(TITC) - Royal Literature on Hue Royal Architecture consists of the system of verses and characters in Han scripts carved, inlaid, encrusted, enamelled or covered in alto-relievo with plaster, porcelain and terra-cotta on Hue royal architecture relics under Nguyen Dynasty (1802 – 1945). This is documentary heritage item reflecting the thoughts of Nguyen Dynasty’s kings on history, national independence, culture, and country governance.
This is a popular traditional food in the Mekong Delta City of Can Tho. The cake is called Cong cake because the tool used to make this cake looks like a tube.
Those who wish to experience a slow pace of life should head to Hoang Thu Pho Commune in Bac Ha District in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai.
(TITC) - Located on the foot of Dau Rong (Dragon Head) Mountain in Area 3, Cao Phong Town, Cao Phong District, Hoa Binh Province, about 10km south of Hoa Binh City, Bong Lai Temple worships Co Doi Thuong Ngan – a disciple of Mother Goddess of Forest and spirits of Four Realms according to the beliefs of Vietnamese people.
Sin Ho District in Lai Chau Province has attracted more tourists in recent years thanks to its unspoiled nature and the diverse cultures of local ethnic minorities.
'Xoi khuc', also known as khuc cake, has its name because the cake cover is made by glutinous rice powder mixed with brayed 'khuc' leaves, covering gram and pork.
Thanh Hoa Province is rich in culture. It boasts not only many historical vestiges like Ham Rong Bridge, Ho Citadel and Lam Kinh Remains, but also many folk games and professional contests from the Ly dynasty, including Tro Chieng.
(TITC) - Tugging is a longstanding and popular form of community activity in rice farming cultures in East Asia and Southeast Asia, typically the Republic of Korea, Cambodia, Philippines and Viet Nam.
Situated in Bac Kan Province, about 230km from Ha Noi, Ba Be Lake is known as a tourism complex where tourists can enjoy the pristine beauty of mountains and natural caves. Visiting Ba Be Lake, visitors can now experience the land with homestay services.
Muong Lo Valley in Nghia Lo Township, Yen Bai Province is famous for delicious rice thanks to its fertile soil. Nestled in mountains, the flat valley is the habitat of several ethnic minorities with diverse cultures and customs.
History has it that since the 18th century, mung bean cookies have been a precious gift that locals offered to the King and officials.
Nem chua (Vietnamese fermented pork roll) is a unique dish of Vietnamese food culture, made from fresh pork and other special spices.