Vietnam is known as the second rice producer in the world, where it is said to be a paradise of rice fields extending to the horizon. When going on there, you may be amazing at the rice fields locating many situations from North to South with various height: the rice paddy field in low land […]

How many times have you visited Vietnam? Are you confident you know this place well? Vietnam has Halong Bay as a World Heritage site, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh as modern cities, Nha Trang and Phu Quoc as beautiful turquoise beaches…That’s right! But do you know that Vietnam has 54 ethnic minorities? They live in […]

In 2009, Tru singing (Ca Trù) was added to the UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in Need of Safeguarding due to its huge role in forming the Vietnamese culture values. Tru singing is one of the most unique and complex genre of folk music in Northern Vietnam according to it’s form, lyrics, […]

Quan ho Bac Ninh folk music is a part of Vietnam’s cultural heritage and quintessence has been recognized by the international community in 2009. Quan ho folk music is well-known in Northern Vietnam including 2 provinces: Bac Ninh and Bac Giang. The songs are performed as alternating verses between couples of men and women. Since […]

Sapa, a district of North West Vietnam, 350km far from Hanoi capital, is famous for terraced fields at the foot of magnificent Fansipan mountain. Terraced fields in Sa Pa was honored as one of the most magnificent terraced fields in the world. They have existed for hundreds of years, were created by many generations of […]

After Vietnamese Lunar New Year, the initial spirit of spring is urging beautiful ethnic women and girls to put on colorfully unique clothes and attend traditional fairs around Northwest mountain area. Oops! You will definitely steal any girl’s heart away if you dance with her in her truly tribal dance. How on earth you can […]

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