Phu Tho

Phu Tho is a province located in the center, the transition area between the Northern mountains and the plains, the tip of the delta triangle of the Northern Delta, the confluence of three rivers: Thao River, Lo River, Da River. , surrounded by the Tam Dao and Ba Vi mountain ranges, leaning against the hills and mountains close together like an upside-down bowl at the end of the Hoang Lien Son range, facing the vast and fertile Northern Delta. Phu Tho has many scenic spots such as Bach Hac Junction, Gioi Suoi Tien Pond, Ao Chau Dam, Van Hoi Dam, Thanh Thuy hot mineral water mine, Xuan Son National Park...
Hung Temple - a place of worship for the Hung Kings has become a place to worship Ancestors, a gathering place and to demonstrate the strength and great solidarity of the Vietnamese people today. On this land, 1,372 historical and cultural relics are preserved, including 01 special national relic, 73 national relics, 219 provincial relics and hundreds of unique folk festivals such as temple festivals Hung, Mau Au Co temple festival, Tro Tram festival, Lady Girl procession festival, Hung Lo palanquin procession, Phet Hien Quan festival... along with Xoan and Gheo folk songs. Among them, Xoan singing has been recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage in need of urgent protection; The belief in worshiping Hung Kings in Phu Tho is an intangible culture that represents humanity and is a source of invaluable cultural heritage imbued with the original cultural identity. You can get to Phu Tho by road with National Highway 2, Noi Bai - Lao Cai Highway, Ho Chi Minh Road, railway you can connect from Hanoi station.

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