Celebrations of Young Rice Festival by White Thai Ethnic Community
The Kin Lau Khau Mau festival, also known as the young rice festival, is a significant event for the white Thai ethnic community in Muong So commune, Phong Tho district, Lai Chau province. This festival brings people together to pray for good weather and a bountiful harvest. The white Thai people are well-known for their deep-rooted traditions and cultural celebrations, and the Kin Lau Khau Mau festival is one of the highlights of their cultural heritage.
The Map of Vietnam, an exceptional work of art made from more than 115,000 bamboo toothpicks, has been officially recognized by the World Records Union (WorldKings) and awarded a World Record certificate.
The upcoming event will showcase a magnificent fusion of music and light, creating a spectacular spectacle that aims to enhance the reputation of Hue City's iconic landmarks in a unique and innovative manner.
Authorities in south-central Vietnam's Nha Trang City, located in Khanh Hoa Province, have put forward a proposal for a trial initiative to allow swimming and scuba diving at four additional locations within Nha Trang Bay. The aim of this program is to alleviate the issue of overtourism currently experienced at Hon Rom Island.
At the grand 2023 Asian fair (Salon d’Asie 2023) in Lyon, France, a dedicated Vietnamese cultural area was established. The event took place on December 2-3 and aimed to showcase the rich cultural heritage of Vietnam.