VOV.VN - Kon Tum, a north-central highlands province, is home to 28 ethnic minority groups. Each of them has its own unique culture, traditions, and festivals, which have been preserved and promoted.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s ethnic minority groups account for 14 percent of the population, with a vibrant diversity of cultures, languages, and livelihoods.
The Central Highlands region has long been an attractive destination for foreign visitors by virtue of its beautiful landscapes and the distinct cultures of the local communities.
Buon Ma Thuot is the capital and also the most popular destination in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. It attracts visitors by the immense coffee forest, the unique gong culture, and spectacular natural scenery.
Localities in the Central Highlands received praise for their efforts over the last decade to preserve and promote the cultural practices surrounding the use of gongs, which were recognised by UNESCO as an Oral Masterpiece and Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2005.
The effort to pass gong culture to younger generations in the Central Highland province of Kon Tum has been facing challenges, according to artisans.
(VOV) -The space of gong culture in the Vietnam Highlands is home to cultures that value gongs. It spreads in the Central Highland provinces of Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Dak Lak, Dak Nong, and Lam Dong.
(VOV) - A programme advertising the national intangible cultural heritage will take place in the Central Highland city of Da Lat from January 22–26.
A Vietnam Festival opened at Yoyogi Park in Tokyo, Japan, on September 15 to promote mutual understanding between the two countries.