An exhibition called “Balgo: Contemporary Australian Art from the Balgo Hills” will open at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, Nguyen Van Huyen Street, Hanoi on April 17. The event is a part of a program organized by the Australian Embassy called once in 1, 000 years: An Australian Gift to Hanoi.
The national commemoration of the Hung Kings and the Hung Temple Festival is a vivid manifestation the great national unity, showing the national responsibility to the country’s founders, Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan has said.
A week-long cultural festival will be held in Sapa, one of Vietnam’s top holiday and relaxation destinations, from April 30 to May 4, in an effort to increase the northern mountainous area’s tourism potential.
Danang will host its second Craft Village Festival from May 19-23, attracting more than 100 fine arts and handicraft stands from 60 traditional craft villages across the country. All the proceeds from the event will be used to support craft villages that find themselves in difficulty to maintain and develop their crafts.
Vietnam’s first-ever national fruit festival got underway in the Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang on April 19. Special fruits from all over the country, equipment for growing fruit and advanced technologies for agriculture are all on display.
In the summer, going to the highlands must be an ideal option for tourists to getting closer to nature and escape from the hot and muggy of the tropical summer in HCMC. Visiting magnificent waterfalls, poetic vegetable and flower gardens and strolling around endless pine hills will be nice experiences in Dalat, the city in mist and pine trees.
A series of cultural, art and sporting events were held at the Kinh Bac Culture Centre in Bac Ninh City on April 15 as part of the Bac Ninh Festival 2010 as well as celebrating 35 years of Vietnamese-German diplomatic ties.
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