Top festivals to attend in Quy Nhon, Vietnam

01/10/2019   60  3.5/5 trong 1 rates 
Top festivals to attend in Quy Nhon, Vietnam
Being the capital city of Binh Dinh - province famous for martial arts and long pristine beaches - Quy Nhon undoubtedly celebrates festivals that can link to these aspects. Come to Quy Nhon to join its best festivals mentioned in our article.

 
  • International Vietnamese Traditional Martial Arts Festival

    International Vietnamese Traditional Martial Arts FestivalInternational Vietnamese Traditional Martial Arts Festival

    Held every two years to honor Vietnamese traditional martial arts, especially Binh Dinh traditional martial arts, the festival is the chance for domestic and international martial arts delegations to meet, exchange and discuss about conservation and promotion of Vietnamese traditional martial arts at home and abroad. This is also the opportunity for international friends to more understand the land of Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh with unique traditional cultural values, landscape sites, historical relics and typical traditional craft villages.

  • Summer Sea Festival

    Summer Sea FestivalSummer Sea Festival

    The festival features many cultural and sporting events, such as a futsal tournament for children, martial arts contests, Binh Dinh Golden Chef contest, to select the best local chefs, an art exhibition, a local tourist guide competition, and a workshop on “Solutions to Attract International Visitors and Improve Service Quality in Binh Dinh”. The event is just one of Quy Nhon’s many efforts to develop into a popular destination for domestic and foreign tourists, using its historical and cultural identities, maritime tourism potential, and unique tourism products.

  • Dong Da Festival

    Dong Da FestivalDong Da Festival

    Taking place on the 5th day of the first lunar month in Phu Phong, Tay Son District, Binh Dinh. The festival is to worship and Emperor Quang Trung (Nguyen Hue) and leaders of Tay Son movement. Many of the activities in this festival are drumming competition (Tay Son fighting drum), perform imitative battle, martial art: playing with fighting sticks danh con, di quyen (a Vietnamese form of Kung Fu, a system of unarmed combat using the hands and feet as weapons).

  • Do Gian Festival

    Do Gian FestivalDo Gian Festival

    Celebrated on the 15th day of the seventh lunar month in An Thai Village, An Nhon District, Binh Dinh Province. The festival is to worship Ba (a goddess of the sea). The activities in the festival are praying for good weather, happiness and wealth for villagers; sacrifice-offering ceremony, singing, souls-of-the-dead worshiping and do gian (an old custom of the local people in which the offering is roast pork. When the sacrifice-offering ceremony finishes, roast pork is thrown down from trellis).

Source: Internet

The poster

NgocVan

NgocVan


is member from: 15/10/2018, has 463 posts

COMMENTS

You need login before posting a comment.
No Avatar

There are no comments for this post, why are you not the first?