The rich handcraft culture is one of Vietnam’s hidden treasure and heritage.
Incense and canonical hat crafting in the imperial city of Hue. Villages in Hue were famous for their artistry in producing high quality incense for over 700 years and had supplied the delicate craft to the Vietnamese royal dynasty.
Pottery crafts from the Bat Trang village in Hanoi. The Red River Delta provided the village with high quality clay to craft the most sought-after ceramic products in the country.
Coral sculpting and pearl cultivation in the island of Phu Quoc. Artisans hand sculpted large corals into elaborate 3D art along with cultivating pearls in the local coast and turning them into precious accessories.
Rattan, bamboo, and seagrass home décor crafts in Ninh Binh region. The picturesque town also known as the ‘Ha Long Bay on Land’ or also the set Hollywood blockbuster ‘Kong: Skull Island’ is famous for crafting delicate natural material products for more than 300 years. This craft has reached an international level of recognition and is one of the biggest export for the country.