Ha Tien is a district-level town in the Northwest of Kien Giang Province of which the north borders with Cambodia and the West border Gulf of Thailand. Known as the Heaven on land, Ha Tien is home to numerous stunning sceneries that are worth visiting.
Ha Tien is in the tropical monsoon area with the annual average temperature is about 27 degrees Celsius. The rainy season is from May to October. It often comes early and ends later than other areas of the Mekong Delta.
The spot that you cannot miss when visiting Ha Tien is Da Dung Mountain which lies in Vietnamese - Cambodian border. This is a 100-meter high limestone block - a masterpiece that nature has given Ha Tien along with myths and legends.
Mac Cuu Shrine (or Ong Linh temple) is located at the foot of Binh San Mountain with the east facing. The shrine is a complex of a tomb of the Mac family from the foot to the top of the mountain. There are two lotus ponds in front of the temple. In addition to the historical value, the temple also has artistic value due to its harmonious layout and sophisticated sculpture.
For those you're interested in shopping, Ha Tien night market is the ideal place for you. Located on Tran Hau street, this is the busiest commercial center of the town.