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.
Tet Nguyen Dan is the most important and biggest Vietnam holiday. The holiday is prominent across the country. Tet Nguyen Dan is the transition moment between the old year and the New Year. It is also the change of natural landscapes.
Vietnamese Tet holiday is one of the most important events of locals. Having a chance to explore Vietnam cuisine will be an interesting experience. In Tet holiday, the traditional cuisine is more appreciated in both appearance and meaning.
Hanoi Old Quarter has been known as the cultural and historical center of Hanoi. To welcome Lunar New Year, in the Old Quarter, there are many interesting and meaningful cultural events taking place.