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54 Traditions Under One Roof! Why Vietnam’s Museum Of Ethnology Is Totally Worth The Taxi Ride!

Vietnams museum of ethnology hanoi

Vietnam’s Museum of Ethnology presents an outstanding collection of anthropological artifacts from Vietnam’s 54 ethnic minorities and it’s neighboring countries in South East Asia.  Cultural costume, traditional textiles, handicrafts and tribal art are creatively curated indoors 2 buildings, along side an impressive display of life size ethnic houses and every day objects.  Although the museums location is 20 minute taxi ride from the city center, the Museum of Ethnology is a must for any culture vulture and craft lover visiting the countries capital city and northern rural provinces.


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Weddings & Festivals

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Hoa ethnic wedding 1990

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Lion Costume of the Hoa


Traditional Dress & Textiles


The New South East Asia Building

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Display containing various traditional dress from countries in South East Asia

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Akha Tribal hat from Thailand


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museum of ethnology hanoi vietnamUseful Information

Opening hours: Every day 8:30am – 5:30pm Address:Nguyễn Văn Huyên, Nghĩa Đô, Cầu Giấy, Hà Nội  Map Admission: 30.000 VND ($1.30)  VND Languages: Vietnamese, English and French.

 


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Have you visited the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology  in Hanoi? Do you love ethnic and tribal textiles and costume? Did you meet any of the tribes on your visit to Vietnam? Please share your experiences, ideas and suggestions in the comments box below.

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2 Comments

  • Reply
    stephanie
    April 12, 2017 at 12:27 pm

    I dont think I went to this museum, but I went to a few in Hanoi in 2015. The womans museum was very interesting!
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    • Reply
      Donna
      April 16, 2017 at 7:55 am

      yes i love both museums <3

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