Cai Be is a district located in the west of Tien Giang province, known for Cai Be floating market characterizes for Western culture. Cai Be is the northern shore of the My Thuan Bridge, the gateway to the city of Vinh Long and the entire Mekong River Delta. In the past, Cai Be is the administrative center of Long Ho Palace. Cai Be market was founded in 1732, also known as Long Ho market, now is the town of Cai Be. During the invasion of French colonialists, people here heroically fought against the enemies. But until 1975, along with other provinces, people of Cai Be were immersed in freedom and peace. Agricultural is the primary economy of this district with the main occupation is rice and fruit trees. For many years, rice production and farm produce of Cai have been always in the top of the country. Other economic sectors are also important, especially tourism. Domestic and foreign tourists are attracted by the prosperous beauty of this water region.