The cultural activities will involve the participation of over 100 non-professional artists and individuals representing 14 ethnic groups from 12 provinces and cities across the country, including Thai Nguyen, Hanoi, Ha Giang, Son La, Hoa Binh, Nghe An, Thua Thien – Hue, Gia Lai, Kon Tum, Ninh Thuan, Dak Lak, and Soc Trang.

Songs and dances celebrating the beauty of nature, culture, and people of the Central Highlands will be showcased at the National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in March. Photo:

The event, themed “The Spring in the Muong Village,” will feature an artistic show of traditional Muong ethnic dances and songs. Additionally, there will be an ethnic gastronomic demonstration showcasing dishes made from Ban Flowers (Bauhinia), as well as a photo exhibition highlighting the beauty of Thai ethnic girls with Ban flowers.

Visitors to the “Our Homeland’s Islands” exhibition will have the opportunity to view photos, documentary films, and artifacts related to Vietnam’s seas and islands, with a particular focus on the Truong Sa and Hoang Sa (Paracel & Spratly) islands. The music show titled “Love Songs from the Sea” will delve into the lives of marines, their bravery, and their dedication to protecting Vietnam’s territorial waters.

Furthermore, on weekends, a cultural event called “The Central Highlands in March – I’m the P’lang flower” will take place, featuring songs and dances that celebrate the beauty of nature, culture, and people of the Central Highlands.

In addition to these activities, the weekdays and weekends will also offer spring festivals, homestay travel programs, culinary experiences, and folk games, all aimed at introducing the diverse cultures and customs of Vietnam’s 54 ethnic groups.

These cultural activities serve as a platform for promoting cultural exchange among ethnic groups in Vietnam and attracting more tourists to the National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism.