Kim Bong Village

Update news Kim Bong Village

 VietNamNet Bridge – Quang Nam Province officially debuted a new eco-tour site in Triem Tay Village during the on-going Quang Nam Heritage Festival.

Hoi An lists intangible heritages

The ancient city of Hoi An will apply to list its annual mid autumn festival and the traditional pottery craft of Thanh Ha Village as National intangible heritages.

The carpentry craft of Kim Bong Village

The picture that comes to mind when thinking of Hoi An is of magical multi-coloured lanterns lighting up  the meandering Hoai River, the town’s signature yellow-painted old houses or the little charming cafés

Hoi An craftsman turns roots into souvenirs

 VietNamNet Bridge – Bamboo roots used to be burned as firewood in rural areas of Viet Nam, since farmers only used trunks of bamboo trees for handcrafts or the building of houses.

Kim Bong carpentry village to become a tourist attraction

 VietNamNet Bridge – Craftsman Huynh Ri, 74, from Kim Bong Village in ancient Hoi An Town, still makes wooden carvings, but his age limits his output.

Restored historic houses to be journey back in time for tourists

 VietNamNet Bridge – Le Van Vinh used pieces of shells from 3 million coconuts to make roofs for three houses in central Quang Nam Province's Dien Ban District.