Hanoi’s ‘Ca tru’ singing and Giong festival to be introduced at Hung Kings Temple Festival
‘Ca tru’ (ceremonial singing) and traditional Giong festival - two UNESCO-recognised intangible cultural heritages of Hanoi, will be introduced to visitors within the framework of Hung Kings Temple Festival, which is taking place in Phu Tho province from April 20 to 29.
Giong festival attracts visitors
The Giong Festival began in Phu Dong Village, Gia Lam District, Ha Noi, on May 2 or the seventh day of the fourth month of the lunar calendar, attracting many…
Traditional festivals mark outset of Lunar New Year
A host of traditional festivals have kicked off in different provinces on February 13 - the sixth day of the Lunar New Year. 
Ha Noi focuses on boosting cultural tourism
Ha Noi’s tourism sector is planning a number of activities to make breakthroughs and boost sustainable development with a focus on cultural tourism.