Cham Ethnic Group

The Cham ethnic group, also called Chiem Thanh, Hroi live in Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan provinces. The Cham also live in An Giang, Tay Ninh, Dong Nai provinces, and Ho Chi Minh City. The Cham follow Islam and Brahmanism. Brahmanism’s doctrines draw chamabout three-fifths of the Cham population in Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan Provinces.[…]

Bru Van Kieu Ethnic Group

The Bru Van Kieu ethnic group, also called Tri, Khua, Ma-Coong live  in the mountain regions of Quang Binh, Quang Tri, and Thua Thien-Hue provinces. The Bru – Van Kieu live in small houses on stilts. These villages are usuallybruvankieu located near rivers or streams and are always arranged along the water current flows. The houses[…]

Brau Ethnic Group

The Brau ethnic group, also called Brao live in Dak Me Village, Bo Y Commune, Ngoc Hoi District, Kon Tum Province. The Brau have a tradition of tattooing their faces and bodies and filing theirbrau teeth. Their houses are built on stilts. Young men and women are free to choose their partners. The wedding ceremony is[…]

Bo Y Ethnic Group

The Bo Y ethnic group, also called Chung Cha, Trong Gia, Tu Di, Tu Din, Phu Na live in Lao Cai, Yen Bai, Ha Giang and Tuyen Quang provinces. Ancestor worship is the basis of Bo Y religion. The Bo Y live in houses bo ybuilt on the ground. There is always an extra room in[…]

Ba Na Ethnic Group

Ba Na ethnic group live in Kon Tum Province and the western parts of Binh Dinh and Phu Yen Provinces. They also have other names including To Lo, Krem, Con Kde, Ala Cong, Krang, bana. The Ba Na lives in houses built on stilts. In each village, there is a communal house called rong which stands out[…]

Mai Hich Homestay – Mai Chau

Mai Hich homestay is located in Mai Chau district, Hoa Binh province, northern Vietnam, about four hour drive from Hanoi city. While Mai Chau becomes a hot, popular place for both Vietnamese and foreign tourists, Mai Hich is new destination for those looking an off the beaten path trip in Vietnam. Mai Hich is enriched[…]