The group of activities and events includes learning about national culture, art programmes, organising cooking contests for ethnic dishes such as lam rice and grilled meat, a gong contest, traditional folk games, and displaying books, documents and photos on the homeland’s sea and islands.
Ruou can (wine drunk from a jar through pipes) introduced at the Ba Na ethnic people village.
The programme has attracted the participation of more than 100 people of 16 ethnic groups from 12 provinces and cities across the country, including Tay, Nung, Dao, Mong, Thai, Muong, O Du, Kho Mu, Ta Oi, Co Tu, Ba Na, Xo Dang, Gia Rai, RagLai, Ede, and Khmer.
One of the remarkable activities is the folk-dance programme "March of the Central Highlands" with performances on welcoming the national spring, praising the natural beauty, culture and people of the Central Highlands when March comes.
Performing of the ethnic minority groups from the Central Highlands region.
In addition, the Ede, Xo Dang, Co Tu, Ta Oi, and Ba Na people also introduced details about coffee trees, coffee flowers, and coffee roasting techniques, enjoying cups of quality Central Highlands coffee together with visitors.
Activities in March contribute to promoting the introduction of landscapes, living spaces, cultural features, and customs of ethnic minorities.
Through the activities, the programme aims to contribute to strengthening exchanges between ethnic groups and attracting tourists to the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism, thus ensuring the return to a “new normal” state with the dual goal of fighting against COVID-19 and attracting tourists under the programme "Vietnamese travel Vietnam".