Today: 02/10/2022 04:19:44 (GMT+7)

Ban flower festival to bring beauty of mountains to capital

For the first time, 300 of ban (orchid) flower trees from the northwest mountainous region are on display at Hanoi Museum. The museum is hosting the first Ban Flower Festival, which runs until April 14 aiming to honour and preserve the cultural heritage of ethnic groups.

The festival also promotes tourism potential and strengthening contributing to socio-economic development in the region.

Poet Duong Dinh Trong was also present at the festival very early. “I am very happy to attend the festival featuring Thai culture,” Trong said.

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Three hundred orchid flower trees have been brought to Hanoi to be part of the city's Orchid Tree Flower Festival.

“As a citizen of the capital, I hope there will be more festivals, not only of the Thai people but also that other ethnic groups will be organised in Hanoi so people can understand more about the culture of ethnic groups in Vietnam.”

Household daily objects of Thai ethnic group such as a jar of wine looms and bamboo tubes to get water to create a vivid space of the northwest culture to impress the festival-goers.

About 200 booths are set to popular speciality and culinary of the northwest region. The ban flower trees are being taken care of by experts to ensure they stay fresh. Each tree has information attached to it to reveal their origins.

Ban Flower Festival, known as Xen Muong, is organised annually by the Thai ethnic group in the northwest provinces in the second Lunar month to coincide with ban flower bloom.

The festival shows the respect of the gods and the heroic people and it is also an opportunity to pray for happiness and prosperousness.

The first Ban Flower Festival is held by Tay Bac Investment Promotion & Trade Fair to raise fund for bridge building for children going to school and clean water in the mountainous provinces.

The festival is running at the Hanoi Museum, Pham Hung Road, Nam Tu Liem district.


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Source: VNS/VNA

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