Central Highlands cultural days back to Hanoi

As announced by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the second Central Highlands cultural days in Hanoi is scheduled to take place at Vietnam Exhibition Center for Culture and Arts, 2 Hoa Lu Street from August 28th to September 2nd.

As announced by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the second Central Highlands cultural days in Hanoi is scheduled to take place at Vietnam Exhibition Center for Culture and Arts, 2 Hoa Lu Street from August 28th to September 2nd.

The event will feature diverse cultural activities, including an exhibition on the Central Highlands, gastronomy fair, traditional literature and arts, exchanges and seminars and visit. The opening ceremony will be broadcast live on VTV and Hanoi TV channels.

The cultural days coincide with the 67th anniversary of the August Revolution and the National Day. It is jointly organized held by the Vietnam Exhibition Center for Culture and Arts and the Department of Cultue, Sports and Tourism in the Central Highlands, Hanoi and relevant agencies.

The 6-day event seek to honour the tangible and intangible cultural values of ethnic minority groups in the Central Highlands; promote economy and tourism in Central Highlands provinces; encourage ethnic minority people to build cultural life and develop the socio-economy to be worthy of an important strategy of the Central Highlands in the past, as well as national construction and defense.

The Central Highlands is a distinct region in Vietnam with an arid climate, rolling hills and blue skies. It is the scenery and the diverse culture of ethnic minorities living here that draw travelers to this region. The area and its people play a special part in the history of Vietnam and an event called Central Highlands cultural days was first established in Hanoi last year to recognize their contribution. 

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