If you've got a sweet tooth then the photos on this page (exclusing the snake) will have you salivating. The Vietnamese sweets are surprisingly good. The factory we visited did a brisk trade with the tourists. One of the things that surprised me about the Mekong Delta tour was that all of the site visits we did were very good. The little factories are quite interesting as you will see from other examples further on.

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We went to a Confectionery factory where they make rice paper and sweets. Making rice paper for spring rolls. The rice paper is very fine. Bottles of snake wine. Care for a drink ?? Tour leader gives a talk about the multiple uses for a coconut. Confectionery factory. Lots of sweets on sale - very tempting. Thin slices of sweet tapioca. Making tapioca confectionery. Making confectionery. It's all in the movement of the wrists. The end product perfectly cooked. Raw materials. Packing confectionery. Large slabs are sliced into smaller servings. White sugar is the main ingredient. Turning sugar into sweets.
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