The event will be enhanced with gong performances by 20 T’rieng people, musical instruments and ethnic folk songs. Tourists will also have a rare chance to enjoy an ethnic bamboo dance of the Thai minority people.
Visitors will be treated to water puppet shows, calligraphy with meaningful words such as Phuc, Loc, Tho (happiness, prosperity and longevity) and Dong Ho paintings. Children will like the clay tigers at the museum.
On February 19, the museum will open the event with a fireworks display and a water puppet show.