Tho Ha Village, Bac Giang, VietnamAncient villages in Vietnam include lovely traditional villages in the country. Paradissa focus on the villages with important history, with traditional architectures and cultural traits. Visiting these old villages in Vietnam with Paradissa, you'll gain a broader perspective of the country and the Vietnamese people. After a trip, you'll have a different insight of Vietnam.

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  • Tho Ha Village is in Bac Giang Province, 50km north of Hanoi. The village used to specialize in making pottery wares. In the 1980s, the villagers abandoned the old tradition and adopted new ones: making rice noodles, rice crackers… Vietnam is fast in advancing forward yet visiting Tho Ha you can find remains of the past blended into the present shaping up something traditional…