Ice sculpture exhibition at Dam Sen Park

An ice sculpture exhibition is now available at the Dam Sen Cultural Park in District 10, HCMC, and will last until September 2017.

Experts and artisans from Harbin introduced ice sculpture art to HCMC residents for the first time in 1998. The exhibition was then a very successful one, attracting a large number of visitors. Since then, the park has hosted 17 ice sculpture exhibitions. Ice works have been beautiful, majestic, splendid, and creative in the eyes of visitors.

Featuring "The ice world" as its theme, the 2017 ice sculpture show features 18 ice sculptures of architectures and spiritual cultural symbols in Vietnam and other countries such as Triumphal Arches in France, Lotus Tower in India, Great Stupa in Laos, Basil's Cathedral in Russia, Angkor Wat Temple in Cambodia, Au Gang Maitreya, Ben Thanh Market in HCMC, One Pillar Pagoda in Hanoi, and Dragon Bridge in Danang.

This year's exhibition presents a unique combination of clear crystal and opalescent ice and non-ice art works enhanced by beautiful sophisticated designs at minus 10 degrees Celsius.

Source: VOV5