VOV.VN - As we progress into the middle of May, the entirety of the Muong Thanh paddy fields in the north-western province of Dien Bien has been transformed by swathes of bright yellow, serving to bring a range of romantic scenery to the region.
VOV.VN - The northwestern mountainous province of Lai Chau is proving a popular destination for tourists seeking adventure amid a stunning landscape with unique cultural characteristics.
VOV.VN - Lunar New Year is one of the biggest festivals of the year for Muong Vang ethnic people in Lac Son district, Hoa Binh province. On the first days of the year, Muong Vang people conduct traditional ancestor worship rituals.
VOV.VN - Wild peach blossoms have gone on sale across the northern mountainous province of Lai Chau, flooding the streets with the festive trees in the process as the demand increases in the run up to Lunar New Year (Tet).
Those who have visited Tay, Nung and Thai ethnic people in the northern mountainous region of Vietnam are often astounded by traditional Then singing, which is accompanied by a handmade gourd lute called “Dan tinh” or “Tinh Tau”.
VOV.VN - Visitors to Sapa in the northern province of Lao Cai are captivated by the verdant expanse of chayote (Sechium edule) gardens here.
VOV.VN - Although ethnic minority people are a small percentage of the population, they are an inseparable part of the nation.
Scholarships and gifts have been presented to impoverished and ethnic people across the country to bring them a warm Tet (Vietnamese Lunar New Year) holiday.
Red Dao ethnic people in Lai Chau province boast a special festival during which sneaking into a home to steal things from it is not considered a crime. According to the local beliefs, if anyone can steal something without being caught, they will have a lucky year.
VOV.VN - Tay Ninh province has more than 3,000 Cham people who practice Islam. Their mosques are also cultural centers promoting solidarity among the Cham villages.
VOV.VN -The golden lyrical rice terraced landscapes of the northern mountainous region of Hoang Su Phi this time of year appear as though they have been lifted directly out of an ancient mythological fairy tale.
VOV.VN - Thousands of ethnic people have gathered for the annual Moc Chau Plateau Independence Festival (September 1-4) celebrating the 71st anniversary of the country’s National Day.
VOV.VN - The kitchen plays an important role for every ethnic family in Vietnam. The cooking place is also a venue where rituals and other customs occur. Whenever a guest arrives, the host makes a fire to show hospitality.
VOV.VN - Photographer Nguyen Vu Phuoc captured these photos of the Cham ethnic people, a group that not many, even in Vietnam know much about.
(VOV) - The Can Cau Market located in the Si Ma Cai District of Lao Cai Province just below the Chinese border is open for business every Saturday.
Special hotels have been built in the resort city of Da Lat, attracting many tourists.
(VOV) - Although they are a minority, the Bo Y have been able to preserve their cultural uniqueness, which includes traditional costume, architecture, and wedding and funeral ceremonies.
(VOV) - More than 2,000 poor ethnic minority households in Tra Vinh province have benefited from a government support policy that allocates residential land, production land, houses, and water.
Youths from many villages in Yang Bac Commune, Dak Po District in Gia Lai Province, are raising funds to preserve and promote gong culture.
Can Cau Market opens every Saturday and on holidays, revealing the simple but colorful life of ethnic people in the northern highlands.