The experience will offer spectators a chance to explore Vietnamese history and culture from a contemporary perspective, with hundreds of performers, an interactive stage, and state-of-the-art technology.
The long wait is over. The much-awaited Paradise Elegance has finally started its first few cruises in world heritage Halong Bay from this month.
The Giant Lantern Festival, one of the most highly welcomed festivals all over the world will take place in Hanoi for 51 days from December 3rd, 2016 to January 22nd, 2017 to inspire Vietnamese and Korean culture.
This wonderful bright yellow building hidden in the small Hanoian street of Chau Long has an interesting story to tell.
As part of the 4th edition of HANIFF (Hanoi International Film Festival), over 550 from 40 different countries around the world will be showcased in the capital from the 1st to the 5th of November.
A huge set of artworks from talented artists all around the country will be exposed from the 15th of September, when the opening ceremony will take place, and will last for not more than 10 days.
Almost every year, Hanoi sets a wonderful craft village in its heart in order for tourists to discover all the different type of traditional arts that Vietnam can offer. Four days starting from the 29th September are just waiting for curious to come by and have a look.
The Vietnamese capital city has more than 1000 years of history of the culture and traditions. Most of the traditional arts practiced are deeply rooted in the country’s past and represent the essence of Vietnamese folklore.
On September 8, this annual event will be kicked off in Vietnam’s capital city. After this awaited start, the 7th edition of the festival will pass by many cities from North to South and finish in Ho Chi Minh.
The annual European-Asian Contemporary Dance Festival is taking place in Hanoi & Ho Chi Minh later this month of September from the 21st until the 27th.
Aiming to become a highlight of the city’s tourism and will serve as an attractive destination for domestic and foreign tourists in the future, Sun Group together with some other investors including the public sector have started building the project to open in 2018.
Once again, Hanoi Creative City organizes its 3rd edition of the “Street Art Fair” called the “Graffiti Festival” especially aim to dazzle everyone’s eyes.
As the mid-Autumn Chinese festival is coming (15th September), the traditional Mooncakes start to pop up everywhere in Vietnam. Even luxury packaging are being sold as some of these baked products are considered real jewels.
Everybody enjoys bringing home something that makes them remember the country they visited, especially from a country like Vietnam. It can be useful items, a gift for a loved one, or simply just for home decor, something that one can be treasured for years to come.
For over more than thousands of years, water puppets have entertained millions of people from the farthest corners of old Vietnam to now the capital city of Hanoi. Originated to express cultural values and usages to the old civilization and serve as an entertainment channel for royalties, the water puppet show has become just a box to tick when visiting the country.