Located in Son Tay Town, 40 km to the west of Hanoi, Duong Lam village is a great destination to find peace. Once entering, visitors will feel like they’ve found another world hackening back to the old days.
foreign tourists find it interesting to cycle around the village.
The Communal House of Mong Phu Hamlet is on the must-see list.
should not miss taking a photo of the gate, which is in the typical
architectural style of an old Vietnamese village.
is also famous for making soy sauce. 80-year-old Ha Thi Phi learned to make it
at the age of 15.
the end of the village, an ancient house owned by Mr. Nguyen Van Hung is one of
1649, its structure and furniture remains intact.
The house has
5 chambers with 2 wings. The 3 middle chambers are the space intended for
worshipping ancestors. The other chambers are bedrooms.
Once in the
village, tourists can feel the peaceful atmosphere.
Various activities are being held across the nation to commemorate the Hung Kings, the legendary founders of the country, on April 25, or the 10th day of the third lunar month.
Non Nuoc Cao Bang Geopark in the northern border province of Cao Bang was recognised as a global geopark by the UNESCO Global Geoparks Council in Paris on April 12.
The achievements of Vietnamese archaeologists in the past 60 years are on display at the special exhibition titled "Treasures of Vietnam’s archaeology,” held until July this year at the Hanoi-based Vietnam National Museum of History.
The ancient village of Duong Lam, hotspots in the northern Ninh Binh province, Tam Dao tourist site and Co To island, to name a few, are attractive destinations for travelers during the long Liberation Day (April 30), and May Day (May 1) holidays.
The white Ban or Bauhinia flower is in full bloom across the mountains and hills of north-western Vietnam, with the flush of blossoms drawing a huge number of tourists.
With an increasing price, garlic - Ly Son’s famous specialty - is considered as "white gold". At harvest time, the "white gold" is dried everywhere. The rooftops are used to expose garlic to the sun on the island, where is considered as the garlic kingdom.