Bac Ninh Attractions
6 Best Places to Visit In Bac Ninh
Bac Ninh is renowned as home of Quan Ho, a folk music style of Northern Vietnam, and many festivals that represent Vietnam’s traditional culture. These activities often take place during the Spring Festival, which is usually the period from February to March, creating an influx of visitors from all over the country. Just 80km away from the happening city of Hanoi, Bac Ninh, with its stunning scenery and peaceful ambiance, is ideal for family-picnics as well as backpacking excursions. The most famous heritages of the region are Dinh Bang Temple, Dau Pagoda, Dong Ho Village and Duong River.
If you do not visit Viem Xa Village, you miss half of Bac Ninh.
Dau Pagoda, located in Thuan Thanh district, Bac Ninh province, is considered the oldest Buddhist pagoda in Vietnam according to researchers.
Phu Lang has become a brand name like Bat Trang in terms of pottery and ceramics product.
Do Temple is located in Dinh Bang village, an area known for its religious and cultural traditions.
Dinh Bang village is best known to be the birthplace of Ly Cong Uan- the Great King who first chose Hanoi as the capital in 1010.
Dong Ho Village with its famous paintings has become an aesthetic symbol in Vietnam Culture.
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