A vast majority of Vietnamese people follow particular religions or beliefs. Buddhism takes up the largest proportion followed by some religions such as Protestantism, Catholicism, Caodaism, and Islam. Besides that, folk religions to worship ancestors, Gods, and heroes are widely acknowledged. Vietnamese people give priority to spiritual life; therefore, throughout the country, you can come across many religious establishments. On special days, pilgrims gather at these places and practice sacred rituals.
Cao Daism in Vietnam
Cao Dai religion is both a monotheistic and polytheistic religion that has been established in Vietnam in the early twentieth century.
Roman Catholicism in Vietnam
The Roman Catholic Church in Vietnam belongs to the worldwide Catholic Church, under the spiritual leadership of the Pope and curia in Rome
Buddhism In Vietnam
Buddhism is probably the most popular religion in Vietnam and is mainly of the Mahayana tradition.
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