VIETNAM NATIONAL VILLAGE FOR ETHNIC AND TOURISM | LÀNG VĂN HOÁ DÂN TỘC VIỆT NAM | WHAT THE PHO

Vietnam travel: VIETNAM NATIONAL VILLAGE FOR ETHNIC AND TOURISM | LÀNG VĂN HOÁ DÂN TỘC VIỆT NAM | WHAT THE PHO

Today, we will explore the diversity of ethnic groups in Vietnam at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism. My mom and I will be participating in fun activities, eating traditional foods, and visiting historic architecture. I’m so excited to explore more of Vietnam culture. There will be some new Vietnamese words to learn such as Nhà Sàn ỏ Bánh Gai. Hope this video lightens up your day!

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36 Responses to "VIETNAM NATIONAL VILLAGE FOR ETHNIC AND TOURISM | LÀNG VĂN HOÁ DÂN TỘC VIỆT NAM | WHAT THE PHO"

  1. New Vietnamese words in my video:
    👉 Nhà sàn = Houses made of stilts (2:33)
    👉 Nhảy sạp = Bamboo dancing (3:45)
    👉 Bánh gai = Gai sticky rice cake (4:51)
    👉 Thuốc lào = Pipe tobacco (5:52)

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  2. Wow that’s a great video! I enjoyed watching it! The food looks amazing and your mom looks like you so beautiful! Do you have a boyfriend?

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  3. Hi, Van Vu and Mom ( Thao )…, Beautiful video…, like you… * Excellent video and I wish there was ( more ) video…; thank you for sharing the video and Vietnam Culture… Bright, intelligent, and attractive… Mike in Montana P.S.: Beautiful video… 🙂

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  4. Prices are insane! Make a money reform and remove 0000 from all prices. That would make things more easy for foreigners to get a hold on prices. But it also shows how bad the economy is for Vietnam. It reminds me of the extreme prices Zimbabwe and Venezuela.

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  5. Xin chao,your pretty and young mommy was right about this trip saying it was amazing,It reminds me my stay in Vn.during exploring Mekong River Delta when I was visited a thousand Buddist temple on the way to the Mekong River Delta and this trip was amazing as well,next time definitely I'll have to explore this peacefull ethnic village and I should try this yummy food as well.
    Cam on for sharing your pleasant moments in your life,I enjoy watching your videos.Keep up a great job👏👍🌹😀

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  6. Herinsya Ihza Mahendra EIA0I90I8 · Edit

    Hope you visited Indonesia. Then you could try our traditional costumes for female called "Kebaya" and combined with Batik

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  7. We lost our traditional costumes called Hua clothing since Qing dynasty ruling whole China .Now we only can see our traditional clothings at the opera stage.admire nations those still keep their costumes

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  8. Van, is the sticky rice which you referred to 'Bánh gai' similar to Mochi in terms of taste? FYI, the shy plant which you mention is called 'Mimosa pudica' or 'Touch Me Not..Just thought you might want to know. =)

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