Villages near Hanoi

Phu Lang Pottery Village in Bac Ninh for Traditional Pottery Making of the North

Phu Lang Pottery Village in Bac Ninh

Vietnam tourism has another traditional village in the North to attract photographers and travelers, namely Phu Lang Pottery Village in Bac Ninh. The attraction is located in Phu Lang Commune, Que Vo District, Bac Ninh Province, around 60km from the north of Hanoi. If you’re interested in Northern Vietnamese pottery trades, Vietnam Travel Guide 2018 recommends you to add “Phu Lang ...

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Traditional Quat Dong Village Hanoi for Masterly Rich Embroidery

Quat Dong Embroidery Village in Hanoi

The traditions of lace embroidery have been well preserved in Quat Dong Village Hanoi which is worth visiting and cherishing the aesthetic art. Located in Thuong Tin District, around 20km from the south of Hanoi, this village is where to discover the 17th-century embroidery art of the old Vietnam and find various beautiful and rich designs which are on sale. ...

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Du Du Village in Hanoi Vietnam for Quintessential Wooden Sculpture

Du Du Wooden Sculpture Village in Hanoi Vietnam

Hanoi is promoting trade village tourism, and Du Du Sculpture Village is one of the most outstanding traditional sites to be included in the itinerary day tours. Located in Thanh Thuy Commune, Thanh Oai District, Hanoi, this village preserves the quintessence of the wooden sculpture that creates numerous wooden statues “passing from father to son.” Protected in the areas are ...

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Cu Da Village Hanoi with Ancient French-style Houses and Traditional Vermicelli Making

Trays of vermicelli are left to dry at Cu Da Village

The ancient villages near Hanoi are several, but Cu Da Village Hanoi is usually on top in the list of the musts to see. This site is proud of preserving the hundred-year-old French-style houses that remain as are, regardless of the harsh test of the time. Also, vermicelli making is a traditional trade still practiced by generations of the villagers. ...

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Traditional Chuong Village Hanoi with Classical Vietnamese Conical Hats

Traditional Chuong Village Hanoi with Classical Vietnamese Conical Hats

The traditional Chuong Village Hanoi preserves the business of making genuine Vietnamese conical hats that can make Vietnamese women who are dressing “Ao Dai” more charming and beautiful. The conical hats in this long-lasting village come in various shapes and sizes that appeal to the tourists who take them as the unique souvenirs of the old villages in Hanoi. Chuong ...

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