Vinh Phuc

Update news Vinh Phuc

 Tug of war is one of the favourite folk games in Vietnam and it has become an exciting festival in Binh Xuyen District, Vinh Phuc Province that will fascinate any visitor.

Pottery village on the brink of vanishing

VietNamNet Bridge – Huong Canh pottery village in northern Vinh Phuc Province, which was locally famous for their products in the previous century, is nearly at the point of disappearing.

The bizarre house covered by 8,000 ancient dishes

For over 20 years in Vinh Tuong, a farmer has traveled along the Red River to collect antiques. No money to buy a glass cabinet to display the antiques, he attached them to the walls of his house, turning it into a unique masterpiece.

Xuan Son National Park becoming tourist hotspot

VietNamNet Bridge – Xuan Son National Park in Tan Son District of the northern midland province of Phu Tho is receiving investment to make it a tourist hotspot and help drive the locality’s socio-economic growth.

Bear rescue centre saved from closure

 VietNamNet Bridge – Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung ordered that the Tam Dao Bear Rescue Centre remain open, ending a months-long controversy that generated international exposure.

3,500 year old human remains found in Vinh Phuc

Archaeologists have found a tomb containing the remains of a man who was believed to live in the period of Phung Nguyen culture about 3,500 years ago, at the Dong Dau relic site in the northern province of Vinh Phuc.