'Then' singing signals arrival of Spring for ethnic groups in Bac Giang Videos

'Then' singing signals arrival of Spring for ethnic groups in Bac Giang

“Then” singing is a cultural activity imbued with the belief and art of the Tay and Nung ethnic minority people in Bac Giang province. As it dates back centuries, no one knows exactly when it first came into being. The ancient land of Luc Ngan district in Bac Giang has been preserving this element of the local cultural identity and sing “Then” songs when Spring comes.
Van Hoi lagoon: a sight not to miss Travel

Van Hoi lagoon: a sight not to miss

About 120 km from Hanoi, Van Hoi lagoon in Hien Luong commune, Ha Hoa district, Phu Tho province is described as a miniature of Ha Long Bay in northern midland area where most of the wilderness is still kept intact.
Ethnic ritual reminds people to save water for agriculture Videos

Ethnic ritual reminds people to save water for agriculture

Tay people in Binh Lieu district, Quang Ninh province live a plentiful and culturally-rich life. One of the notable cultural rituals which the Tay people retain till today is a water fetching ceremony that reminds people to save water for agricultural activities.
Ethnic minority people introduce Vietnam’s unique culture Culture - Sports

Ethnic minority people introduce Vietnam’s unique culture

Vietnam is home to 54 ethnic groups, each of which has its own unique cultural identity. At the Culture and Tourism Village for Vietnamese Ethnic Groups, ethnic minority people join State agencies and experts in preserving and introducing their communities’ cultural values to visitors.
Experiencing local life in Lang Son Society

Experiencing local life in Lang Son

When visiting the northern province of Lang Son, Bac Son district’s Quynh Son commune is often the first stop for tourists who wish to experience local life through homestays.
Sa Pa lodge named among world’s most unique Travel

Sa Pa lodge named among world’s most unique

Sa Pa in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai has become increasingly attractive to visitors in recent years, making it important for those who love the pristine beauty of the town to find a place where they can breathe in the fresh air, dive into the green jungle, gaze over the vast paddy fields and experience ethnic culture.