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  • Costumes

    Images of graceful girls in national charming long dress impressed you? Vietnam not only has ao dai but also other dresses you ever want to find out like ao yem, ao tu than and more.

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  • Vietnamese Gastronomy

    Vietnamese cuisine is extremely diverse, often divided into three main categories, each pertaining to Vietnam's three main regions (north, central and south). It is mainly based on rice, soy sauce, and fish sauce. Its characteristic flavor is sweet (sugar), spicy (Serrano peppers), and flavored by a variety of mints.

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  • Fine-arts and handicraft
    Since the 1950s, installation and performance are two branches of contemporary art that have become important facets of mainstream art. Vietnam’s modern artists, forever innovators, are at the forefront of expanding installation and performance art into new realms.
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  • Customs and Habits

    Vietnamese customs describe habitual practices through life line of Vietnamese people such as: Pregnancy and birth customs, Vietnamese wedding customs...

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  • Language and Literature
    About 60 percent of modern Vietnamese words are of Chinese origin. Many basic words, like geographical terms, were adopted from mono tonal Mon-Khmer languages, while tonality came from Tai. Parallel and deeply interacting with other cultural aspects, the Vietnamese literature came into being at an early date, including two major components - oral literature and written literature.
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  • Festivals
    We cover national traditional festivals such as Vietnamese New Year, Tet Trung Thu... and also festivals which express the Vietnamese local traditions and Vietnamese Culture.
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  • Festival - Folk games
    The festival-folk games have an important role with the local people especial with the children. During the festivals and depending on their core...
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  • Flowers and Fruits
    Flowers and ornamental plants are playing an important role in daily life when the standard of living becomes higher and higher. Both domestic and foreign markets are large and promising. Therefore, most of these products are valuable and also help the agriculture of Vietnam to accelerate in the cores of restructuring.
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  • Architecture
    Before the French invasion, Chinese architectural styles were copied with traditional Vietnamese buildings (temples or official buildings) being composed of wood, usually with elaborate carvings, and tile roofs. The floors consist of either packed earth or tile.
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  • Liturgy
    The Vietnamese spirit life is very colorful and makes the local life becoming more and more interesting. There are many rituals and they are different between each minorities. Discover Vietnam can not be lack the liturgy.
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  • Vietnam's world heritage
    Out of the world cultural heritage sites recognized by UNESCO, Vietnam possesses three sites (including the old imperial city of Hue, My Son Sanctuary and the ancient town of Hoi An), two natural heritage sites (Ha Long Bay and Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park), a heritage site with geomorphologic, geological, cultural and historical values and two intangible heritages (Hue royal court music and the space of Tay Nguyen (The Central Highlands) gong culture).
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  • Markets
    The markets in Vietnam are very popular with the local people. There are countryside market, highland market and floating market. All of them have special characteristics and very attract tourists.
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  • The drinks in Vietnam
    Several foreign beers are brewed under licence in Vietnam, but good local brews include 333 (Ba Ba Ba) and Bivina. Bia hoi ("fresh" or draught beer) is served warm from the keg and then poured over ice. Its quality varies, but it's unadulterated with chemicals. Bia hoi has a 24-hour shelf life, which means the better places sell out by early evening. There are dozens of bia hoi outlets in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, ranging from a few ankle-high stools gathered round a barrel on the pavement to beer gardens; most offer snacks of some sort. The stronger, pricier bia tuoi comes in a light or dark brew and is served from pressurized barrels. The most common local wine is rice alcohol ; the ethnic minorities drink stem alcohol (ruou can).
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