NINH BINH TRADITIONAL FESTIVALS

NINH BINH TRADITIONAL FESTIVALS
            Step into the bustling atmosphere of the new year, Ninh Binh province to immersed in the unique traditional festivals and impressive. Visiting Ninh Binh one day and enjoy the unique essence of festival in this potential region. The land is the former capital which attracts many tourists to visit by beautiful scenery and many excellent rich of tourism festival.
Vietnam Eco Travel will introduce you to Ninh Binh traditional festivals:
•    Phu Cho festival in Hoa Lu ancient capital: celebrated on the first day of lunar new year, a famous singer name’s Mrs.Pham Thi Tran will do a performance in this festival. They will sing “ca tru” which is a folk song of Vietnam to commemorate Ngu Lau Dai Vuong.
•    Yen Ve village festival: celebrated on 4th January of lunar calendar in Nguyen Minh Khong temple and Phuc Long pagoda
•    Phu Vat festival in Hoa Lu ancient capital: celebrated on 6th January of lunar calendar to commemorate Cam Tra Dai Vuong
•    Bai Dinh pagoda festival: celebrated annually on the 6th of January of the lunar calendar ( Tet festival time ) in Sinh Duoc village, Gia Sinh commune, Gia Vien district. Like as other festivals, this one comprises two parts: worshiping and entertaining. The worshiping includes the purification and commemoration of heroic martyrs. The entertaining activities take about 3 days, including playing chess, wrestling and more.
•    Ap Lang temple festival: celebrated on 6th January of lunar calendar in Yen lam, Yen Mo.
•    Non Khe village festival: celebrated from 13rd to 14th January of lunar calendar  inYen Tu, Yen Mo.
•    Nhat Tru pagoda festival in Yen Thanh ancient village, Truong Yen: celebrated on 15th January of lunar calendar
•    La temple festival: celebrated from 13rd to 15th January of lunar calendar in Yen Phu village, Yen Mo to commemorate 2 Kings of Vietnam in Tran dynasty.
•    Dau temple festival: celebrated from 20th February to the end of March of lunar calendar in Nam Son, Tam Diep
•    Dich Long pagoda festival: celebrated on 6th and 7th March of lunar calendar. 
•    Thien Ton cave festival: celebrated from 6th to 8th March of lunar calendar.
•    Hoa Lu ancient capital festival in Hoa Lu district: celebrated from 6th to 10th March of lunar calendar.
•    Quang Phuc temple festival: celebrated from 10th to 15th March of lunar calendar to commemorate Cao Son god and Quy Minh god.
•    Thai Vi temple festival in Hoa Lu ancient capital: celebrated from 14th to 16th March of lunar calendar to commemorate the dedication of kings in Tran dynasty.
•    Yen Cu festival: celebrated on 20th August in Khanh Cu, Yen Khanh district.
•    Nguyen Cong Tru temple festival in Kim Son: celebrated from 13rd to 15th November of lunar calendar. This festival is held to commemorate the dedication of the people who made Kim Son district.



P/S: Source by Vietnamecotravel