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Vietnam Culture

Vietnam Language and Literature

Vietnam Language and Literature

Ethnic minority literatare


Most ethnic minority literature remains oral in nature, although a number of collections have been published over the years.
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Vietnam Markets

Vietnam Markets

Da Lat Market

In the morning, the Dalat market -a harmonious architectural work -gathers people of all ethnic origin, wearing multicolor traditional costumes, and coming from surrounding villages.Dalat abounds in fresh vegetables and fruits, which are piled up like mountains. One of the most appreciated of them are avocadoes which are rich in lipids, and strawberries which are much bigger and more fragrant than mulberries.
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Vietnam Holidays and Festivals

Vietnam Holidays and Festivals

Vietnam has a huge number of festivals. Listing all of them under one group is not possible. Many festivals (in different areas) are the same as other festivals in other areas, but are known by different names and/or are celebrated at different times. Below you will find some of the more important ones.
Festivals are good places to learn about various crafts and customs of the area in which they are held.
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Vietnam Handicraft Villages

Vietnam Handicraft Villages

Bat trang ceramics village
Location: Bat Trang Pottery Village is located in the south east of Hanoi, passing Chuong Duong Bridge turns right and go about 10km along the dike of Red River. Bat Trang belongs to Bat Trang Commune, Gia LamDistrict, Hanoi. Characteristic: This is a pottery village with a half-millenary historic development
Some decades recently, the vitality of this village is still blown up by the thousands of pottery-kiln on fire day and night .
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Vietnam Food and Drink

Vietnam Food - Vietnam Drink

Vietnamese Tea

The Vietnamese are in love with this thing called tea. They drink it everywhere and at any time: at formal meetings, after meals, at weddings and funerals. They place it on altars as an offering to their ancestors.But tea drinking is not a recent trend in Viet Nam. It has an ancient history, though it remains as important to the Vietnamese today as it was in the past.



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Vietnam Flower and Fruit

Vietnam Flower - Vietnam Fruit


Yellow Apricot Flower (Hoa Mai) If the peach flower is the symbol of Tet in the north, then the yellow apricot flower is its counterpart in the South. The yellow apricot flower belongs to the family of hoang mai (meaning “yellow apricot” in Chinese), which is a forest plant.The trunk and sprigs of the yellow apricot flower are suppler than those of the peach plant. The flowers grow in bunches and have stalks that hang loosely near the branches at the side of the leaves. The flowers are yellow and their scent is modestly secretive. The leaves of the yellow apricot flower fall in the winter.
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Vietnam Costumes

Vietnam Costumes

Ao Dai
A lasting impression for any visitor to Vietnam is the beauty of Vietnamese women dressed in their Ao Dais. These long flowing dresses worn over loose-fitting trousers are considered to be the national dress of Vietnamese women.

 

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Vietnam Costume

Vietnam Costume

For formal ceremonies men would have two additional items, a long gown with slits on either side, and a turban, usually in black or brown made of cotton or silk. In feudal times, there were strict dress codes. Ordinary people were not allowed to wear clothes with dyes other than black, brown or white. Costumes in yellow were reserved for the King. Those in purple and red were reserved for high ranking court officials, while dresses in blue were exclusively worn by petty court officials. Men's dress has gradually changed along with social development.

The traditional set of a long gown and turban gave way to more modern looking suits, while business shirts and trousers have replaced traditional long sleeved shirts and wide trousers.

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Vietnam Markets

Vietnam Markets

Da Lat Market

In the morning, the Dalat market -a harmonious architectural work -gathers people of all ethnic origin, wearing multicolor traditional costumes, and coming from surrounding villages.Dalat abounds in fresh vegetables and fruits, which are piled up like mountains.

 

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Vietnam Customs and Habits


Vietnam Customs and Habits


Worship of Ancestor Custom

very popular belief among Vietnamese is the custom of the ancestor cult. In every household, an ancestor altar is installed in the most solemn location.Vietnamese believe that the soul of a dead person, even if dead for many generations, still rests along with their descendants on earth. The dead and living persons still have spiritual communion; in everyday life, people must not forget that what they enjoy and how they feel is the same for their dead relatives.

 

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Vietnam Food

Vietnam Food & Drink (Vietnam culinary tours)

Vietnamese Tea

The Vietnamese are in love with this thing called tea. They drink it everywhere and at any time: at formal meetings, after meals, at weddings and funerals. They place it on altars as an offering to their ancestors. But tea drinking is not a recent trend in Viet Nam. It has an ancient history, though it remains as important to the Vietnamese today as it was in the past.

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Vietnam Art Performance

Vietnam Art

Hue music and song

Chamber music originated from royal music at the beginning of the 19th century in the Nguyen Dynasty. It was well developed by the time of King Tu Duc. By the end of the 19th century, it was popularized and ditties were added along with other folk songs of the Binh Tri Thien people. With this foundation, the music and songs of Hue are a combination of folk and royal music.

 

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Vietnam Architecture

Vietnam Architecture
Ruong house

Hue has long been Vietnams centre of wooden architecture and many of the buildings here, royal palaces included, are Ruong style. A typical Ruong house is noble vet cosy, hinting of the imperial finesse that oncedominated this city. Each one is made up of compartments (which are separated by rows of columns) and side-wings (which are separated from the compartments using wooden dividers).

 

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When To Travel To Vietnam

Good time to Travel in Vietnam is from September to June. However, Vietnam has three different regions – the North, the Central and the South – each with different weather patterns and different rainy seasons. This means that there is neither a best time nor a worst time to visit Vietnam. Hot summer or Cold winter is not that a big deal. Nice beaches such as Halong bay, Hoi An, Nha Trang, Mui Ne - Phan Thiet or Phu Quoc Island are always available; Sapa and Dalat highlands offer great places for cool temperature. You can find your favourite kind of weather all year round for your next Vietnam Tours!

 

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