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.
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.
One of Dong Van town’s most popular tourist attractions, the more than 100-year-old Thien Huong historic village in Ha Giang province, draws people from all over the world.
It would be great regret if visitors to Duong Lam Village in Son Tay Town, Hanoi skip the local crunchy roasted pork which is a renowned dish of this village.
Ngai Thau Thuong, a small village of Bat Xat district, the northern Lao Cai province, is located at 2,300m above the sea level on the cloudy Ma Cha Va peak, and is the highest village in Vietnam.
Nestling just 20km from Hanoi to the southwest, Cu Da Village is a unique cultural space with many ancient houses that are still well-preserved with their original architecture intact.
Located about 40 kilometres from the centre of Hanoi, Cuu ancient village is distinguished for its peaceful atmosphere and unique architecture.
Located by the side of the Nhue River, Cu Da Village in Cu Khe Commune, Thanh Oai District in Hanoi still retains the typical identities of an ancient Vietnamese village.
Cu Da vermicelli village in Hanoi is famous for both ancient French-style houses and a long tradition of making vermicelli.