Ao Ba Ba

Ao Ba Ba

It is traditional costume in Viet Nam.

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  • Ao Dai

    Ao Dai

    A lasting impression for any visitor to Vietnam is the beauty of Vietnamese women dressed in their Ao Dais.

  • Human chess

    Human chess

    “Human chess” (co nguoi) is a popular game at village and temple festival. The game follows the general rules of Chinese chess.

  • Vieing for Ball

    Vieing for Ball

    The game of vieing for ball is a ritual in some festivals or a custom in others.

  • Nu Na Nu Nong

    Nu Na Nu Nong

    This is a girls’ chanting game. Several girls sit side by side with their legs stretched out.

  • The game of squares

    The game of squares

    As society becomes more developed, children become more intelligent. They have more opportunities to watch television shows and play new video games, which are often filled with sex and violence

  • Cat and Mouse Game

    Cat and Mouse Game

    Each game requires between seven and ten people. They stand in a circle, hold hands and raise their hands above their heads.

  • The Game of the Dragon-Snake

    The Game of the Dragon-Snake

    A large group plays the children's game Rong ran (dragon-snake). In one person sits on a small hill or some location above the other players; he or she acts as the doctor.

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Customs & Habits

The oveview of Dao people in Quang Ninh

The oveview of Dao people in Quang Ninh

Their dwellings are both earthen houses and mixed (half earthen, half on stilts). The Dao believe that in all creatures are souls called hon or vân when a living creature dies.

Language and Literature

Silent Hanoi

Silent Hanoi

The above lines were penned by the Hanoi poet Xuan Dieu, written for one person, whose name is appeared in the poem.

Festivals & Folk-games

"Tò he" - the artful toy in Vietnam

"Tò he" - the artful toy in Vietnam

"Tò he" toys are sculptured figurines fashioned from colored rice dough, that make not only Vietnamese children but also adults feel so interesting...

Art performance

Vietnamese Water Puppet

Vietnamese Water Puppet

Water puppetry is a tradition, appeared in the 11th century CE when it originated in the villages of the Red River Delta in northern Vietnam. Today's Vietnamese water puppetry is a unique art on the ancient Asian puppet tradition.


Dao's traditional costume

Dao's traditional costume

The Dao (pronounced Zao) are the 9th largest ethnic group in Vietnam with a population of just under 500,000.

Architecture & Fine-arts

Admire the famous architecture of Saigon Central Post Office

 Admire the famous architecture of Saigon Central Post Office

Together with the Notre Dame Cathedral, Saigon Central Post Office is iconic buildings, tourist attractions as much for its architecture as its history.


Ben Thanh market in Ho Chi Minh City

Ben Thanh market in Ho Chi Minh City

Ben Thanh market is one of Saigon's most famous landmark. The market has been set up since the French occupation.