When addressing the event, Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan, deputy director of Noi Bai International Airport, highlighted that these unique cultural characteristics will bring significant value to the transport hub and leave a lasting impression on passengers from different countries.

At the same time, the event will also contribute to preserving the country’s intangible cultural heritage and fostering national pride, Ngan pointed out.

There are distinctive check-in points that showcase the cultural highlights of a miniature Hanoi, including the idyllic corner of Phan Dinh Phung street, the ancient Quan Chuong gate, flower baskets, flower bicycles, a pot of hot tea on the winter street corner, images of familiar bamboo baskets in the village, and a photo exhibition of Hanoi.

Moreover, artisans from traditional craft villages will be performing and offering passengers hands-on experiences in making turtles, embroidering paintings, crafting hats, and pottery. There will also be folk music performances taking place from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily.

The cultural week is scheduled to run until November 30.