TAG : celebrate Tet

  • UP for GRABS

    UP for GRABS

    The main goal of games at some spring festivals in Vietnam is to seize an object and carry it safely over a finish line of sorts.


  • NGUYEN HUE Flower Street

    NGUYEN HUE Flower Street

    An annual event held in celebration of Tet, the Nguyen Hue Flower Street 2018 presents HCMC as a city of development and integration while still preserving its traditional culture. Flowers are on show along the 720-metre-long street in the downtown area, with hundreds matching this year’s three main themes: ‘Spring in the City’, ‘Integration and Development’, and ‘Reach Out to the Future’. 2018 is the Year of the Dog in the oriental calendar, so organisers selected the Phu Quoc Ridgeback as the mascot for this year’s celebrations. The area around the statue of President Ho Chi Minh will display yellow apricot trees (a typical flower during Tet in the south of Vietnam) and peach trees (typical of the north). The Flower Street will be installed over the course of 15 days, from 29 January to 13 February, and will officially open to welcome visitors on the evening of 13 February.

  • In the spirit

    In the spirit

    Enterprises, media, and local authorities all work hard on promoting Vietnam’s traditional culture during Tet.




    Hanoi is at its finest when everyone heads elsewhere to celebrate Tet.


  • Tales of Tet

    Tales of Tet

    Tet can be an unusual experience for tourists and expats in Vietnam and for myriad reasons.




    The Dao people of Lao Cai celebrate Tet with a number of special dances for the gods and ancestors.


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