At the start of the third lunar month, all Vietnamese people remember their ancestors – the 18 Hùng kings.
Thousands of locals and tourists joined the first ever Pác Bó Returning to Roots Festival held at the Pác Bó revolutionary base in Hà Quảng District, northern province of Cao Bằng on March 6.
Two training ships from the Japan Coast Guard, the JS Setoyuki and JS Shimayuki, and 390 crew members started a three-day friendly visit in Đà Nẵng yesterday.
The annual Lim love duet singing festival, which often takes place on the 13th-14th of the first lunar month, will be marked this year with a festival titled Về Miền Quan Họ (Visiting Quan Họ Region).
HCM City’s most popular attractions during the Tết (Lunar New Year) festival welcomed millions of local and foreign visitors from February 2-10.
The Bình Thủy House in the southern city of Cần Thơ, owned by the Dương family for generations and built in 1870, is a popular stop for both both Vietnamese and foreign visitors.
The annual 2019 Spring Flower Festival opened yesterday at the Tao Đàn Park in HCM City’s District 1.
A series of cultural activities have been organised at historic relics and cultural spaces in downtown Hà Nội’s Old Quarter featuring ancient Vietnamese customs for the Lunar New Year.
Locals of all ages in HCM City spent part of their time during the New Year’s holiday at amusement parks in the city.
Flower growers are busy preparing for the upcoming Tết (Lunar New Year) which will begin on February 5.