Friday, 01/04/2022 16:29 (GMT+7)
(CPV) - The Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism has organized many meaningful cultural activities, helping promote and introduce humanistic values of the ethnic communities in the Central Highlands. In particular, the unique folk dances have helped the public better understand the region’s culture.
The cultural space of the Central Highlands is spread throughout 5 provinces of Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Dak Lak, Dak Nong and Lam Dong, where many different ethnic groups reside.
For generations, on the occasion of festivals, traditional dances have been vividly and passionately performed by the M'nong people, Dak Nong Province.
For the M'nong people, folk dance is a link that connects the community and helps people get closer together. Dances not only enrich the spiritual life, but are also a way to promote the cultural characteristics of the M'nong people.
The Co Tu ethnic group introduces its typical cultural dance.
The dance is the emotional voice and folk art of the Co Tu people.
In the cultural space of Bahnar ethnic group, artisans perform on traditional musical instruments and dance in front of the communal house during the cultural festival of the Central Highlands ethnic groups.
Bahnar people, Gia Rai province, with traditional dance.
Gia Rai people with their own cultural characteristics, contributing to the diversity of Vietnamese cultural identity.
The folk dance strongly reflects the life and beliefs of the Gia Rai people, Gia Rai province.
Many other folk art and dance activities of ethnic minorities together create a unique cultural space, contributing to preserving and promoting the identity of ethnic groups in the Central Highlands.