It is noted for its coasting market, rice paper-production town, and beautiful rustic canals. It had a populace of 1.2 million starting 2011, and is situated on the south bank of the Hau River, a distributary of the Mekong stream. In 2007, around 50 individuals passed on when the Cần Thơ Bridge given way, bringing about Vietnam’s most exceedingly awful designing disaster. In 2011, Can Tho International Airport opened.
The city is nicknamed the “western capital” (Tây Đô), and is found 169 kilometers (105 miles) from Ho Chi Minh City. Cần Thơ’s atmosphere is tropical and monsoonal with two seasons: blustery, from May to November; and dry, from December to April. Normal yearly mugginess is 83%, precipitation 1,635 mm (64 in) and temperature 27 °C (81 °F).