“…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.

Other names: Khach, Han, Tau. Population: 900,185 peopleLocal groups: Quang Dong, Quang Tay, Hai Nam, Trieu Chau, Phuc Kien, Sang Phang, Xia PHong, Thang Nham, Minh Huong, He…Language:  The Hoa or Ethnic Chinese, speak a language belonging to the Chinese, language group (Sino-Tibetan language family).History:  The Hoa have migrated to Vietnam in different periods since the…
Proper name: Tho Population: 1,190,342 people Local groups: Tho, Ngan, Phen, Thu Lao, and PaDi. Language: Tay language belongs to the Tay-Thai language group (Tai-Kadai language family) History: The Tay have been present in Vietnam for millennia, perhaps as early as 500BC. Production activities: The Tay are farmers who have a long tradition or wet…
Proper name: San Chay Other names: Hon Ban, Chung, Trai. Population: 114,012 people Local groups: Cao Lan and San Chi Language: The language of the Cao Lan belongs to the Tay-Nung group (of the Tai-Kadai language family) and the language of the San Chi belongs to the Handicrafts groups (of the Sino-Tibetan language family). History:…
Proper name: Coho Local groups: Xre, Nop (or Tu Nop), Co Don, Chil, Lat (or Lach) and To Ring (or Thai’ring). Population: 92,190 people Language: Coho language belongs to Mon-Khmer group (which is part of the Austroasiatic language family). History: The Coho are permanent inhabitants in the Tay Nguyen region. Production activities: With the exception…
Proper name: Colao Other names: Tu Du, House Ki and Voa De. Population: 1,473 people Local groups:  Colao Sanh (or green Colao), Colao Trang (white Colao), and Colao Do (red Colao) Language: Colao language belongs to the Kadai group, which also includes La Ha, La chi and Pupeo languages (part of the Tai-Kadai language family).…
Name of ethnic group: Chut (Ruc, Sach, Arem, May, Ma Lieng, Tu Vang, Pa Leng, Xe Lang, To Hung, Cha Cu, Tac Cuc, Ymo, and Xa La Vang) Population: 3,829 people (Year 1999) Locality: Minh Hoa and Tuyen Hoa districts of Quang Binh Province. Customs and habits: Though most Chut live a sedentary life, their villages are…
Population: 27,766 people (Year 1999) Locality: Bac Tra My and Nam Tra My districts of Quang Nam Province; Tra Bong District of Quang Ngai Province. Customs and habits: The Co believes that all things have souls, and they worship the souls of rice grains. In former days, the Co lived in long houses built on…
Ethnic group: Cong (Xam Khong, Mang Nhe, and Xa Xeng) Population: 1,676 people (Year 1999) Locality: Muong Te District in Lai Chau province and along the Da River. Customs and habits: The Cong live in houses built on stilts. Each Cong lineage has a leader, its own social taboos, and its own manner of worshipping…
Name of ethnic group: Co Tu (Gao, Ha, Phuong, and Ca Tang) Population: 50,458 people (Year 1999) Locality: Tay Giang, Dong Giang and Nam Giang districts in Quang Nam Province; A Luoi and Phu Loc districts in Thua Thien-Hue Province. Customs and habits: The Co Tu believes in and worships Giang (Genie). The houses are…
Name of ethnic group: Gia Rai (Gio Rai, To Buan, Hobau, Hdrung and Chor) Population: 317,557 people (Year 1999) Locality: Concentrated in Gia Lai Province, parts of Kon Tum Province and northern Dak Lak Province. Customs and habits: The Gia Rai believe in the existence of Giang (Genies) and hold many rituals connected to their…
Name of ethnic group: Giay (Nhang, Dang, Pau Thin, Pu Na, Cui Chu and Xa) Population: 49,098 people (Year 1999) Locality: Concentrated in Bat Xat, Bao Thang and Muong Khuong districts (Lao Cai Province); Yen Minh and Dong Van districts (Ha Giang Province); Phong Tho and Muong Te districts (Lai Chau Province); and Cao Bang…
Name of ethnic group: Name of ethnic group: Gie Trieng (Dgich, Tareh, Giang Ray, Pin, Trieng, Treng Ta Lieng, Ve, La Ve, and Bnoong) Population: 30,243 people (Year 1999) Locality: Kon Tum Province and the mountainous areas of Quang Ninh Province. Customs and habits: The Gie Trieng lives in long houses built on stilts. Houses…
Name of ethnic group: Ha Nhi (U Ni and Xa U Ni) Population: 17,535 people (Year 1999) Locality: Lai Chau and Lao Cai provinces. Also called U Ni and Xa U Ni, the Ha Nhi have about 12,500 inhabitants settling in the provinces of Lai Chau arc Lao Cai. Ha Nhi language belongs to the…
The climate is relatively temperate regions, the annual temperature is 24 ° C, the hottest and coldest average difference of only 5 º C. Dak Nong Province, Vietnam, is located in the southwest of Central region with the average height of 500m above sea level. Topographically, it is relatively flat, a immense plateau with pastures stretching to…
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