Like many other places on the S-shaped strip of land, Binh Dinh is also one of the localities with a thousand-year cultural tradition. The oldest in the history of formation of our country. It is also thanks to that thousand-year cultural tradition. This land of spirit – masterpiece has produced many unique traditional villages. These traditional villages still retain their thousand-year identity to this day. Introducing the Traditional Villages of Binh Dinh below will help you have a better insight into the village’s culture. ancient tourism of Binh Dinh .
Roll call through some traditional craft villages in Binh Dinh
- Traditional trade village of Bau Da Cu Lam and Nhon Loc
- Hoai Chau sedge mat weaving village
- Truong Cuu Rice Paper Craft Village, Nhon Loc
- Traditional craft village of Nhan Thap fine art wood, Nhon Hau
- Phu Gia horse hat making village
- Forging Tay Phuong Danh traditional village, Dam Da
- Dong Chau casting craft village
- Brocade weaving village
- Van Son pottery village
- Tam Quan coir carpet processing village
- Conical traditional craft village
- Bamboo shrimp production
- Traditional craft village Metal casting Bang Chau, Dam Da
- An Nhon village produces incense sticks (incense) and cinnamon
- Spring rolls craft district market
TOP 15 TRADITIONAL VILLAGES IN BINH DINH CANNOT BE IGNORED WHEN TRAVELING TOURISM
1. Bau Da traditional wine village in Cu Lam, Nhon Loc – Traditional Binh Dinh craft village
Bau Da wine is one of the famous specialties of Binh Dinh province, originating from Bau Da hamlet, Cu Lam village, Nhon Loc commune, An Nhon district (about 30km from Quy Nhon). Bau Da wine is distilled from rice by families in the region as an heirloom profession. To have a delicious pot of wine, people have to use persistent rice to cook. Each batch is 5kg of rice, cooked for exactly 6 hours and only distilled from 2.5 to 3 liters of alcohol.
Regarding wine-making equipment, people use curved, hollow hollow bamboo tubers to make wine pipes from the furnace to the jar. Wine jars must be sealed to prevent evaporation. During cooking, it is common to let the fire simmer. However, it is still important to listen to small drops of wine quickly or slowly to add or reduce fire. Because of this careful cooking process, Bau Da wine has a very pure and rich flavor.
Legend has it that it is the basin of water in the region, the convergence of underground water flowing from the heart of the surrounding mountains. Making a reputation, making the aroma, the pungency of indescribable pungency of Bau Da wine.
2. Hoai Chau Bac sedge mat weaving village – Binh Dinh Traditional Craft Village
Seagrass sedge weaving is a traditional profession that has existed for a long time in Hoai Chau Bac , Hoai Nhon district. Weaving mats have many types: wide, narrow, plain and flower mats.
Plain mats are relatively simple because the mats are woven from non-dyed white sedge. Weaving mat is much more elaborate. Projecting flowers in Binh Dinh is not required to make white mat before using a pattern to print flower on top.
Cooked product and dipped strands of sedge, dipped one by one and dried. The colored sedge fibers after drying, are woven into flower mats. Usually on a projection of flowers, in the middle there is the word longevity, double happiness, or hundred years of happiness … And in the four corners, there are four or four large patterns. The four surrounding corners have many decorative patterns, splinting apart the two lines or red or blue. Looks very elegant harmonious.
3. Truong Cuu Rice Paper Craft Village, Nhon Loc – Traditional Binh Dinh Craft Village
Going to Nhon Loc Commune (An Nhon Town) , everywhere we saw the rice paper rolls hanging along the fence on both sides of the road. Truong Cuu is the place that produces the most rice paper, so it is called Truong Cuu rice paper village . Rice paper here is thick and black or yellow depending on the type of sesame people put in the cake.
Like many other villages in baking in Binh Dinh, women in Truong Cuu play a major role in this work. Every day, from dawn, they wake up, soak rice, grind and mix flour. Next, burn the stove and place a large pot of water with a cloth over the top of the pot to make a mold.
Wait for the water to boil, they use a small patch of coconut, scoop the flour and pour it onto the cloth. Rinse with a thin layer and close the lid. Dough “crank” must be even, otherwise the cake will be very thick, very thin place. After a while, they took out a bamboo splint or a big chopstick and picked it out. Spread on bamboo grates, bring to dry. Despite such strenuous work, rice paper is considered a stable profession of pure rural areas.
4. Traditional handicraft village Nhan Thap fine art wood, Nhon Hau – Traditional craft village of Binh Dinh
Handicraft wood turning is a traditional profession in Nhan Thap village , Nhon Hau commune , about 30km northwest of Quy Nhon.
L Ang American Woodworking Tower artisans of old furniture legs only specialized facilities, the office just round the cabinet table, lamp church … When abolishing subsidies and have few young turners market access. Roam on cross-country trains, offering children’s toys or simple wooden decorations. Such as ashtrays, globes, tea pots … are consumed by tourist centers.
The products of the famous village not only by quality. The sophistication but also in the characteristics of Binh Dinh culture. The current village products are not only consumed strongly in the region, neighboring provinces. But also exported to some other countries such as China, Taiwan, Japan, …
Coming to Nhon Hau fine art village, visitors will admire the sophisticated fine art products. Made from the talented hands of skilled artisans here.
5. Horse hat village
Horse hats are one of the specialties of Binh Dinh homeland. Currently, in Cat Tuong, Phu Cat district, there are about 120 households who are engaged in making horse hats. In addition to Phu Gia , neighboring villages such as Kieu Dong and Xuan Quang also do, but mostly in Phu Gia, with about 70-80 households working, accounting for 10% of the total number of households in the village.
According to the village elders, although the profession of making horse hats here is still maintained, it seems that beautiful and sharp hats like a few decades ago are increasingly rare. A horse hat usually has to go through four stages:
– Create love ribs: The roots of the giang tree are taken from the mountains to dry, split into thin strands such as twine. The method of knitting in a basket-shaped style, the hexagonal holes of the follicles form a large piece of maze.
– Ribbed cyst: Put mesophilic piece on the cone cone shape, stitch the bottom follicular rim to create conical ribs. Next is the vertical ribs and horizontal ribs with toothpicks the size of a toothpick. These two stages of making ribs must be done by professional workers so that ordinary hat workers can carry out the following steps.
– Embroidery of patterns on the flanks: Usually embroidery patterns on the themes of dragon, unicorn, regulation, peacock; dimorphic dragon; apricot orchids; verse; couplets or sceneries on the rib cage.
– The last stage is roofing .
6. Tay Phuong Danh Forging Tradition Village, Dam Da
Located in Dam Da ward , An Nhon town , about 30km from Quy Nhon, blacksmithing has existed in Tay Phuong Danh for up to 300 years.
At this time, when agriculture was thriving, there was a need for all kinds of metal tools made from metal. An ancestor, Mr. Dao Gia Tuong brought the profession from the North to the local people to make a living for the local people and to serve the production. Since then, the blacksmith profession has maintained and kept growing.
Every year, to celebrate the birth of the blacksmith, the people of Western Phuong Danh celebrated the Forge Village Festival on the 12th day of the second lunar month. This festival not only brings together households who are working locally but also attracts people from outside the province. In addition, the festival also attracts the participation of craft-related jobs such as iron craft.
7. Bang Chau casting village
Plain casting in Bang Chau (An Nhon, Binh Dinh) is one of the long-standing traditional craft villages. The craft village has many similarities with traditional copper casting villages in the country in terms of mold making, copper cooking, and concocting.
In order to have a complete bronze product, it must go through a number of stages such as taking raw materials, processing raw materials, making molds, constructing and repairing cast houses, foundries, assembling and assembling molds. products and conduct casting techniques.
Over time, copper casting in Bang Chau not only did not fade, but also facilitated development. The people in the village have not only kept the unique characteristics of a traditional trade village, but also turned the traditional job into a legitimate source of profit, contributing to improving the economic and cultural life of the locality.
8. Brocade weaving village in Ha Ri
About 80km from Quy Nhon, Ha Ri is the place with the most BaNa people in Binh Dinh, so it still retains its typical cultural features, especially brocade weaving. When they leave their jobs or when they are off-season, women work hard on the loom to weave the most beautiful brocade cloth for themselves and their families.
Brocade weaving in the former Bana villages , when they had to make their own yarn, every March or April, people went to the field to plant cotton, until August and September, the cotton is harvested. The bolls are dried and then pulled out and turned into fibers.
It takes a month or two to weave a blanket or a cloth that is enough to make a dress for a girl’s skirt.
Currently in each mountainous village in Vinh Thanh there are about fifteen to twenty looms and the same number of weavers, mostly those over forty years old. Today, in addition to products for the family, Ba Na girls in Ha Ri also weave handicraft products such as bags, wallets, scarves, tablecloths …
9. Van Son pottery village
Van Son pottery village lies to the east at the foot of Long Cot mountain in Nhon Hau commune, An Nhon district, about 30km northwest of Quy Nhon. Pottery business here comes from the nearby Nhan Thap pottery village and at least 300 years ago.
At present, in Van Son, pottery-making families are concentrated in Trong and Moi villages. Pottery clay is a white clay without any grit, but only this region has enough types: jars, jars, am, pots, thot, wells, teapots, pots … large and small. There are also little toys for children like: piggy bank, stove, pot, warm for children to play goods. But doing much, best selling is all kinds of flower pots and charcoal stoves.
10. Tam Quan coir carpet processing village
Talking about Binh Dinh coconut tree , people think immediately of Tam Quan coconut , where the folk song of the unknown word has ever resounded:
“Where is the company inherited
? Where is the burden of Tam Quan coconut watering”
Accordingly, the industry of processing products from Tam Quan coconut in Hoai Nhon is also formed, the most prominent product is coir carpet. The products of Tam Qua coir with natural origin, environmentally friendly, beautiful design, rich, durable have been present all over the country and exported to some other countries in the world. gender.
Currently, in order to increase the value for coconut products, in addition to coir mats, establishments produce a number of coconut handicraft products such as dolphins, tortoise, tea boxes from coconut. ; wine racks from coconut stems; hand baskets, flower baskets from coconut stems …
11. Traditional hat village
Called hat Go Gang , by the cone is the wholesale marketplace hat Go Gang (Ward Nhon City, the town of An Nhon), but really, hosiery tradition spread across the village of Binh Duc, Tan Duc Tan Nghi Vinh Phu, Chau Thanh, Phu Thanh, Kieu An … (Nhon Thanh ward, An Nhon town).
The Go Gang hat is now a harmonious combination between the poem hat of Hue and the old horse hat. It saves raw materials, reduces excessiveness, and is suitable for people who have to work under the sun.
The cone is made of bamboo rims, polished like a toothpick, woven into 3 layers of ribs. Outside, the embankment of young embankment is covered with white and regular fragrant train tips.
Each cone should be built with 18-19 leaves of the appropriate age. If the leaf is over-age, it will lead to rain-like yellow hat, thick leafless leaves; young leaves have lots of green veins, making the rough surface lose the smooth, easy feel. The main focal point of the hat business is the Go Gang hat market, which meets regularly from 3 am to 4 am.
12. Bamboo shrimp production
Since ancient times, bamboo has become familiar to every citizen, a symbol of Vietnamese village culture. Many of the daily products of the Vietnamese people are made from bamboo.
Not only that, today, through the skillful hands of craftsmen in the town of Binh Dinh (An Nhon), bamboo has become sophisticated handicraft products with high economic value. Especially the shrimp product made of bamboo is very popular with tourists.
13. Bang Chau traditional metal casting village, Dam Da
The village of metal casting Bang Chau has over 200 years, taught by the ancestor of Nguyen Thien craft village of Y Yen – Nam Dinh. Before 1954, the products of the trade village were very famous and varied in categories such as cast iron pans, copper pots of all kinds, altars, statues, bells, tile molds …
From 1954 to 1975, copper products include vases, censer, worshiping pot, seven pot for rice paper or wine making … After 1975, the product was converted to cast aluminum: kitchen appliances; bronze casting: ship parts such as propellers, propeller shafts; cast iron: bearings, flywheels, water pumps, etc.
About 10 years ago, formed workshops specializing in casting copper, aluminum and cast iron. Aluminum products such as: water pipe connectors, pulleys, bearings, water pump casing …; cast iron products such as: water pumps, flywheels, belt wheels, accessories for outdoor wood industry, decorative lamp posts …
14. An Lam village produces incense sticks (incense) and cinnamon An Nhon
The practice of splitting incense sticks (also known as incense sticks or toothpicks) in the area of Ba Canh, Dap Da ward (An Nhon town) has existed for a long time and when the Go Da Trang Industrial Cluster came into operation, the more this job became. “Eat well, make it”.
Mr. Trinh The Phuc, Head of Ba Canh area, said: “Chewing chuang was originally only in team 10, now it has expanded to the whole region, roughly 380 households, with nearly 800 laborers working in the industry. this. Although the income is not high, on average, each employee earns VND 50,000 a day, 70,000 VND for skilled workers only.
15. Spring rolls making and marketing in district market
Culinary quintessence imbued in the “technology” of making a spring rolls. After wrapping, wrap for about 3 days then “ripen” and eat well. At peeling off, the eye-catching pink red spring rolls is both fragrant and slightly sour. Traditional spring rolls have two types, spring rolls and spring rolls (1/2 kg / tree). Cho Huy spring rolls making technology has not changed since his grandfather’s time till now.
That is how the local spring roll maker retains the quality and reputation of its specialty. Cho Huyen silk rolls also, the main material is made of pure lean pork meat, not mixed with chemicals to create tough, crunchy but still create a fragrant and chewy taste, very delicious.
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