VTC10 TELEVISION: Hoa Binh - Cradle of Muong culture
(HBO) – Boasting stunning landscapes and unique culture, the northwestern province of Hoa Binh has been attractive to both domestic and foreign visitors.
(HBO) - Mentioning Cao Phong district, tourists all over the country know that this is one of the four famous ancient Muong regions of the province, Bi is the first, Vang is the second, Thang is the third and Dong is the fourth. Muong Thang in Cao Phong has long been known as a land rich in traditional cultural identity. In the district there are beautiful and rich natural landscapes with many beauty spots containing the historical legends. This place also preserves the traditional beauty in the lifestyle, the customs, the house architecture of Muong community, promising to be an attractive destination.
(HBO) - Surrounded by hundreds of multi-year-old coconut trees, the eco-tourism area of Dua Island in Sung Trach hamlet, Vay Nua commune (Da Bac) has its own charming and attractive beauty. Dua Island has become one of the tourism attractions chosen by many tourists in their journey to discover the beauty of Hoa Binh lake area over the past 6 years.
(HBO) - From the end of 2019, the community tourism spot in Buoi Cai village, Phu Cuong commune (Tan Lac) officially opened. Together with Luy Ai hamlet - Phong Phu commune, Chien hamlet - Van Son commune, Buoi Cai has become one of the three models of the community tourism, which have been put into operation in the area.
(HBO) - The Provincial Fatherland Front has coordinated with the Action Center for Community Development to organize a survey to collect opinions of the people in Gia Mo, Nhan My (Tan Lac); Tu Son (Kim Boi); Quyet Thang (Lac Son); Cao Son (Da Bac) commune on the policies supporting the economic development in association with the community tourism. 160 representatives from the community groups, the heads and the deputy heads of the communes’ People’s Inspection Committees.
(HBO) – The People’s Committee of Hoa Binh has
issued Decision 1520/QD-UBND recognising Mai Chau district in the northern
province as a local tourist site.