Without traveling far, visitors can still explore the amazing cultural traits of the total 54 ethnic groups of Vietnam at the Cultural Village of Vietnamese Ethnic Minority Groups in Dong Mo commune, Son Tay district on the outskirts of Hanoi.
The village is the national center of culture, sport and tourism activities, focusing on re-creating, preserving, promoting and exploiting the traditional cultural heritages of Vietnamese ethnic groups.
Floating markets in Vietnam’s south-western region.
Gong dance of Vietnam’s Central Highlands.
Khmer Pagoda, a replica of the K’leang Pagoda in the Mekong Delta region of southern Vietnam, is the notable attraction of the cultural village.
The “common house” symbolizing the brotherhood of Vietnam’s 54 ethnicities.
The ethnic minority village of Muong from Mai Chau, Hoa Binh, with girls who give visitors a smiling and warm welcome to the sound of the gong.
The unique traits of periodic marketplace, which is normally seen in the mountainous regions of Vietnam.
The lyrical landscape emerges with the unique architectural space of the ethnic groups.
Photo: An ninh Thu do