Ha Noi Spring Fair 2020 to highlight vegetarian food
The 2020 Spring Fair, themed “A vegan Tet (Lunar New Year Festival)”, will be held for the first time at the Viet Nam Exhibition Centre for Culture and Arts in Ha Noi from January 13-19, 2020.
Sun World to offer 1,000 free entrance tickets during Tet
Sun World, the entertainment brand of Sun Group, are to offer 1,000 free entrance tickets to all its park nationwide during the upcoming Lunar New Year festival (Tet).
Lunar New Year Festival – Traditional festival of Vietnamese people
(TITC) - Lunar New Year Festival (Tet Nguyen Dan or Tet) is the biggest, most long-standing and popular traditional festival of Vietnamese people. Tet falls from the eve of the…
Airlines offer low fares for New Year flights
 The low-cost carrier Air Asia and the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines will offer a huge quantity of ultimate cheap flights to welcome the Lunar New Year festival (Tet).
Recreating old Tet in Ha Noi’s Old Quarter
(TITC) - To preserve and honor the typical cultural values of the traditional Vietnamese Tet (Lunar New Year Festival), Management Board of Ha Noi’s Old Quarter organizes the program “Vietnamese Tet” from 19 January to 12 February 2017. The opening ceremony was held at 15h00 on 19 January 2017 in Kim Ngan Communal House (42-44 Hang Bac Street). 
Hang Luoc Flower Market   (Nov 14, 2016)
Hang Luoc Flower Market
(TITC) - Hang Luoc Flower Market is located in Hang Luoc Street and the nearby streets as Hang Ruoi, Hang Chai, Hang Khoai, etc. Formed in the early 20th century, Hang Luoc Flower Market is considered as the oldest flower market in Ha Noi.
Crop blessing rite of the Ha Nhi
The Ha Nhi have many important ceremonies each year including the Lunar New Year festival, forest worship, and crop blessing rite.
Art fair to welcome Lunar New Year festival
The Tet Art Fair 2016 themed “Convergence of quintessence” will run for free at the Ha Noi Creative City from January 21-31 in Ha Noi.
Tourists flock to Binh Thuan and Dak Lak during Tet
The central provinces of Binh Thuan and Dak Lak saw a strong increase of tourists during the nine-day Lunar New Year Festival (Tet).