Tourist Destinations

Co Vien Lau – Imprint in the soul of the Vietnamese homeland

Update: 29/03/2023
Co Vien Lau is one of the tourist attractions located in the buffer zone of Trang An World Heritage Complex and is part of Tam Coc - Bich Dong tourist area, located in Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh province. With old houses imbued with Vietnamese traditional architecture built into a miniature village in the heart of Hoa Lu Ancient Capital, visitors will admire the ancient beauty of traditional houses preserved along the flow of time.

This place is likened to a village in the Northern Delta, preserving many old houses with bold Vietnamese architecture. After the restoration, this village still has communal houses, welcoming newcomers, people's houses, village roads, alleys, village gates, etc. the old houses were built close to each other. Village building materials are mainly used from wood, the upper part is roofed with fish scale tiles. Inside the communal house, columns and trusses are carved with exquisite details and patterns by artisans. The architectural highlight of the pattern on the wood is the lotus flower. The quiet, warm features combined with traditional folk features have brought romantic emotions to visitors.

Coming to the ancient Vietnamese village - Co Vien Lau, visitors seem to be lost in the old times of the country, go back in time and discover the peaceful and peaceful village amidst the majestic mountain nature. The vivid Vietnamese village landscape painting in Co Vien Lau with deep colors becomes closer and more familiar, not just paintings or old stories passed on to each other. In particular, this ancient architectural culture has appeared in music videos of many famous singers. Each simple thatched roof with earthen walls and simple items recreate the typical cultural and historical features of our ancestors through the feudal periods. On the occasion of Tet to spring, Co Vien Lau is also a spring travel destination for tourists from all over the country with traditional costumes imbued with Vietnamese identity.

Source: Trans: Thuy Tien, photos: Xuan Lam - NBTPIC
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