Date: Saturday 18th November 2017
Venue: British International School Hanoi, Hoa Lan Road, Vinhomes Riverside, Long Bien, Hanoi, Vietnam
It is that time of the year again! The 6th annual BIS Hanoi International Festival is around the corner, celebrating the different cultures at our school and raising money to support our charity projects. Last year, the BIS Hanoi International Festival welcomed over 2,000 visitors from a wide-range of nationalities and we expect over 2,500 people to attend this year.
The event is proudly sponsored by Dell Vietnam, ABC International Group, EXO Travel, David Duc Company, Hanoi Home, The Ann Hanoi and Thien Ly Shoes.
At the festival, guests will enjoy exciting live performances by talented BIS Hanoi students and other international schools and organisations in Hanoi. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about other cultural identities and admire traditional dresses from other countries as Russia, South Korea, Japan and England.
The food market is a highlight of the event with many Hanoi restaurants present - O’Leary’s, Doki Doki Sushi Club, Kỷ Y, La Fleur Kitchen, Gelato Italia, Namaste, Little India, etc. They will bring out their most flavourful cuisines and specialties to the event to allow guests to experience tasty dishes from different cultures.
Joining the celebration, visitors can also participate in fun and educative activities such as clay statue painting, face painting, sand art, Henna, etc. Additionally, boutiques such as Quilts & Art, Kym Viet, Tanmy Design, Ekoko Vietnam, 20 Again, Sense Asia, Maison Marou will be selling traditional crafts, natural handmade cosmetics, charming clothing, artisan tea and coffee, stunning embroidery and splendid chocolate, so get ready for a fun morning of shopping!
The BIS community partners will be there to raise awareness of their work and support local charities. Some of these include KOTO, Blue Dragon Children's Foundation, School on the Boat, Education for Nature Vietnam and Asia Animal Foundation.
See you all at our festival!
The British International School Hanoi