Co Loa is a commune in Dong Anh, a suburban district of Hanoi City. Getting there one can see the remains of three layers of concentric reamparts built by King An Duong Vuong, alias Thuc Phan, in the second century BC.
Dong Ky village belongs to Dong Quang commune, Tu Son district, Bac Ninh province. Every year, on the 4th day of the 1st lunar month, Dong Ky village holds a firecracker festival.
The Yen Tu Pagoda festival takes place from Jan 15 to Mar 15 (lunar year) in Quang Ninh, a border province. Yen Tu is the name of a 1,068m high mountain, some 15 km to the North West of Uong Bi, chief town of Quang Ninh province.
When mentioning art performance, production and cultural life of the Muong people, it is impossible to forget to mention the Gong, which is a kind of musical instrument reflecting cultural features and life conception of the Muong ethnic minority group.
Those who are Vietnamese people feel excited when the Chua Huong (Perfume Pagoda) Festival, the biggest and longest annual festival in Vietnam, comes. Simply because in the festival, people can not only beseech what the wish and hope but also have chances of admiring the wonderful scenery of the Huong Pagoda.