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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.

Water Puppets

Water Puppets

Vietnamese water puppetry has a long history. An inscription on a stone stele in Doi Pagoda, Duy Tien District, Nam Ha Province, relates a water puppet show staged in the year 1121 to mark a birthday of King Ly Nhan Tong in 4036 words.

Releasing pigeons (tha chim)

Releasing pigeons (tha chim)

The Judges consist of the trich ha, who distributes numbers to participants and then call the numbers for the birds' release, and the trich thuong, who observes the arrangement of birds in the sky to determine the winner, a flock of birds flies beautifully when all their heads huddle together. Seen from the ground, they look like an arrow disappearing on the horizon.

Xam song

Xam song

The xam song is one kind of song that was created by the Vietnamese a long time ago, and which is considered a very special performance. People used to walk in a group of two to three or four to five and sing, mainly in residential areas such as a parking lot, a ferry-landing, or a market gate

Lithophone or Dan Da

Lithophone or Dan Da

The lithophone is a set of stone slabs of different sizes and shapes fabricated through an elementary technique. These stones are available in the mountainous areas south of Central Vietnam and east of South Vietnam.

Wedding Ceremony

Wedding Ceremony

Getting married is an important event in a Vietnamese’s life. The procedure of the ancient wedding ceremony was very complicated. Current wedding ceremony procedures include the following steps: the search for a husband or wife, the proposal, the registration, and finally the wedding.

Overview of traditional festivals

Overview of traditional festivals

Festive activities are living museums in which typical cultural values of the nation have been preserved for centuries. Every year in each travel destinations through out Vietnam, an varieties of festival will be celebrated to value and attract travel market

Traditional Musical instruments Introduction

Traditional Musical instruments Introduction

For the Vietnamese, music is considered to be an essential need; therefore, numerous musical instruments and genres intended for various purposes have been developed. Vietnamese people use music to express their innermost feelings, to encourage themselves while working and fighting, to educate their children in good traditions and national sentiment, to communicate with the invisible, and to sublimate their aspirations for a happy life.

Modern Dancing

Modern Dancing

Vietnamese modern dance started developing around 1945. It consists of a combination of materials; some from the folk dance period and others from the new era

Moon - Shaped Lute or Dan Nguyet

Moon - Shaped Lute or Dan Nguyet

According to ancient carvings, the moon-shaped lute appeared in Vietnam in the 11th century. Intended to be played by men, the lute has maintained a very important position in the musical traditions of the Kinh. Therefore, this instrument is widely used in their folk, court, and academic music.

Bamboo Jacks (choi chuyen)

Bamboo Jacks (choi chuyen)

These days, tennis balls are becoming more popular as a substitute. The player tosses the ball into the air. While the ball is in the air, she must quickly pick up the sticks and then catch the ball.