Every year, a lot of visitors from all over Vietnam participate in a national festival - Hung King Temple Festival - an offering ceremony in honor of Hung Kings, who are the traditional founders of the nation and became its first emperors. For thousands of years, this festival is held annually from the 8th to the 11th days of the third lunar month with many activities.
This is one of the most meaningful and anticipating traditional gathering festival.
In this article we will introduce to you some good-to-know customs when Tet (Lunar New Year) comes, and hope that you can have a better insight of the Vietnamese when traveling here.
We hope this FAQs list will give you some valued tips on how to enjoy Tet just like the local does, especially for those who are going to visit Saigon and Mekong Delta.
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