The actual departure date is 20 December 2018, with the tour priced from $3620 per person, twin share. The town of Gia Nghia in the central highland province of Dak Nong will host the festival that celebrates Vietnamese brocade art. The activities and performances at the festival emphasise the need to preserve minority culture and art, as well as introduce tourism potential.
In addition to all of the activities, there will be many brocade weaving demonstrations to honour the Vietnamese brocade culture. Brocade is traditionally made from a cotton and flax yarn material found in the forest. Its patterns are dyed in natural colours. The patterns on brocade fabric often reflect the traditions of ethnic groups. The brocade weaving tradition is preserved and inherited in each ethnic family by women. The festival will include folk games and art performances. firstname.lastname@example.org