Some representative villages in Viet Nam

  • Van Phuc Silk Village

    Van Phuc Silk Village

    As the silk weaving village of silk remotely famous is the ancient Nhue river of Ha Dong town. Silk textile industry from the distant past of Vietnam .From 15 centuries, silk Vietnam leg of the merchant vessel to go to the visitors in nearly four remote communities. Silk textile industry in Vietnam is in many places, but can not say no to Van Phuc - an area the silk weaving craft long and celebrated in Vietnam. “You come to Van Phuc with me Silk clothing you wear elegant.” Go...
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  • Dong Ho Painting Village

    Dong Ho Painting Village

    Lying close to the Duong River, about 40 km East of Hanoi, is Dong Ho village.Formerly known as Dong Mai (or simply Mai) village, Ho canton, Sieu Loai district, Kinh Bac county (now SongHo village, Thuan Thanh district, Ha Bac province) , Dong Ho has a long-standing art tradition. Of the ancient river-side village , there remain only stone stelae lying where once stood the village pagoda. Erected under the Mac dynasty (16th century) , they give us an approximate age of Dong Ho. One of the...
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  • Bat Trang Ceramic village

    Bat Trang Ceramic village

    Bát Tràng, a small village in the north of Việt Nam, is about 13 kilometers southeast of Hà Nội center, on the other side of the Red River. The village is famous for ceramic and pottery products of high quality. If you have known about Việt Nam, you may not be surprised that Bát Tràng’s vases, bowls, dishes, and many other kinds of ceramic products have been exported worldwide. Bát Tràng Village is said to be established in the...
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  • Duong Lam Ancient Village

    Duong Lam Ancient Village

    Duong Lam Ancient Village has a history of about 1,200 years with many houses dating back up to 400 years. It is the only place in Vietnam where two kings came from. Phung Hung (761-802) and Ngo Quyen (808-944), who were born and grew up in the village, led the resistance to and had victories over China's Sung and Southern Han troops to recover national independence. They both became kings. After they died, temples were erected to worship them. Because Duong Lam Ancient Village is of...
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  • Cua Van Fishing Village

    Cua Van Fishing Village

    Van Gia – Cua Van is situated at Hung Thang Commune, Halong City, 20km away from the tourist boat wharf, the fishing village lies in a calm bay surrounded by mountain. Cua Van Village has a population of 733 in 176 households. They mainly earn their livelihood by fishing. There are 4 fishing villages in the World Heritage site: Ba Hang, Cua Van, Vong Vieng and Cap La with a total of 287 households and 1,283 people of which Cua Van is the largest. This is a habitat that has maintained...
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  • Cat Cat Village

    Cat Cat Village

    Cat cat village was founded since the 19th century and about 2km away from the centre of SaPa town. People are mainly Mong minority and often build houses spaced out dozens meters apart by mountain sides. They grow rice in terrace fields and maize on the mountain according to the handicraft cultivation method. At present, Cat Cat village is preserving its old architectural monuments such as Pomu timber plank- roofed triple- room houses and many traditional handicrafts such as growing cotton...
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  • Ta Van village

    Ta Van village

    Ta Van is a small village set within a picturesque valley of Muong Hoa . A night stay here will give you a close-up experience of the life-style and culture typical of the area. Convenient to the town center, this popular day trip from Sapa is a good chance to traipse around the rice terraces and experience a bit of rural village life. Hire a car or motorbike for the 9km (5 1/2-mile) road down the valley from Sapa to the Hmong village of Lao Chai (some folks even walk it); it's a nice...
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