Vietnamese holidays are always very colorful. They are accompanied by dances and games, culinary delights and interesting rituals. We want to tell you about the most important festivals and holidays that are held in the country. If your trip to Vietnam coincides with one of them, be sure to visit these events.
Vietnamese New Year Tet is a great traditional holiday, completely different from the classic European New Year. Of course, a festive table and decorations are present, but they're quite different. Vietnamese New Year Tet also has its own unique traditions of celebration, and every traveller, coming to Vietnam during this period, will certainly experience them. The dates of Tet celebration differ from year to year and we, of course, give them in our article (for the next few years).
National Day is one of the main holidays of the country. It is celebrated on the 2nd of September everywhere with parades, rallies, concerts. The cities are decorated with red flags with hammer and sickle, flags of Vietnam, portraits of Ho Chi Minh.
Mid-autumn festival in Vietnam is a special time devoted mainly to children. The holiday is accompanied by delicious moon cakes, lion and dragon dances, children's parade with lanterns and admiring the Moon.
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