Ceremony to recognize Suoi Mo Temple Festival as national intangible cultural heritage
Update: May 10, 2016
A ceremony to receive a certificate in recognition of the Suoi Mo Temple Festival as a national intangible cultural heritage as well as to open the annual festival was held in Bac Giang province on May 7.

Suoi Mo is the name of a stream that runs along the valley at the foot of the Huyen Dinh - Yen Tu Mountain. Located in Nghia Phuong commune, Luc Nam district, Bac Giang province, Suoi Mo Temples consist of Den Thuong (upper temple), below along the spring are Den Trung (middle temple) and Den Ha (lower temple) which were built during the Le Dynasty.

The temple has been used for worshiping the Holy Mother of the top mountain called Que My Nuong. It is believed that she was the daughter of the 16th Hung King.

It’s the religious with the nationally cultural - historical monuments. It all creates a beautiful picture for those who once come to Suoi Mo. Companion with many beautiful landscapes, there is a wide of activities such as climbing, biking, hunting, horse racing, sailing, camping, etc.

Suoi Mo Temple Festival is annually held from March 30 to April 2 (lunar calendar). The festival was recognised by the Ministry of Culture and Sports and Tourism as a national intangible cultural heritage on June 8, 2015.