Women of Muong ethnic group in a festival. A close look on the life of Muong people will be offered in a one-day homestay tour held every weekend till the end of July. — Photo khamphavanhoaviet.com
Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI – A series of activities based on life in the northwestern region will be showcased in the Việt Nam Culture and Tourism Village on the western outskirts of the capital.
Entitled “A Month of Northwestern Echo”, the programme includes an exhibition of tools for fishing of various ethnic groups from the northwestern provinces, a photo exhibition and a one-day homestay for tourists who want to experience the daily life of the Thái, Mường and Ê Đê people.
The exhibition of tools for fishing will take place from July 15 to 31, while the local people will showcase their fishing skills from July 29 to 31.
The photo exhibition will feature more than 100 photos of people and landscapes of the northwestern region such as the Mường Hoa Valley, Tả Van and Cát Cát villages, the season when rice matures in terraced fields in Hoàng Su Phì and Hà Giang Province, besides Mù Cang Chải in Yên Bái Province.
The homestay event will take place every weekend till the end of the month.
The village is located in Sơn Tây District, 45km west of the centre of Hà Nội. — VNS