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From the Kinh to the Khmer, Vietnam is home to a rich tapestry of cultures and ethnic groups. In this post, we'll introduce you to some of the most prominent ethnic groups in Vietnam and tell you a little bit about their history, culture, and traditions. The Kinh photo: Nguyễn Hoàng The Kinh people of Vietnam are a dominant ethnic group in the country. They make up over 85% of the population and account for…

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This is a must-read for anyone planning to travel to Vietnam and wanting to learn more about the country's unique heritage.

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I love how diverse one group of people can be. They may be similar in appearance but their culture, traditions, etc. are so vastly different and beautiful. 

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I was not aware of there being this many differences according to the regions found around Vietnam. This is very cool stuff! I would love to learn more. 

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They may be similar in appearance

On the contrary, every minority has different costumes, especially the women; that's how you can determine which one they are: Black H'mong (black costume), Green and  Blue Hmong, Flower H'mong (multicolor costume with many stylised small flowers, White Thai (white skirt and white blouse), Black Thai (white skirt and black blouse), Red Dao (big red turban), etc.

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Your comment is an excellent reminder that we should avoid lumping all minority groups together, as each has its own distinct traditions and customs.

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As a travel expert, I can say that a visit to Vietnam would be incomplete without getting to know the different ethnic groups that call this country home

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I will be honest, I did not know there was this much diversity in Vietnam. On the surface, you would not know it. Not unless you knew what to look for in different locations. This is really cool!

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Why are the Khmer in Vietnam, and what is their culture like?

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I'm curious to find out! From what I hear, the Khmer have a strong connection with the land and a rich cultural history that's worth exploring. I'm excited to learn more about them and their culture in Vietnam!

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Why can't we just all get along and learn to speak the same language?

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Nice article, I learned a lot about the different ethnic groups in Vietnam. The article was well-written and had good information.

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