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Vietnam Culture is typical and special in Asia. Vietnam has hundreds of Legend stories, Hundred of Traditional Villages, thousand historical Traditional life.

Funeral Ceremony

Funeral Ceremony

“The sense of the dead is that of the final, ” says a Vietnamese proverb, meaning that funeral ceremonies must be solemnly organized.

Hat Van

Hat Van

Hat van or hat chau van, a traditional folk art which combines singing and dancing, is a religious form of art used for extolling the merits of beneficent deities or deified national heroes. Its music and poetry are mingled with a variety of rhythms, pauses, tempos, stresses and pitches.

Tuong Folk song vietnam

Tuong Folk song vietnam

Kite flying is popular throughout the year in Viet Nam but especially so in summer. People of different ages make kites of many shapes, sizes and materials.

Classical Opera or Tuong

Classical Opera or Tuong

Tuong, also called hat boi in the south, is a stage performance that came about during the Ly-Tran dynasties and that became very popular nationwide during the following centuries.

Rice cooking competitions (thi thoi com)

Rice cooking competitions (thi thoi com)

During Tet, a number of villages in northern and central Vietnam hold cooking contests that may sound simple, but follow strict and complex rules: Cooking in the wind and rain. Tu Trong Village, Thanh Hoa Province has a temple dedicated to the 11th century warrior Le Phung Hieu.

Ly Folk Song or Ly Nam Bo

Ly Folk Song or Ly Nam Bo

The ly song is one of the special folk songs of the Vietnamese people. It is sung in the northern, central and southern regions of Vietnam.

Rija Festival Music

Rija Festival Music

Rija is a term used by the Cham to designate numerous festivals related to agriculture and clans (for instance, Rija Prong, Rija Nagar or Rija Yaup, etc.). Vietnam culture | Vietnam tours with Rija Festival Music | Lvptravel

Traditional Wedding Music of the Khmer

Traditional Wedding Music of the Khmer

It is impossible to be without this kind of traditional music at a Khmer wedding reception in the South of Vietnam.Though there has been much change in the wedding customs of the Khmer, traditional wedding music has been well preserved by its people. Researchers have collected some ten ceremonial songs and folk songs which used to be sung at wedding receptions. 

The Game of the Dragon - Snake (rong ran)

The Game of the Dragon - Snake (rong ran)

A large group plays the children's game rong ran (dragon-snake). In One person sits on a small hill or some location above the other players; he or she acts as the doctor. The other children stand in a line, holding each other's belts to form the body of the dragon-snake.

The game of squares (O an quan)

The game of squares (O an quan)

Either boys or girls, usually age’s seven to ten, play the two-person game of O an quan (literally "Mandarin's Box"). They draw a rectangle on the ground and divide it into ten small squares called "rice fields" or "fish ponds.