(HBO) - Taking place on the occasion of the traditional New Year of Mong ethnic minority, Gau Tao festival celebrating the Party and the Lunar New Year in 2023 organized by the People's Committees of 2 communes, Pa Co and Hang Kia, (Mai Chau) has brought a joyful and thriling New Year atmosphere. Many exciting and attractive cultural and sports activities imbued with the identity of Mong ethnic minority have been attracting visitors to experience and explore. Hoa Binh newspaper has recorded the special images of this festival.
Mong ethnic minorities in Hang
Kia and Pa Co communes are performing to celebrate the Party and the Spring.
Beating the drums to open Gau Tao
Performing the spiritual rituals
by Neu tree to pray for the health of the people and bountiful crops.
The sound of the trumpet calling
for Spring to open the festival.
Urging the footsteps of the
relatives and tourists to come back to open Gau Tao festival.
Mong girls in Hang Kia are
radiantly beautiful with Pao throwing games.
The men are competing in pounding
Day cakes - a work requiring a lot of energy and technique.
Visitors are experiencing the
national sports of walking on stilts.
Immersing oneself in the joyful
Extending the circle of Xeo
dancing of the national unity.
Starting from the end of October, Cao Phong orange region entered a new target. With confirmed quality, Cao Phong oranges have a special appeal for consumers inside and outside Hoa Binh province as well as tourists to Hoa Binh.
(HBO) - Within the framework of activities of the first Fish and Shrimp Festival of Da river in Hoa Binh province; OCOP Agricultural Fair and product exhibition in the Northern midlands and mountainous areas in 2023, in the evening of October 26, the Provincial People's Committee held the festival praying for fish and releasing flower lanterns on Da River.
(HBO) - Mai Chau district is not only known for its fresh climate, poetic landscape and hospitable ethnic people but also for its native folk culture, festivals, and traditional crafts. These are the "golden advantages" for developing community-based tourism, making Mai Chau an attractive tourist destination.
(HBO) - A night festival with flower-shaped lanterns was held on the Da river in Hoa Binh city on October 26 as part of the activities in the framework of the first Da River Fish-Shrimp Festival, and the Agricultural Fair and Exhibition of OCOP products in the northern midland and mountainous region in 2023. The event attracted crowds of visitors and local residents. Thousands of colourful lanterns were floated, creating a shimmering scene on the river. Each lantern carried messages of peace, good fortune, and good weather.
(HBO) - On July 24th, 2020, the Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Trinh Dinh Dung, attended the Ceremony to announce the Prime Minister's Decision to recognize Luong Son district meeting the new rural standards in 2019 and receiving the f Third-Class Labor Medal.