Experience Vietnamese traditional Lunar New Year at Thang Long Imperial Citadel
A cultural display will be held at Thang Long Imperial Citadel from February 4 (or the 23rd day of the 12th month in the Lunar Calendar) to March 1.
20:37, 2021/37/13
Tet customs to be re-enacted in Hanoi
A variety of ancient Tet activities will be re-enacted for locals and international tourists to learn about Vietnamese fine traditions.
17:11, 2020/11/24
Hanoi intensifies efforts to combat smuggling and trade frauds ahead of Tet holiday
Local authorities will maintain inspection works at key areas, including Noi Bai International Airport, Yen Vien train station, ports, wholesale markets and shopping malls.
00:30, 2020/30/07
Ambassadors deliver wishes to Vietnam on Tet occasion
The Lunar New Year or Tet is a significant occasion for Vietnamese people to wish for the best things to come. It is also the sacred time for family gatherings and an important mark for changes, plans, and progress.
09:41, 2020/41/01
Vietnamese enjoy post-Tet
In Vietnam, the saying “the first lunar month of the year is the time for pleasure and relaxation” is learnt by heart by nearly everyone.
16:11, 2020/11/31
Vietnam Rubber Group fears nCoV may erode demand from biggest buyer China
The company is concerned that demand from China, which accounts for half of the group’s shipments of latex, will fall.
20:15, 2020/15/27
Buddhist pilgrims flock to Tay Ho Pagoda on Tet
In the late morning, the number of arrivals to the pagoda increased rapidly. Some came to seek blessings for a prosperous year.
19:55, 2020/55/27
Spring Book Fair launched in downtown Hanoi to celebrate Lunar New Year
During the week-long event, there are also other programs to celebrate the traditional Tet holiday will take place.
19:42, 2020/42/25
Year of the Rat sets foot in Vietnam; joyful Tet celebrations across nation
Tet has arrived in Vietnam and people have many ways to celebrate the biggest festive holiday of the year.
19:43, 2020/43/24
Unlike ordinary days, Hanoi turns tranquil on last day of the Year of the Pig
Streets across Hanoi is more peaceful with a few people and vehicles circulates.
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