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Traditional Ethnics Groups in Laos

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Traditional Ethnics Groups in Laos
A true mosaic of ethnic groups, Laos has 130 different ethnic tribes divided into four language groups. Some of the tribes may only have a few hundred members and are only found in Laos. These smaller tribes are considered to be in danger of being engulfed by more dominant larger groups. If this happens, then their language and customs will disappear. For those who don’t have any written records, this disappearance can happen very quickly.

My Son sanctuary relic

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On the way to Duy Phu province, Duy Xuyen district with My Son relic-the most typical place of Cham Pa culture in Quang Nam. In the first centuries on the central strip – Vietnam travel has developed a unique culture of Champa. In particular, the region of Quang Nam, once called Amaravati, mentioned in the ancient inscription as the heart of the kingdom of Champa. In 1898 a French man named C Paris discovered the My Son temples discreetly located in a narrow valley, in the middle of the dense forests. Not long later, the scientists of French Far East institute came there to study the inscriptions and architecture and sculpture works in My Son. Also they reveal the secret of My Son holly land and showed that this is the most spectacular religious relic, bearing the most typical characteristics of Champa. It was continuously built for over 1000 years. The relics of over 70 temples and towers have been listed by the UNESCO as the world cultural heritage in 1999.

Hoi An Lanterns

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Daily life of ancient town residents with the customs, religious activities, folk art and cultural festivals are still preserved and developed spontaneously and comprehensively. The villages, the practices, the cultural activities are still taking place among the bustle of a tourist destination. That attracts tourists here to experience a day as Hoi An people, making lanterns to hang on the porch or drop lights to bring their wishes in life to the River.

Temple of Guan Gong

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The temple of Guan Gong was formed in the 17th century which means it was built in 1653. It is o typical relic of Hoi An and also a religious center of Hoi An people. In the 17th century, Hoi An was considered the busiest commercial port of Cochinchina, the place where very crowded boats came and left. That means it is very convenient, which is a reason why a lot of people come to our Vietnam travel. On the road we went, people came by boat, when it was time to go, they brought the Guan Gong statue with them, a small one only, to pray for good luck and for arriving at their destination safe and sound. Arriving there, they immediately set up a small temple. The temple was only made of bamboo. After that, the community of Vietnamese people, living in Hoi An for 30-40 years, developing their business in such favourable conditions, cooperated to build such a large temple like this!

Hoian Folklore Museum

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We visit the Museum of Folklore in Hoi An at No. 33, Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, the biggest and most beautiful house in the ancient town. We choose this place as the first destination in the journey because this is the house with typical architecture in the ancient town. Images, objects and performances here will provide us an overview of the architecture and folklore culture of Hoian. Surely this would be a great start for tourists to this land.

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