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A lovely trip to hear some music and puppets. We didn't get the translation audio guide as we wanted to enjoy the music. If you pick up a programme it is easy to follow. The only downside is the tourists who prefer to film and...More
It wasn't until after the puppet show that we began to learn some of the legends and foundation myths of Vietnam that are portrayed in the 18 sequences of the show. So my advice to people researching their upcoming trip to Vietnam would be to...More
Located at the Central Point of the main tourist hub. They starts with nice traditional Vietnamese music show. Performers are really nice. They show many traditional, religious and folklore type puppet which reflects directly to the Vietnamese religion, traditions and local life. It is one...More
Had absolutely no idea what to expect from this show but booked tickets as it came highly recommended.
We opted for VIP tickets with delivery to hotel as you need to have a paper copy of your ticket. We booked 24hours in advance and the...More
Water puppets and the art of puppetry, go back many centuries..
And the skills of the puppeteer is just wonderful to watch in this small, old theatre..
Young and old will enjoy the make believe story and marvel at how the coordination of both puppeteer...More
The water puppet show is a thoroughly enjoyable hour of entertainment at a very reasonable price. The show, which celebrates ancient Vietnamese tales and culture, is narrated in Vietnamese, as it should be. Anyone who says it should be changed to English is missing the...More
The Puppet show is by the lake where all the action is. Before the show, we had a tasty apple tart and a coffee, then we went to our numbered seats. We payed more by sitting near the front which was well worth it. We...More