Wet rice civilization
Rhythm of city life - besides the bustling and vibrant cities, there are always peaceful and gentle moments imprinted with Vietnamese culture, that is when the day has not begun. When you visit an old house hidden in a deep alley, sip a cup of sidewalk or visit a small village on the outskirts. Try to look at the big cities from a different, more rustic side in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Hue, Da Nang, Hoi An, Can Tho and Da Lat.
Ethnic people experience - one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world, Vietnam is proud to be the home of 54 ethnic groups, with 54 distinct and unique cultures. We will bring tourists to the local villages, learn about culture and traditional costumes; chat and observe their daily lives; enjoy traditional dishes; dancing by the bonfire; Enjoy the feeling of peace in a peaceful village. Tourists can experience these programs in, Sapa - H’mong people, Dao, Tay, ...; Ha Giang - ng Lo Lo; Pu Luong + Mai Chau - Thai people; Da Nang, Hoi An, Hue: Ta Oi and Co Tu people; Ho Chi Minh City: Cham Pa, Khmer people.
Countryside explore - Leaving the hustle and bustle of the city, we take you to peaceful, green, Vietnamese countryside, these are hundreds of years old villages, old houses thousands of years old, immense cultivated lands, rich, shady village roads, floating on boats drifting along rivers laden with alluvium, learning to cook rustic dishes. We offer these programs in: Hanoi with Duong Lam ancient village, Bat Trang Pottery Village, Huong Pagoda; Hue with the ancient village Phuoc Tich, the ancient village of Thuy Bieu and Tam Giang Lagoon; Hoi An vs Thanh Ha Pottery Village, Kim Bong Carpentry Village, Tra Que Vegetable Village.
Religions - with its convenient location for both road and sea transportation, Vietnam has easy access to the world's major religions: Buddhism, Christianity and Islam, however, beliefs are important. The most popular one in Vietnamese culture is Vietnamese Folk religion, also known as Dao Mau. The worship of the mother model was born from wet rice civilization, reflecting the people's view of nature and the sky, which is deeply rooted in community life. In 2017, UNESCO officially recognized "Practicing the worship of Mother God in Vietnam" as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity. We will take you back to the roots of the culture of the Vietnamese people with the only programs about religion and belief of Vietnam.
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