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10 Colourful Costumes Of Vietnam's Ethnic Groups

10 Colourful Costumes Of Vietnam's Ethnic Groups

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The best fashion show in Vietnam doesn't happen on the runway, but in the highlands, at country markets, and among the small villages of the country's ethnic groups. Not many travellers know that Vietnam is home to 54 ethnic minorities. Many of their cultural outfits are more creatively crafted and inventive than any piece of couture. If you're looking for eye-catching ensembles and irreplaceable style, here are 10 ethnic groups you need to know.

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25 Striking Images Vietnams Ethnic Groups

25 Striking Images Vietnams Ethnic Groups

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In 2011, Réhahn chose the town of Hoi An as his home in Vietnam. Six years later, he opened a museum dedicated to Vietnam’s ethnic groups. His pictures captivate viewers from all over the world, and raise awareness of Vietnam’s diverse and precious cultural heritage. Here are 25 images from his vast collection.

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The Mat Weaving Village More Than A Century In Dong Thap

The Mat Weaving Village More Than A Century In Dong Thap

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Mat weaving handicraft in Dinh Yen commune, Lap Vo district, DongThap province is recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage in 2013. At that time, the commune had more than 3,000 households involved in handmade weaving. Situated near the Hau River, this land has many small islands on the river; mudflats to grow well the materials are scirpus tree and sedges plants to make products.

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12 Traditional Vietnamses Souvenirs

12 Traditional Vietnamses Souvenirs

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Discover a cultural concoction of manic markets, specialist streets, designer boutiques and cycling vendors. In Hanoi's Old Quarter, you'll come across everything from tribal textiles to shoes, coffee to crafts, paintings to specialty foods. Gentle haggling is part of the fun. Take a piece of the experience home in these traditional gifts.

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Chopsticks Culture In Vietnam

Chopsticks Culture In Vietnam

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When you travel to a foreign country, understanding their eating culture is important. As most of Vietnamese use chopsticks when eating, it’s essential to learn about our chopsticks culture if you are planning a trip to Vietnam.

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Coffee Culture In Vietnam

Coffee Culture In Vietnam

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In Vietnam, every morning, it is easy to spot people enjoying coffee in sidewalk shops. Coffee in Vietnam is to be enjoyed slowly in order to savor its taste.

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An Giang's 140 Year - Old Khmer Pagoda

An Giang's 140 Year - Old Khmer Pagoda

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This colorful pagoda is a place of worship for Khmer people in Tinh Bien Town, the Mekong Delta province of An Giang.

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Exploring Vietnam's Vibrant Crafts

Exploring Vietnam's Vibrant Crafts

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The handmade is part of Vietnam’s soul. From craft villages to the capital’s core, the country’s crafts will take you to fascinating places. Hanoi’s 36 guild streets, also known as the Old Quarter, have a long history of craftsmanship reflected in street names such as Hang Bac (Silver Street) and Hang Quat (Fan Street). Entire craft villages continue to thrive on centuries-old traditions by exporting their goods worldwide. Here’s your guide to exploring Vietnam’s time-honoured crafts.

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