Tay people promote Luon Coi folk singing
Luon Coi folk singing of the Tay ethnic minority is recognized as a national intangible heritage. The Tay in Bao Lam district in the northern mountain province of Cao Bang have preserved their traditional culture, including Luon Coi singing, and promoted it as a unique tourist attraction.
Via Ba Chua Xu festival nominated for UNESCO recognition
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism announced that the Via Ba Chua Xu festival in An Giang Province will be selected to be Vietnam’s nomination in 2024 for UNESCO's…
San Chay’s ritual recognised as national intangible heritage
“Le hoi cau mua” of the San Chay ethnic minority group is now a national intangible cultural heritage.
Rice paper festival opens in Tay Ninh
The southern province of Tay Ninh is hosting a festival highlighting the local specialty - banh trang phoi suong (rice paper exposed to the fog), which has been recognised as part of the National Intangible Heritage, with the aim to promote traditional food and handicrafts.
Cao Bang: Nang Hai festival named national intangible heritage
The ethnic Nang Hai festival in the northern province of Cao Bang has been recognised as a national intangible cultural heritage.   
Tuong Binh Hiep lacquerware art becomes national intangible heritage
The traditional art of lacquerware in the southern province of Binh Duong’s Tuong Binh Hiep ward has been accredited as a national intangible heritage.
Nha Trang: Festival commemorates Goddess Ponagar
The annual Ponagar Festival, the biggest of its kind in the central coastal province of Khanh Hoa, opened in Nha Trang City on April 27 (the 21st day of the third lunar month), drawing a crowd of pilgrims from the surrounding provinces.
Art show dubbed intangible heritage
The Tuong Xu Quang (Quang Nam classic drama region) art performance has been recognised as a National Intangible Heritage.
Ba Chua Xu festival recognised as National Intangible Heritage
The Ba Chua Xu temple festival (also called the Via Ba ceremony) was officially recognised as a National Intangible Heritage at a ceremony held on June 8 in Sam Mountain ward, Chau Doc city, in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang.
Hoang Sa tribute rituals held in Quang Ngai
The Feast and Commemoration Festival for Hoang Sa (Paracel) flotilla soldiers (Le khao le the linh Hoang Sa) was held in the An Vinh communal temple, on Ly Son Island in the central province of Quang Ngai on May 4.
Ok-Om-Bok festival named national intangible heritage
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has announced the recognition of the Ok-Om-Bok festival as the 4th national intangible cultural heritage of southern Tra Vinh province.
Ly Son fishermen recreate Hoang Sa soldiers commemoration fest in Hanoi
A traditional event of the Ly Son islanders in Quang Ngai province held to commemorate the soldiers of Hoang Sa (Paracel) Archipelago, was recreated at the Viet Nam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Son Tay town, Hanoi on June 29.