Soong Co singing, a national intangible cultural heritage of the San Chi in Quang Ninh
In late spring, when farm work is less busy, the San Chi ethnic minority people in  Binh Lieu district of Quang Ninh province organize their Soong Co Festival. The event has been held for hundreds of years and Soong Co singing, now a national intangible cultural heritage, continues to be popular. 
Keng Loong and Xen Muong Festival are National Intangible Cultural Heritage
Keng Loong is an indispensable spiritual dish of Thai ethnic people in Mai Chau highland district, Hoa Binh province especially during festivals such as the New Rice Celebration, Xen Ban,…
Three heritages in Phu Tho recorgnized as national intangible cultural heritage
Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Nguyen Van Hung has signed a Decision declaring the National Intangible Cultural Heritage List for 36 intangible cultural heritages around the country. Phu Tho…
Lively cultural tourism week in Van Phuc Craft Village
These days, Van Phuc Craft Village is a hive of activity in preparation for the upcoming cultural tourism and trade week to be held here.
Chu Dong Tu-Tien Dung Festival celebrates most beautiful love story in Vietnamese folk literature
Chu Dong Tu-Tien Dung, the Love Festival, is a famous festival in Hung Yen province and one of the 16 biggest festivals in Vietnam. The festival is dedicated to the legend of Chu Dong Tu, a poor fisherman, and Princess Tien Dung, a daughter of the 18th Hung King (408-258 BC). This year the festival is recognized as a National Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Binh Thuan to rev up the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage values
Binh Thuan Provincial People's Committee Doan Anh Dung has recently issued a document on strengthening the management, protection, and promotion of intangible cultural heritage values in the province.
Tung tung da dá, traditional dance of the Co Tu
Tung tung da dá is a traditional community dance of the Co Tu ethnic minority. The beautiful dance shows a harmony between men and women, symbolizing yin and yang in the universe. All villagers make a circle and dance anti-clockwise to the background sound of upbeat drums and gongs echoing in the majestic Truong Son mountain range.
Phan Thiet’s Whale worshipping festival significantly excited tourists and locals
The main ceremony of the Whale-worshipping (Cau Ngu) festival officially took place on August 6th morning at Van Thuy Tu temple. The event is part of a series of activities included in the Visit Vietnam Year 2023 - Binh Thuan: Green Tourism comes together”.
The People's Committee of Hong Ngu District, Dong Thap Province, held a ceremony on August 2 to receive the decision of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on recognising the traditional scarf weaving of Long Khanh A Commune as part of the nation’s intangible cultural heritage.
Hanoi's Loyalty Oath Festival listed as National Intangible Cultural Heritage
The Loyalty Oath Festival of Dong Co Temple in Tay Ho District, Hanoi has been listed as a national intangible cultural heritage by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism for its historical and cultural values.
Hoi The Trung Hieu recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage
Hoi The Trung Hieu (a Festival of the Pledge of Allegiance to the Country) at Dong Co Temple in Hanoi has been recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage.
200-year-old rice paper village in Can Tho designated national heritage
The 200-year-old Thuan Hung rice paper village in Thot Not district, Can Tho city, has been recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage. This is the first traditional craft village in Can Tho to receive the recognition.
Craft of making ‘chung’ and ‘giay’ cakes in Phu Tho recognised as a national heritage
The craft of making ‘chung’ (square glutinous rice cake) and ‘giay’ (glutinous rice cake) in the northern ancestral province of Phu Tho has been recognised as national intangible cultural heritage under a decision signed by the Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism.
Five Moc villages’ festival preserves tradition in the heart of Hanoi
Spring is the season of festivals in Vietnam, especially in the North. The festival of the five Moc villages along the To Lich river in Hanoi is one of the most-anticipated. It is held every five years and attracts huge crowds of people with its colorful parades, folk games and music. The festival of five Moc villages is recognized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports…
Traditional festival honors female General Le Chan
The traditional festival of General Le Chan opened in Hai Phong city on Sunday evening, honoring the female warrior who helped the Trung sisters to fight foreign invaders during 40-42 AD and reclaimed the ancient An Bien village, now Hai Phong city.