A peaceful Hanoi on the first day of Tet Holiday
A few people go out for a stroll to enjoy the peaceful and pleasant atmosphere as many streets of the city are quiet and deserted.
A bustling Hanoi has turned to a more peaceful and quieter scene on the first day of the Tet holiday, the country’s largest festive period in a year.
| In the morning of the 1st day of the Lunar New Year, the normally crowded streets in downtown Hanoi are so quite with few motorbikes.|
| Local people enjoy a rare peaceful moment near Hoan Kiem Lake (Sword Lake).|
| Cha Ca street.|
| Nhat Tan bridge.|
| A corner of Yen Phu street.|
| O Quan Chuong gate on Hang Chieu street, which was part of the wall east of the ancient Thang Long citadel.|
| Dong Xuan market.|
| A female cleaner at work on the 1th day of Tet.|
| In a fast-moving world, Hanoians can now slow down and enjoy a slow-paced life during a week-long Tet. |
| No more traffic congestion in the morning.|
| Riding bicycle on the first day of Tet is the habit of many locals.|
| Luong Van Can street. |
| People strolls down the street and capture beautiful moment of life.|
| Most people are complying with anti-Covid-19 measures.|
| People taking photos near Hoan Kiem Lake.|
| Peaceful moment at Ly Thai To garden.|
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