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. In 2019, the Le Mat village festival falls on April 27th. In 2020, the Le Mat village festival falls on April 15th. In 2021, the Le Mat village festival falls […]
Voi Phuc temple Festival takes place on 9th the second month of lunar calendar in Ba Dinh, Hanoi. Every year, at the beginning of Spring, the Tran Tay Festival is held in the Voi Phuc (Prostrating Elephant) Temple to worship Genie Linh Lang, who helped the Vietnamese people fight the enemy for national salvation. Built in 1605 […]
Trieu Khuc Village Festival is held from the 9th to the 12th day of the first lunar month in Trieu Khuc or Ke Do village, Tan Trieu, Thanh Tri, Hanoi. In the past Ke Do was famous for nón quai thao (a kind of hat for women). Today it is famous for embroidery and objects of worship, […]
Huong Pagoda Festival is open in My Duc, Hanoi on the sixth day of the first lunar month, with the attendance of about 50,000 pilgrims. Situated in Huong Son Site, Hanoi, Huong Pagoda complex is considered as one among centers of Buddhism in Vietnam. The pagoda complex consists of several Buddhist pagodas and temples on Huong […]
An Duong Vuong Temple Festival is held on the 6th day of the first lunar month every year in Co Loa village, Dong Anh district, Hanoi. It is about 17 km from the center of Hanoi. The festival begins with a procession called “văn chỉ” and “rước kiệu thành hoàng” (The Tutelary God’s Palanquin) of the […]
The Khe Thuong village festival lasts from 3rd to 7th of the first lunar month in Khe Thuong is an ancient village by Da river. During early days every year, village residents hold their festival to worship Tan Vien Son Saint – a leading Saint of Four Immortal Saints of Vietnam. Village residents do prepare […]
Thanh Tri pancake is a food specialty of Hanoi. The pancakes are made in Thanh Tri village in Hoang Mai district is one of the oldest villages in Hanoi. In the 18th Hung King dynasty, people reclaimed land and learned cultivation from Prince An Quoc. It is believed that steamed rice pancake making began in this period.
Every year the Chem Temple festival is held to honor the legendary hero Ly Than who was a defender of these territories during the Hung King dynasty. The temple is located in Thuy Phuong village in Hanoi’s suburban district of Tu Liem and was built in admiration for Ly Than, by the local villagers. The […]