An art show entitled ‘The Quintessence of Tonkin’ will open for audience from early November at the Baara Land Entertainment Complex in Quoc Oai District, on the outskirts of Hanoi, with a focus on the rich culture and daily activities of Vietnam’s northern delta.
The second Diwali Fest 2017, the annual Indian light festival, will be held at the Indian Cultural Centre, No.63 Tran Hung Dao Street, Hoan Kiem District, in Ha Noi, at 5pm on October 27.
Me Tri village in Ha Noi’s outlying Nam Tu Liem District is famous for its tradition of producing Com or green sticky rice.
Hanoians will be provided with the opportunity to learn more about Spain through the screening of five films during the Spanish Film Week, which will take place from October 17-22 at the National Cinema Centre, No. 87 Lang Ha, in Ha Noi.
Documents and photos featuring French architecture in colonial era in Ha Noi will be on display in an exhibition that opens today at the Ha Noi Opera House in the capital city.
Ha Noi’s Tay Ho District authorities have approved a project to build a lotus tea promotional centre.
A total of 11 films from 11 APEC member economies will be screened during the film week to be held in Ha Noi from October 11 to 16 and Da Nang city from October 12 to 16 as an event to celebrate the APEC Vietnam 2017.
Astounding beautiful landscapes of northern Russia, from untouched white sea, poetic lakes to renowned historic relic sites, will be brought closer to Vietnamese people through the “Nature of Northern Russia” exhibition which is taking place in Ha Noi from October 4-11.
The Management Board of the Viet Nam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism will organize diverse activities related to Khmer ethnic cultural specialties in southern Viet Nam.
‘Cyrano de Bergerac’, one of the most renowned theatrical works of France, will be introduced at L'Espace French Cultural Centre in Ha Noi, on October 7, following the previous successful screening of “Roméo and Juliette”.
The Viet Nam Television will broadcast the documentary Mon Ha Noi (My Ha Noi), directed and filmed by former French Ambassador to Viet Nam Jean Noel Poirier, on VTV1 channel at 8:40 pm on October 8.
The 9th Thai festival will take place at Thong Nhat park, Hai Ba Trung street, Ha Noi from September 30th to October 1st.
Russia’s world-renowned Beryozka (Little Birch) Folklore Dance Ensemble will perform in Viet Nam from October 4 to 7, according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
A 360-metre-long 3D painting portraying Vietnamese landscapes and traditional cultural values has been recognised as the longest 3D painting in Viet Nam by the Viet Nam Record Association, VietKings.
Colourful lanterns will light up Thang Long Imperial Citadel and the gates will open for the public to celebrate mid-autumn festival, beginning now and running until October 4 - the full moon day of the eighth lunar month.
Ha Noi Department of Tourism
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