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Bat Trang Pottery Village fired up for trade ahead of Tet festival

Bat Trang Pottery Village fired up for trade ahead of Tet festival

VOV.VN - As one of Hanoi’s longstanding traditional handicraft communities, Bat Trang Pottery Village in Gia Lam District has long been popular with tourists. In recent days the village has been busier than usual as trade increases ahead of the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.

Cruising the scenic waterways of the Red River

Cruising the scenic waterways of the Red River

The Red River, running through northern Vietnam, offers the chance to discover a rural way of life that has hardly changed for centuries. For those with one more day to spare in Hanoi, a cruise along the Red River is the perfect city escape. Pham Ha, CEO of Luxury Travel explores.

Vietnam lychee trade breaks export records in 2016

Vietnam lychee trade breaks export records in 2016

VOV.VN - 2016 has been a special year for the Vietnam lychee segment of agriculture, with exporters seeing a real upward shift in international sales of popular brands such as Luc Ngan, Thanh Ha and Bat Trang.

Hanoi lures visitors with new tourism products

Hanoi lures visitors with new tourism products

Hanoi has been building new tourism products to lure more domestic and foreign visitors to the capital city, affirming its position as a tourism centre of the country, said the municipal Department of Tourism.

Kim Lan commune gains foothold in ceramics market

Kim Lan commune gains foothold in ceramics market

Kim Lan, a commune on the outskirts of Hanoi, has taken steps to escape from the shadow of the renowned Bat Trang ceramic village and establish itself as a prestigious pottery producer.

Metropole Hanoi ‘rural market’ celebrates Tet

Metropole Hanoi ‘rural market’ celebrates Tet

VOV.VN - Annually the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi holds a ‘rural market’ showcasing traditional foods and culture of Vietnam to international travellers on the occasion of the Tet Lunar New Year— and this year is no exception.

Thousand-year-old Kim Lan ceramic village

Thousand-year-old Kim Lan ceramic village

(VOV) - Kim Lan is considered to be one of renowned ceramic villages in Hanoi’s Gia Lam district producing, making a variety of products like flowerpots, decanters and jars, toothpick holders.

Craft villages an untapped goldmine for tourism

Craft villages an untapped goldmine for tourism

(VOV) - Forty-nine of the country’s 52 traditional craft villages are located in the Hanoi vicinity and share vast potential for tourism development, highly dependent on niche marketing and improved infrastructure.

Hanoi promotes culture to international friends

(VOV) - Ambassadors, their wives and representatives from more than 20 embassies and international organisations joined a spring tour of the traditional craft village of Bat Trang in Hanoi on March 1.

Hanoi to have 1,500 trade villages by 2015

The capital city of Hanoi has set to increase the number of its trade villages to 1,500 from now to 2015 in a bid to create jobs for at least half of its rural workers.

Bat Trang ceramic craft village: a Tet attraction

Bat Trang ceramic craft village: a Tet attraction

(VOV) -Located to Hanoi’s southeast, past the Chuong Duong Bridge and 10km along the Red River dyke, the traditional Bat Trang craft village is an ideal shopping destination for visitors on Tet holidays.

A trip to Bat Trang ceramic village

A trip to Bat Trang ceramic village

(VOV) - Visiting a traditional craft village along the Red River banks is a good way of escaping the busy life of the capital city and exploring the age-old ceramic craft making.

Hanoi develops craft villages to serve tourism

Hanoi develops craft villages to serve tourism

(VOV) - The capital city will be developing six typical traditional craft villages till 2015 closely linked with the tourism sector in the hope of exploiting its cultural and economic advantages.