No matter what time you visit Vietnam, the country always has something interesting to show you. Alongside cultural diversity, Vietnam has a lot of festivals celebrated throughout the year and mostly according to the lunar calendar. The biggest festivals are often taken place at the beginning of the Lunar New Year such as Tet Holiday, Lim Festival, and Hung King Festival. In addition to traditional festivals, there are also a lot of cultural events like Hue Festival and Hoi An Lantern Festival with fascinating performances.
Vietnam's 5 Most Important Festivals & Travel Tips
Vietnam's cultural richness stands out with a variety of traditional festivals.
Mid-Autumn Magic: Vietnam’s Full Moon Festival
Every 15th of the Lunar August, usually around the end of September, countries across Asia celebrate the Mid-Autumn, or Full Moon Festival.
Food for Tet Holiday
What Vietnamese usually eat for Tet holiday.
New Year’s Flowers
Traditional flowers for Tet holiday.
New Year’s Wishes
What people often wish each other