Vietnamese Ethnic Groups

  • The Cham ethnic group
    The Cham, who have lived along the coast of central Vietnam for a long time, possess a rich culture profoundly influenced by Indian culture. Until the 17th century, the Cham had successfully maintained their own nation, known as Cham Pa.
  • The Bahnar Ethnic Group
    The Bahnar are long-term inhabitants of Truong Son-Tay Nguyen central highlands. They have created a unique local culture and their own socio-culture identity, perform a charming Vietnamese Culture.
  • The Hoa ethnic group
    Language: The Hoa or Ethnic Chinese, speak a language belonging to the Chinese, language group (Sino-Tibetan language family).
  • The Khmer ethnic group
    Language: The Khmer speak a language belonging to the Mon-Khmer language group. History: Before the 17th century, the Khmer and their culture dominated the Mekong delta.
  • The Gia Rai ethnic group
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  • The Ede ethic group
    Language: The Ede language belongs to the Malayo-Polynesian group (Austronesia language family).
  • The Dao ethnic group
    Dao people originally came from China, immigrating between the 12th or 13th century and the early 20th century.
  • The H'mong Ethic
    Language: The Hmong speak a language that belongs to the Hmong – Dao language family.
  • The Thai ethnic group
    The Thai originated from inland Southeast Asia where their ancestors have lived ancient times.
  • The Nung Ethnic Group
    Language: The Nung language belongs to the Tay-Thai language group (Tai-Kadai language family), and is in the same group with the Tay, Thai, and Choang of China.