“…a world where the colors are more vivid, where the landscapes are bolder, the coastline more dramatic, where the history is more compelling, where the tastes are more divine, where life is lived in the fast lane.”, said Lonely Planet, one of the most famous tourism digital news  in the world, about Vietnam. Truly so, having thousands of attractions including culture, nature and adventure, nightlife, national parks, villages, heritages along the S-shaped land, Vietnam is an extremely charming destination for tourists worldwide.

Name of ethnic group: La Hu (Xa La Vang, Co Rung, Khu Sung, and Kha Quy) Population: 6,874 people (Year 1999) Locality: Muong Te District of Lai Chau Province. Customs and habits: The La Hu live in villages built on mountain slopes. These houses are level with the ground and divided by bamboo partitions. The…
Name of ethnic group: Lao (Lao Boc and Lao Noi) Population: 11,611 people (Year 1999) Locality: Concentrated in Dien Bien City (Dien Bien Province); Phong Tho and Than Uyen districts (Lai Chau Province); Song Ma District (Son La Province). Customs and habits: The Lao worship their ancestors and are influenced by Buddhism. The Lao often…
Name of ethnic group: Lo Lo (Mun Di, Lo Lo Hoa and Lo Lo Den) Population: 3,307 people (Year 1999) Locality: Dong Van and Meo Vac districts of Ha Giang Province, Bao Lac District of Cao Bang Province and Muong Khuong District of Lao Cai Province. Customs and habits: The Lo Lo mainly worship their…
Name of ethnic group: Lu (Nhuon and Duon) Population: 4,964 people (Year 1999) Locality: Phong Tho and Sin Ho Districts of Lai Chau Province. Customs and habits: The Lu practice Buddhism. After their dead is buried, the family hold a rite which brings the dead's soul to the pagoda. The Lu lives in houses built…
Name of ethnic group: Ma (Chau Ma, Ma Xop, Ma To, Ma Krung, and Ma Ngan) Population: 33,338 people (Year 1999) Locality: Lam Dong Province. Customs and habits: The Ma live in bons (villages). Each bon is comprised of five to ten elongated houses. The chief of a bon is called the quang bon. The…
Name of ethnic group: Mang (Mang U and Xa La Vang) Population: 2,663 people (Year 1999) Locality: Sin Ho, Muong Te, Phong Tho districts of Lai Chau Province; and Muong Cha District of Dien Bien Province. Customs and habits: The chief of the village, together with the council of the oldest men, takes responsibility for…
Name of ethnic group: M'Nong (Bru Dang, Preh, Ger, Nong, Prang, PJam, Kuyenh, Chil Bu Nor, and M'Nong Bu Dang) Population: 92,451 people (Year 1999) Locality: Concentrated in the southern parts of Dak Lak and Dak Nong provinces, and parts of Lam Dong and Binh Phuoc provinces. Customs and habits: The M'Nong live in houses…
Name of ethnic group: Muong (Moi, Mual, Moi, Moi Bi, Au Ta and Ao Ta) Population: More than 1,137,515 people (Year 1999) Locality: The largest population is concentrated in Hoa Binh Province and the mountainous districts of Thanh Hoa Province. Customs and habits: In former days, the "lang dao" system characterized Muong society. The "lang…
Name of ethnic group: Ngai (Ngai Hac Ca, Lau Man, He, Sin, Dan, and Le) Population: 4,841 people (Year 1999) Locality: Quang Ninh, Bac Giang, Bac Ninh Lang Son, Cao Bang, Bac Kan and Thai Nguyen provinces. Customs and habits: A typical Ngai house consists of three rooms. All families have ancestor altars, and all…
Name of ethnic group: O Du (Tay Hat) Population: 301 people (Year 1999) Locality: The O Du live in the villages of Kim Hoa and Xop Pot in Kim Da Commune, and the rest live in nearby villages in Tuong Duong District, Nghe An Province. Customs and habits: The O Du live in small families.…
Name of ethnic group: Pa Then (Pa Hung and Tong)Population: 5,569 people (Year 1999)Locality: Concentrated in communes of Ha Giang and Tuyen Quang provinces.Customs and habits: Pa Then houses are built either on stilts, level with the ground, or half on stilts and half on the earth. Marriage is strictly forbidden within the same lineage.…
In spring, when the apricot flower forest blooms out with white, it signs a wedding season coming with brocade colors in many villages throughout the North West and North-East. The Mong has custom taking his beloved girl to home to become his wife (as robbing wife) As a young man who knew a girl and…
Proper name: Anak Ede. Other names: Anak, Ea De, Ra De (or Rha De), E De, Egar, De. Local groups: Kpa, Adham, Krung, Mdhur, Ktul, Dlie, Hrue, Bih, Bio, Kah, Kdrao, Dong Kay, Dong Mak, Ening, Arul, Hwing, Ktle, Epan… Population: 194,710 people. (1999 census). Language: The Ede language belongs to the Malayo-Polynesian group (Austro-nesian language family). History: The Ede have…
Name of ethnic group: Xtieng (Xa Dieng)Population: 66,788 people (Year 1999)Locality: The Xtieng live in four northern districts of Binh Phuoc Province and in Dong Nai and Tay Ninh provinces.Customs and habits: The Xtieng live a sedentary lifestyle. Each family builds its own house. Each village is led by an elderly man who must be…
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