Northwest with Hoang Lien Son Moutnain Range is considered the roof of Southeast Asia in general and Vietnam in particular which attracts visitors with spectacular landscapes such as mountains, rice terraces, rivers, streams, waterfalls, tea plantation, etc.
The area shares border with Laos and China, and each of the provinces offers travelers different sceneries and cultures. That’s the reason why Vietnam Northwest tour is a perfect option for those who love discovering nature with remote hill tribe villages, unique culture and lifestyle
Besides great beauty blessed by Mother Nature, Northwest is also home of many ethnic minorities who are in elaborate costumes.
For hundreds of years, they created a diverse culture that plays an important role in Vietnamese culture. Even being one of the disadvantageous regions in Vietnam due to its geography and weather, Northwest region is more and more alluring to tourists as it brings something mysterious that appeal curiosity.
The Nam Hong Museum, located in the province of Bac Ninh, has been selected to safeguard and exhibit the Nguyen Dynasty's invaluable gold imperial seal. This extraordinary Vietnamese antiquity, which was stolen and taken overseas, has been returned to the country and entrusted to the museum for preservation and public viewing.
Hanoi Night - Touching Point of Emotions introduces the 3D mapping light show at O Quan Chuong, a captivating tourism experience that showcases the charm of Hanoi. This unique spectacle takes visitors on a mesmerizing journey through the city's history and culture, using cutting-edge technology and artistic storytelling. Witness the vibrant colors and intricate projections that bring the walls of O Quan Chuong to life, creating a visual feast that evokes a range of emotions. Immerse yourself in the beauty and wonder of Hanoi's past and present, as this innovative light show transports you to another world. Prepare to be amazed and moved by the enchanting display of light and artistry at the 3D mapping light show in O Quan Chuong.
A Vietnam-Korea cultural and educational exchange program was held on November 26 at Tran Phu High School, in collaboration with the Korean Education Center in Hanoi and Hai Phong City's Department of Foreign Affairs.