The 5th cherry blossom festival 2020 will be held in the capital city in March, according to the municipal Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
The 2019 cherry blossom – Yên Tử yellow ochna flower festival will open at the Yên Tử Trúc Lâm culture centre in Quảng Ninh Province’s Uông Bí City tomorrow (March 9).
The Hà Nội People’s Committee and Japan’s AEON Group planted 1,000 new cherry blossom trees in Hoà Bình Park on Saturday, raising the total number to 1,700.
About 7,000 sakura cherry blossom branches transported from Japan by air and a number of Vietnamese flowers will be put on display in downtown Hải Phòng as part of the Japanese cultural exchange in the northern coastal city to be held from Friday to Sunday.
More than 8,000sq.m of special-use forests were destroyed in just three months between July and September in Đông Mệt Village, Pá Khoang Commune, Điện Biên District, in the northern mountainous province of Điện Biên.
Over 150 Japanese cherry blossom trees will be on show during the Việt Nam-Japan Cultural Exchange Programme and cherry blossom exhibition that will take place at Lý Thái Tổ Garden on March 10-12.
Various Japanese bands and artists will perform in the Cherry Blossom Festival this weekend to celebrate the mutual understanding and friendship between the two countries.
The golden apricot flowers in Yên Tử mountain will be displayed for the first time at the 2016 Hạ Long cherry blossom festival, which will take place in Ha Long City in the northern province of Quảng Ninh from March 18 to 21.