The activities are aimed at creating a jubilant atmosphere to welcome the new year 2021.
A contemporary dance performance by choreographer Vu Ngoc Khai will premiere in Ha Noi on December 6.
A wide variety of attractive activities will be held at the Ly Thai To flower park, the pedestrian space around Hoan Kiem Lake and its surroundings in the capital city of Hanoi from October 23-25, promoting the culture and tourism of the north-western mountainous province of Son La.
Dragon Dance Festival has become a traditional cultural event in Hanoi and attracts thousands of residents and tourists
Viet Nam’s first theatrical work made up of circus and cai luong (reformed arts) – Cay Gay Than (The Magic Stick) – has recently been launched in Ha Noi.
Vietnamese carriers have almost completely recovered their domestic flights, gradually re-opened as well as increased flights frequency on routes connecting Hanoi and Vinh, Quy Nhon, Da Nang, Tuy Hoa, Nha Trang, Da Lat, Pleiku and on the Ho Chi Minh City- Da Nang route.
Developing craft village-based tourism has been eyed as a direction for boosting socio-economic factors in many localities in the Red River Delta. However, such a model has not yet been well implemented, requiring a new approach in building a sound model which can preserve and promote the cultural values of traditional villages while facilitating tourism growth.
With a fresh and cool climate, beautiful scenery, many locations in Ha Noi have become the ideal cool green destinations for nature lovers or avoid the heat during sunny summer days.
A series of activities will be organised at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in the Dong Mo tourism area of Son Tay Town, Hanoi, throughout September in celebration of the 75th anniversary of National Day (September 2, 1945 -2020).
Photos of the architecture of traditional Vietnamese villages are being displayed at an exhibition in Hanoi hosted by the Monument Conservation Institute. The exhibition, entitled “Architecture of Vietnamese Traditional Villages”, introduces six old villages in northern and central regions.