We didn't do any strategy either. We only bought tickets for the puppet show in the advertisement at the door, because it was very interesting. The performance can be said to be a surprise. It's really interesting. As we sit closer to the front, we can see puppets rolling up and down in the water. It's supposed that someone is controlling the puppet underwater, but how does he breathe? How to look at the puppet's position on the water is more puzzling. I guess it's a secret that people don't want to be seen through, just like Sichuan's face-changing. The accompaniment music is very Vietnamese, and is sitting by the pool accompanying. The recommendation must be taken a look.
If you come to Vietnam, you can't miss it. In fact, the water puppet show is Vietnamese national skill. This theatre here seems to be okay. Although the stage is not comparatively open, many things can be seen clearly, especially sitting in the front row. You can see that you are in the water. It's hard work. My favorite story is Huan Jianhu. It's also quite interesting.
The so-called "Beishenglong, Nanjinlong" refers to Vietnam's two most famous water puppet theatre troupes. Although water puppet show originated in North Vietnam, it should be authentic in Hanoi, but I think, from the perspective of our tourists, we should not see its subtle differences. Water puppet show, as the quintessence of Vietnam, is just like puppet show's status in Myanmar. I also saw Mandalay puppet show, which is characterized by exquisite puppet, meticulous expression and action, better than details, but too much dialogue in the plot, which is difficult for foreign tourists to understand; water puppet show, the production and manipulation of puppet is relatively simple, but the plot is clear, most reflect traditional rural life, easy to understand, and puppet action exaggerated, often aroused. Water fragments, both sides of the play and singing to set off the atmosphere is just right, better than the lively.
Very special water puppet show, not only the performers who silently manipulate the puppet in the water, but also the dancers who scatter both sides of the stage. With tacit understanding, we show the audience a lot of interesting scenes such as Vietnamese local folk customs, folk songs and so on. The final fireworks show will push the performance to a climax.
It's worth noting that there is a person at the ticket window who specially changes paper tickets for online ticket buyers. The ticket inspector will lead you to designated seats. The third row (with a row of seats in front of the original first row) avoids being splashed by water. Adults and children like it very much.
Very interesting experience, strong recommendation items