Duong Lam ancient village is located in Son Tay district, Hanoi, about 44km from the city center. Nowadays, Duong Lam village still retains the basic characteristics of a village in the North with the village gate, banyan tree, water station, communal yard, … with 956 traditional houses.
2. Ethnic Culture Village
As one of the most attractive destinations near Hanoi, the ethnic cultural village is considered a worthy stopover of the northern provinces. More than 40km from Hanoi, Vietnam ethnic cultural village belongs to Dong Mo-Ngai Son eco-tourism area of Son Tay town, Hanoi. This place is known to be the best place to reproduce the daily life of many ethnic groups across the country. Besides, visitors will also enjoy unique ethnic dishes such as: lam rice of the Muong, filter cake of the Tay people, barbecue of the Hmong people …
3. Bat Trang Ceramic Village
Bat Trang Ceramic Village is located on the banks of the Red River, in the Gia Lam district outside Hanoi. This is the oldest pottery village in Vietnam, as well as a place that domestic and foreign tourists must visit once. Bat Trang Ceramic Village famos for the production of various types of ceramics in both types and designs.
4. Van Phuc Silk Village
Situated on the bank of Nhue River, about 10km southwest of Hanoi Old Quarter, Van Phuc silk village is famous for its traditional weaving and premium quality silk products. With more than 1,200 years, Van Phuc is proud to be the most ancient silk village which provides the best silk in Vietnam.
5. Dong Ho Painting Village