Vietnamese Cuisines

Vietnamese Cuisines

Entering the cuisine corner at the Viet Nam Festival, visitors will have chances to indulge in delicious Vietnamese food. Visitors are not only be able to taste various styles of cuisines from different regions in Viet Nam but also can see the recipe and learn to cook the dishes from famous chefs. Different tastes and flavors of phở bò (beef noodle), phở gà (chicken noodle), fresh or fried spring rolls, bánh mỳ kẹp thịt (Vietnamese sandwiches), Vietnamese coffee, etc. will amaze and impress all visitors.

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Arts & Crafts

Arts & Crafts

The arts and crafts stalls exhibit a full collection of Vietnamese handicraft products and art pieces, such as souvenirs made from Vietnamese brocades, handmade decorated conical hats, painted traditional theatre bamboo masks, sand paintings, etc.

In the arts and crafts stalls, visitors can experience by themselves the atmosphere of Vietnamese culture by joining various traditional interactive games, such as: to paint bamboo dragonflies, to decorate conical hats, to print Đông Hồ folk woodcut paintings, to make sand paintings or to try on áo dài (Vietnamese national costumes) and take photos, etc.

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Fine Art Exhibition

Fine Art Exhibition

“Gems of Viet Nam” exhibition by Hanoi Art House displays a unique collection of lacquer, oil, silk and Dzó paper paintings by famous Vietnamese artists. The paintings illustrate Vietnam’s beautiful landscapes and its people. Vietnamese lacquer work found in ancient tombs in Vietnam, date as far back as the 3rd and 4th centuries B.C. Lacquer painting is created on wood, covered with several layers of lacquer. Artists apply additional materials such as plant ash, eggshells, gold and silver to beautify their artworks.

Visitors will also have an opportunity to understand more about Vietnamese modern fine art through the special selection of oil, silk and Dzo paper paintings on show.

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