The 8th event has attracted well-known craft villages across the country, displaying their traditional handicraft products, such as ceramics, brocades, silk, terracotta, paper flowers, lanterns, silver and gold jewelry.
Additionally, the festival will see the participation of international cities which have sister and cooperative cities with Hue, and 68 artisans of the associations of crafts business of Japan, South Korea and China.
A wide range of cultural activities will be held during the festival, such as Ao Dai fashion show, food fair, flower festival, exhibitions of lotus and the oriental medicine.
The highlight event is Hue International Hot Air Balloon Festival which will take place from April 27-29, featuring the participation of 10 hot air balloons, from Thailand, Malaysia, Japan, the Netherland, and host Vietnam.
The event aims to honor traditional country crafts and promote Hue’s destinations and world heritages to visitors.