Vietnam is not only famous for many tourist attractions but also known for many unique and sophisticated products of traditional handicraft villages in Vietnam.
This article will take a look at some traditional handicraft villages in Vietnam cherished by numerous international friends with products made from sedge, rattan, bamboo and ceramic.
Kim Son – The traditional handicraft village in Vietnam with products made from sedge
Kim Son sedge weaving village belonging to Kim Son district, Ninh Binh province is one of traditional handicraft villages in Vietnam, it brings a positive image of Vietnamese sedge with the uniqueness and national identity.
The most prominent and oldest of the sedge products of Kim Son is sedge mat.
In addition to sedge mats, the local people also produce other unique and sophisticated such as flower vases, carpets, trays, boxes, hats, bags, furniture, kitchen utensils, souvenir with extremely diverse designs.
Phu Vinh – The tradition handicraft village in Vietnam with products made from rattan and bamboo.
Phu Vinh rattan and bamboo weaving village belonging to Phu Nghia commune, Chuong My district, Hanoi city is famous for the beautiful and delicate products made from rattan and bamboo with hundreds of models and types. This is also a tourist attraction.
Typical products made from rattan and bamboo of Phu Vinh such as fashion products (bags), household products (trays, plates, baskets, trash bins), interior decoration (table, chairs, vases).
Bat Trang – The traditional handicraft village in Vietnam with products made from ceramic
Bat Trang ceramic village, located on the north banks of Hong river, belong to Bat Trang commune, Gia Lam district, Hanoi city. Over 500 years of ups and downs, successive generations have preserved, handed down and made the reputation of this village throughout the country and abroad.
Typical products of Bat Trang ceramic village are cups, bowls, vases, pots, censers, paintings.
It can be said that Kim Son, Phu Vinh, Bat Trang are 3 typical examples of nearly 2,000 traditional handicraft village in Vietnam that are still maintaining and operating in today.
Hopefully, through this article, readers will understand more about traditional handicraft village in Vietnam. Wiseart is a distributor of traditional Vietnamese handicrafts made from sedge, rattan and ceramic.
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