traditional crafts

Update news traditional crafts

There are various traditional crafts in need of preservation, such as the Van Lam embroidery in Ninh Binh Province, Bat Trang pottery in Ha Noi, and basketry of the Ro Ngao ethnic group in the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum.

Fashion brand utilises traditional materials

Established in 2018 by 28-year-old Vu Thi Thanh Van, theMay is her start-up project inspired from the Cham ethnic group’s traditional crafts of brocade weaving in My Nghiep Village and pottery in Bau Truc Village in Ninh Thuan Province.

Awakening tourism in heritage village and traditional crafts

Traditional villages possess many cultural values and great potential for tourism development; however, their ways of thinking and creative methods need to be innovated to awaken this potential.

Hue Kite Festival 2019 flies high on opening day

The Hue Kite Festival 2019 officially began in Tu Tuong park on the morning of June 8 featuring a wide range of activities to honour the traditions of kite making.

Hue’s headwear showcases local charm

 VietNamNet Bridge – Conical hats produced in the central Thua Thien-Hue Province, which includes the historic Hue City, are similar to those made in other regions in the country. 

Last blacksmith in Hanoi’s Old Quarter

 VietNamNet Bridge – Hanoi’s Old Quarter has long been famous for its architecture and traditional crafts, many of which have been lost to rapid urbanization.

Dak Lak Museum of Ethnology

 VietNamNet Bridge – Dak Lak Museum of Ethnology is a place that should not be missed if you visit the Central Highlands.

Cham minority villages woo tourists

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ali Dal, deputy chief priest of Eh San mosque, in the southern province of An Giang's An Phu District, is a happy man today.

Hoi An's full moon festival recommended for tourists

 VietNamNet Bridge – Hoi An in central Viet Nam has been recommended by the world-known travel guide Rough Guides as one of the destinations that offer the most interesting night activities.

Carpenter owns “museum” of old homes

 VietNamNet Bridge – A man in central Quang Nam Province has spent the last 20 years collecting and preserving old and unique houses from across the country, gathering them on his land.  

HCMC Museum displays 300 valued artifacts

VietNamNet Bridge – More than 300 antiques selected from 45,600 artifacts of 133 collections of HCMC Museum are being displayed at the museum in ‘Artifacts from collections of HCMC Museum’ to mark the 35th birthday of the museum.

Mong village becomes latest tourist destination in Sa Pa

VietNamNet Bridge – Travellers who love to discover the beauty of the northwestern mountains now have a new must-see destination when coming to the mountain resort town of Sa Pa, Lao Cai Province,