|Vietnamese celebrities enjoy the festive season at the Winter Sonata snow village at HCM City’s Youth Cultural House. File Photo courtesy of the organisers|
HCM CITY -- Hundreds of visitors from HCM City and neighbouring provinces are enjoying the Winter Sonata snow village where the temperature is being kept at 10 degrees Celsius.
The village, decorated with millions of LEDs along with other visual and light effects, is set up at the HCM City Youth Cultural House.
“Every corner of the snow village is decorated as a studio for visitors to capture beautiful moments with their friends and families. Many Vietnamese celebrities have visited to experience the festive atmosphere in a temperature of 10 degrees Celsius,” said a representative of the organisation board.
The most impressive scene in the village is “The Wishing Hill” with a background of falling snow flowers and snow-topped mountains in the moonlight.
Hundreds of white artificial Christmas trees are also set up in the village, together with reindeer made of LEDs and huge statues of snowmen.
A scene of a station with a Polar Express train is inside the village.
“My friend and I came to experience the cold in HCM City and were immediately impressed by the beauty of the village,” said Nguyễn Đức Minh, a student at HCM City University of Economics. “We've taken hundreds of beautiful photos for our Facebook and Instagram."
The Winter Sonata snow village will remain open until New Year’s Day, January 1.
The cultural house is at 4 Phạm Ngọc Thạch Street in District 1. Tickets can be purchased at www.ticketbox.vn. -- VNS
|The most impressive scene in the village is “The Wishing Hill” with a background of falling snow flowers and snow-topped mountains in the moonlight.|
|Hundreds of white artificial Christmas trees are set up around the Winter Sonata snow village, together with reindeer made of LEDs and huge statues of snowmen. File Photo courtesy of the organisers|
|Young people enjoy taking photos of the Winter Sonata snow village for Facebook and Instagram. File Photo courtesy of the organisers|