Hung King Festival is one of the most important festivals, which is held on the 10th day of the third month in lunar calendar. The purposes of the festival are to commemorate the merits of Hung Kings and celebrities in the course of building the country.
International Labor Day is an opportunity to express the solidarity of the working class and working people throughout the world for the victory of peace, freedom, democracy and social progress.
Vietnam National Day not only marks the turning point in the history of the nation, but also takes a great significance strongly impacting patriotism, independence struggles of oppressed people worldwide.
Western New Year in Vietnam is one of important holidays in Vietnam. The celebration of New Year according to Gregorian calendar becomes popular in Vietnam in recent years. Vietnamese people hold many interesting activities on the first day of a new year.
Vietnamese Lunar New Year is the most important festival in Vietnam. It is celebrated from the end of the 12th lunar month to the 1st lunar month of the New Year. Tet is also the longest holiday which can last for about seven days.
Christmas in Vietnam becomes an important event during a year. Although the festival is organized in the country with the dominance of Buddhism, it is favored and greatly celebrated by Vietnamese Christians in particular and Vietnamese people in general.
Hanoi egg coffee is not simply just a favorite drink of Hanoian and tourists, but also a traditional cultural feature inherited over generations. With AloTrip in Hanoi City tours, travelers as coffee lovers will have a chance to explore the special drink.
April and May seem to be an ideal time to travel Vietnam when the whole country has national days off. Hanoi, Sapa, Halong Bay, Hue, Da Nang, Hoi An, Nha Trang, and Ho Chi Minh City are top ideal destinations in Vietnam during these days.