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 Bat trang ceramic village
The most famous ceramic village of Vietnam
 Dong ho painting village
Dong Ho is a small village in Thuan Thanh, Bac Ninh province, located on the southern side of the Duong river (30km to the east from Hanoi,) is one of the villages that remains to preserve ancient cultural relies of Kinh Bac area (red river delta, north of Vietnam.) Dong Ho paintings have about 300 years of history in the north of Vietnam.
 Van phuc silk village
A famous silk village in Ha Tay province
 Phu cam conical hat town
Hat-making village Phu Cam (also Phuoc Vinh) lies on the southern bank of the An Cuu River in the centre of the former imperial capital of Hue. It's a village famous for its traditional way of making conical hats for hundreds of years.
 Huong Canh Pottery town
The village is situated on the side of National Highway Two, about one hour drive from Hanoi to the north famous with pottery products
 Ly Nhan blacksmith town
Nobody knows when and how the blacksmith trade started in Ly Nhan Village
 Do Xuyen rattan and bambo village
It is not as busy as other traditional craft villages in Hong River delta region. The endurance and quietness have made Do Xuyen - Phu Tho become a traditional craft village with unique products.
 The Ricepaper Village of Hoa Da
Like other villages in Phu Yen, the people in Hoa Da hamlet, An My commune (Tuy An district) mainly live on the rice plants, and also from this abundant material resource, ricepaper-making has long appeared here and become their traditional occupation passed through many generations up to now.
 Chuong conical hat village
This small village of Ha Tay Province, 40 kilometres on the west of Hanoi, has maintained its reputation for over three centuries. Just like Van Phuc villagers with their fine silks, Cu Da villagers with their soy sauce, Chuong people have their own pride for the famous Non.