|The launch of the Green Heritage Tourism and Culture Week – A meeting place for people and nature (photo: Thanh Tung/ baodantoc.vn)
The exhibition "Vietnam’s natural heritages" features 120 photos of landscapes prime for green tourism and eco-tourism.
Ha Giang, Dien Bien, Hai Phong, Ninh Binh, Thanh Hoa, and Quang Nam province introduce their traditional cultures and natural heritages.
Hai Phong city is proud of its Cat Ba Archipelago Biosphere Reserve.
Ninh Binh is home to Tam Coc-Bich Dong complex, Cuc Phuong national park, Van Long wetland nature reserve, and the Trang An landscape complex, is recognized by UNESCO as a World Cultural and Natural Heritage.
Thanh Hoa, Vietnam’s “heritage cradle”, has Ben En national park, Cam Luong sacred fish stream, and the Ho Dynasty Citadel, another World Cultural Heritage.
Quang Nam province has the Cu Lao Cham-Hoi An World Biosphere Reserve and two World Cultural Heritages-Hoi An ancient town and My Son Sanctuary.
|Visitors watch handicraft products at the exhibition. (photo: Thanh Tung/ baodantoc.vn)
An exhibition area of Vietnamese craft villages honors Vietnam’s 24 traditional crafts. There is a photo exhibition featuring beautiful environment-friendly products.
The space of Lotus Calligraphy hosted by the Fund for the Conservation of Vietnamese Cultural Heritage displays 100 calligraphic pictures of lotus flowers created by calligraphy artists across Vietnam.
The Green Heritage Tourism and Culture Week will also introduce traditional festivals of localities and regions, such as Xoe Dance of the Thai ethnic group, Xoang dance of the Central Highlands, Cham dance of Quang Nam province, and Xam singing of the Red River Delta.
There will be an exchange for students from 6 universities to learn more about Vietnam’s natural heritages and their own role in preserving and promoting this treasure.