Thăng Long Royal Citadel will be decorated brilliantly to celebrate Tết (Lunar New Year) with flowers, lanterns, conical hats and calligraphic works as a spring festival will run from today until February 2.
Hà Nội will hold 15-minute firework shows across the capital to welcome Tết, the Lunar New Year festival, in January.
A music and art programme will light up HCM City's Nguyễn Huệ walking street every weekday from 5.30pm to 11pm.
How can Vietnam develop its own rich cultural traditions and transform them into world class festivals?
The Central Highlands has found itself the ‘last resort’ destination for impoverished people from across the country seeking a new life on the area’s fertile soil in recent years.
One of the remarkable aspects of Tết is that it celebrates both personal and national identities. To celebrate Tết is to be Vietnamese.
Upcoming events in HCM City and southern provinces for Tết