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Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre

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Andy
Andy
November 16, 2019
Water puppetry (Vietnamese: Múa rối nước, lit. "Making puppets dance on water") is a tradition that dates back as far as the 11th century when it originated in the villages of the Red River Delta area of northern Vietnam. Today's Vietnamese water puppetry is a unique variation on the ancient Asian…
Thomas
Thomas
October 30, 2019
This theater used to celebrate a peasant art form that began in the rice paddies over a thousand years ago. Puppets were simply carved. Puppeteers would stand in the water of the paddies, using it as a prop. The traditional activities include farming, or legends like the golden turtle and the…
Trang
Trang
October 23, 2019
Water puppet show is fading from the daily life of Hanoians. This is probably the only place left where you can see the beauty of this traditional performance. A must-see! Ranked #13 on Tripadvisor
Nam
Nam
October 10, 2019
Water Puppet is a tradition that dates back as far as the 11th century when it originated in the villages of the Red River Delta area of northern Vietnam. Today's Vietnamese water puppetry is a unique variation on the ancient Asian puppet tradition. Thang Long water puppet is the only theater in…
Sophie
Sophie
September 28, 2019
The ancient art form of water puppetry has long been associated with Hanoi. Watch as puppets dance elegantly, controlled by a whole troupe of puppet masters, telling a story of the famous Legend of the Restored Sword of King Le which is about Hoan Kiem Lake and the giant tortoise. - Opening Hours:…

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Standort
57b Đinh Tiên Hoàng
Hoàn Kiếm Hanoi
Telefonnummer+84 24 3824 9494
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