Located about 10 km way from the Hanoi, on the bank of mighty Red River, Dong Ngac Village (also known as Ke Ve Village) is worth to pay a visit where you have opportunity to explore the well-preserved traces of its past that separate it from the hustling and bustling daily life of Hanoians. The village is famous for being the land of many high-ranking mandarins during the feudal period in Vietnam. As such, visiting the village gives you a chance to learn more about the traditions and customs of a famous land.

An old path in Dong Ngac Cultural Village

An old path in Dong Ngac Cultural Village

Besides, the Dong Ngac Cultural Village has been also famous site due to its huge number of communal houses which is a dignified place where the village’s most important events occurs. The communal house provides a wide range of hundreds- years-old ancient relics such as a set of old paintings from the Le Dynasty (1427 – 1788) which describe the bumper harvests and daily life of local people. The village has many things to see and explore from traditional culture and customs to ancient architecture of traditional village in Vietnam.

An ancient house in Dong Ngac Village

An ancient house in Dong Ngac Village