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Hanoi’s snake village recognized as a city-level tourist destination

Four newly recognized tourist destinations in Hanoi can help enrich the capital's tourism offer.

Preserving ancient village values in modern life

Cựu is a 500-year-old ancient village located about 40km from the city centre.

Cassava cake: an enjoyable specialty of Hanoi's ancient village

Duong Lam, 44km west of Hanoi, is not only well known as an ancient village attracting many locals and foreign visitors every day but is also famous for its cassava cake that is so tasty guests never forget it.

Daily life in the 500-year-old village

Phuoc Tich ancient village is located in Phong Dien District, Thua Thien Hue Province, about 30 kilometers north of downtown Hue City.

A visit to Vietnam’s 7,000-year-old fishing village

Considered the oldest fishing village in Vietnam, Cai Beo, in the Cat Ba archipelago, on Cat Hai island near Hai Phong city attracts tourists with its beautiful scenery, cultural values and diverse, fresh seafood.

Dich Diep Trang millennium-old village in northern Vietnam

Dich Diep, an ancient village in Truc Chinh commune of Truc Ninh district, the Red River Delta province of Nam Dinh, is a mirror of the traditional culture of Vietnam.

Untold story of an ancient village in the heart of Hanoi

Located in the west of the capital, Trich Sai Village has always been famous for being an ancient village with a deep-rooted culture.

Hanoi’s ancient village in the eyes of a foreigner

Through many ups and downs, Dong Ngac Ancient Village has managed to retain its vestiges, demonstrating rich cultural heritage and traditional fondness for learning of the capital city.

Exploring the ancient village of Duong Lam on weekends

Behind the gate of Mong Phu Village, Duong Lam Village is idyllic and familiar but has a strong attraction.

Ancient culture preserved in Phuoc Loc Tho Village

The village has 22 old wooden houses dating from 80 to 150 years old, restored by talented sculptors, bringing the images of the cultures of three regions of Vietnam.

Thuy Khue – the street of village gates in Hanoi

Wandering around the hustling and bustling streets in Hanoi, visitors will be surprised by ancient and mossy village gates, beside modern buildings. The traditional cultural features are preserved within the village gates.

Serene ambience of Duong Lam historic village attracts visitors

Many people are moved by the vision of Duong Lam's historic village, with its banyan trees, wells and common yards, evoking memories of their youth.

Northern Vietnam, a charming beauty

 VietNamNet Bridge – Terraced rice fields in Yen Bai, tea hills in Thai Nguyen, rocky islands offshore Quang Ninh and ancient villages are typical images of northern Vietnam.

Tug of war game in Ngoc Tri Village, Long Bien District of Hanoi

 VietNamNet Bridge – Located along banks of the Red river, ancient villages in Long Bien still maintain their traditional rituals and games.

Travel company builds Red River tourism as special treat for tourists

 VietNamNet Bridge – Hanoi’s Thang Long GTC One Member Public Limited Company - the only supplier of tourist services on the Hong (Red) River - aims to make the river a special destination for domestic and foreign vacationers,

Hanoi ancient villages preserved through gates

 VietNamNet Bridge – Along the bank of Hanoi’s Nhue River are many villages that still preserve the typical architecture of the countryside of many years ago, particularly old gates.

Five ancient villages in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge - The below ancient villages have an ancient and romantic beauty and they have become the destinations of many tourists.

Even downpours can't dampen spirits on Red River boat tour

 VietNamNet Bridge – Though rain bucketed down last Saturday, the dry board and smiling faces of those joining the cruise made for a great start to our tour along the Hong (Red) River in Ha Noi.