Khám phá du lịch hưng yên
- Traditional Festivals
- Festival of Ne Chau Communal House
Ne Chau communal house was built in Ne Chau hamlet, Hong Nam ward, Hung Yen city, under the reign of Tien Le dynasty. The communal house worships 03 Kings named Linh Lang, Cao Son and Le Long Kinh.
- Traditional Villages
- Thu Sy Weaving Fish-Pot Village
About 60 km from Hanoi, Thu Sy commune in Hung Yen province is famous for its local traditional job of weaving fish pots. It takes visitors only 1.5 hours to drive from Hanoi, on Highway 5 and provincial road 200 to this place.
- Cultural and Historical Relics
- Nom village – A Vietnamese Ancient Village
Nom Village in Dai Dong hamlet, Van Lam district, Hung Yen province lies just over 30 kilometers east of Hanoi. The village was formed at the beginning of the Common Era, according to a stele preserved in Nom Pagoda.
- Hung Yen Cuisine
- Chinese Specialties in Pho Hien
Pho Hien famous in the 16th – 17th century is the second largest commercial port in the North. Westerners and Chinese came to Pho Hien to do business, which contributed to form a Pho Hien which was famous for the folk song “The First is Kinh Ky, the Second is Pho Hien”. Especially, Chinese people came to Pho Hien and they brought their specialties like Siu Chau candy and Suzhou Cake to use in their festivals and holidays.