People in Thach Xa Commune, Thach That District, Hanoi have made lively dragonflies from bamboo, which resemble almost exactly the real thing, diversifying the treasure of folk toys of Vietnamese people. An outstanding feature of the bamboo dragonfly is that from the pointed beak on its head it can balance on a spot as small as the end of a finger, the corner of a table, a branch, etc.
|Can Tho Watery Area
Visitors to Can Tho will never forget the bustling life of the people living in the poetic and populous water area of the Cuu Long River Delta. This area has the attractive tourist site of Phu Sa and many delicious dishes.
|Chilling at the conical hat market
Early one morning, some friends and I went to the hat market in Chuong Village about 30 kilometers from the center of Hanoi.
|Cong Thanh Mat-making Village
Cong Thanh Village in Tam Quan Bac Commune, Hoai Nhon District of Binh Dinh Province is located amidst a forest of luxuriantly green coconut trees. The soil for cultivation is affected by alkalinity, so only sedge plants are suited to grow there. For years, the local people, old and young, have earned their living by growing sedge plants and weaving flowery mats.
|Cow Market in the Upland Meo Vac
Meo Vac cow market in Ha Giang Province is held every Sunday. It is the only one of its kind in the entire northern mountainous region of Vietnam. The market is not only for buying cows by the locals living in the karst plateau, it is also a time for the Mong ethnic people to get together.
|Experience the Highlands at Lak Lake
About 50 kilometers from Buon Ma Thuot City in the central highland province of Daklak, Lak Lake is an ecotourism site with a special highlands flavor.
|Tho Ha Village’s Festival
Tho Ha Village in Van Ha Commune, Viet Yen District, Bac Giang Province, about 50km northeast of Hanoi, is considered the “sacred land”. Here, there are many typical village cultural examples of the North with communal houses, temples, pagodas and festivals.
|Untouched Ba Lua Archipelago
Ba Lua Archipelago, also called Binh Tri Archipelago, off Kien Giang Province is a group of 45 islands that are unspoiled by tourism.