Shares finished higher during the final trading session prior to Tết holiday on Friday, propped up by the growth of the banking and textile stocks.
Vietnamese shares declined on Wednesday, dragged by market heavyweights as selling pressure increased significantly towards the closing minutes of trading.
Shares ended higher on Wednesday thanks to the growth of the banking stock group but liquidity remained at a low level as investors held back from making further purchases ahead of the Tết holiday.
Vietnamese shares on Tuesday reclaimed ground lost in the previous day's sharp sell-off as large-caps were picked up by bargain-hunters.
Vietnamese stocks logged their biggest daily drop since mid-January as losses in large-cap and financial securities stocks outweighed the boost from banking shares.
Shares rose strongly in the latter half of the afternoon session, lifting the VN-Index up 1.56 per cent to close Thursday at 1,465.30 points.
Shares plummeted on Tuesday despite the growth of some major blue chips as negative information continued to weigh on small and medium cap stocks.