The Le Mat village festival is annually held on March 20-24 of the lunar calendar to worship the village’s tutelary god of the Hoang Family. The ancient village of Le Mat, located about 7km Northeast of downtown Hanoi, is famous for its tradition of catching snakes and making culinary dishes from them. The highlight of […]
The Binh Da temple Festival is held between the third and sixth days of the third lunar month to commemorate the nation’s legendary progenitor, Lac Long Quan.
Dong Da festival takes place on the January 5th of Lunar New Year. This is a victory festival, held in memory of the glorious achievements of Quang Trung King – the hero in history against invaders of the nation. Two centuries ago, Dong Da was a battlefield where Quang Trung (Nguyen Hue), a Tay Son […]
The Giong Festival is a traditional festival in commemoration and praise of the mythical hero Saint Giong, one of four immortals of Vietnamese folk beliefs. The Giong Festival is held in many locations throughout the northern part of Viet Nam, however the most typical ones are the Giong Festival at Phu Dong and Soc temples (Ha […]