While Duong Lam and Uoc Le villages symbolize the northern plains’ ancient architecture, Phuoc Tich and Tuy Loan reflect cultural characteristics of the central region.
The ancient village of Phuoc Tich in a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere.
The village had been famous for ceramic production. Pictured are some antique water jars produced in Phuoc Tich.
Phuoc Tich is located in Phuoc Phu hamlet, Phong Hoa commune, Huong Dien district in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue.
Tuy Loan ancient village is located close to Tuy Loan river.
Scenic view of Tuy Loan village with a communal house, banian tree, river wharf and a vast stretch of green rice fields.
The village is situated in Hoa Phong commune, Hoa Vang district in the central province of Quang Nam.
K’Tu is the oldest village in the Central Highlands’ province of Kon Tum. Pictured is the pristine beauty of K’Tu village with a mountain range and rice fields.
View of house on stilts and a communal house of Ba Na ethnic minority group.
K’Tu village is situated in Dak Ro Wa commune, Kon Tum city in the Central Highlands’ province of Kon Tum.
The entrance to Loc Yen ancient village.
Ancient houses among green trees and a vast stretch of rice fields.
Loc Yen village is located in Tien Canh commune, Tien Phuoc district in the central province of Quang Nam.