Policies supporting rice cultivation and investments in water infrastructures facilitated intensification and diversification of land-use in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta. Although the major changes are acknowledged in the literature, few studies have examined the dynamism of land-use across the delta. Overlaying land-use maps, we identified land-use dynamic by the number of changes observed during the 11-year study period. Land-use was found to be highly variable, changing by 14.94% annually between 2001 and 2012. Rice cropping underwent the greatest change, evolving from single cropping of traditional varieties towards double and triple cropping of highyielding varieties. A clear trend was observable in the upper delta, where large expanses of triple rice cropping, especially within the dyke systems. Changes in land-use were also observed in the central delta and coastal zone, but here the pattern was more fragmented. Meanwhile, aquaculture remained stable after rapid expansion in the early 2000s.