The games children play and entertain themselves in Vietnam’s mountainous region are different from those of most children in urban areas. These traditional games which have been played for centuries make tourists in Vietnam tourism strange and create their curiosity.
While urban children have access to all kinds of modern toys and they are fed up with these toys very quickly, kids in the rural and mountainous regions are playing traditional and simple games.
The games children play and entertain themselves in Vietnam’s mountainous region are more different than those of most children and intriguing to tourists in Vietnam travel.
With pieces of limestone, the imagination of children in Quan Ba district in Ha Giang province can go freely through paintings on the roads and pavements.
Only with a cloth cord, H’mong kids in Moc Chau town in Son La province in northern Vietnam can have fun together for hours, with swinging game, which allows them to discover new feeling in moving.
It is interesting for a H’mong boy in Yen Minh district, Ha Giang province, to sit in a grass handcast.
A Thai boy in Quynh Nhai district of the Son La province; with a new sight while hanging himself upside down on the beam.
H’mong boys in Van Chan district, Yen Bai province are never fed up with “danh cu”, a traditional game of H’mong people.
After class, H’mong little girls in Sapa town, Lao Cai play traditional games.
They can play with this cloth ball the whole day.
Tay and Nung boys play football on a newly-harvested field.
Skipping – the game that is as old as hills (photo taken in Mu Cang Chai, Yen Bai province).
Primary students of Long Luong School in Moc Chau district, Son La province.
Nung boys in Huu Lung, Lang Son province swim in a lake.
Billiard, a modern game at Pho Cao market in Ha Giang province.
Boys in Muong Khuong district, Lao Cai province kick a shuttle cock in the early morning.
Thai kids in Van Chan district, Yen Bai province play with used tires.
In the rural and mountainous areas, kids often play in front of their homes, on village roads or on hills.
A running race on the field.
A traditional game called “u a u ap”.
A 4-year-old boy in Moc Chau, Son La province climbs on a tree.
Flying kites on a dike.
Some kids go fishing to earn their living.
Two kids help their mum.
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