PSNews-A festival will be held for the first time from March 31 to April 9 to honor the beauty of azalea flowers.
PSNews- The Quan Thanh Temple Festival, also known as the Co Sau Festival, is celebrated from generation to generation of local people on February 15 (lunar calendar) in order to preserve Quan Thanh Temple’s history and value.
Tay Thien festival, one of the major spiritual events in the north, began in Tam Dao district, Vinh Phuc province on March 12, drawing a wave of local residents and tourists.
An annual pilgrim festival dedicated to the Hung Kings will be organised between April 1 and 6 and hosted by the northern province of Phu Tho.
A southern traditional cake festival will take place in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho from April 6 to 9.
The 23rd festival of “don ca tai tu”, the musical art recognised by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage, took place in the southern province of Long An on February 12-13.
The Tran Temple Festival, one of the biggest annual spring festivals in Vietnam, opened at the national special historical complex of the Tran Kings’ shrines and tombs in Tien Duc commune, Hung Ha district, in Thai Binh, on February 9.
The first weekend community festival at the Bach Dang Park in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City organized by the Student Culture House promises to have lots of food, music and fun for all ages.
PSNews – The event also drew the participation of nearly 100 male wrestlers at different ages from many localities of Thua Thien Hue province.
Tens of thousands of locals in the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang as well as tourists flocked to Chiem Hoa district on February 4 to join the Long Tong festival, a unique and most typical agricultural festival of the Tay, a big ethnic minority group in the locality.
PSNews – When peach flowers and wild sunflowers are colorfully blossoming, H'mong people in Na Tong commune of Dien Bien province are preparing for their special festival, praying for a year of good weather, bumper harvests and good health.
PSNews - The Hoi An People's Committee held "The 2nd Cam Ha - Hoi An Kumquat” in Trang Keo residential area, Cam Ha commune with dozens of nice shaped kumquat trees.
The average bonus given to Vietnamese workers for Tet (Lunar New Year), a week-long festival that falls at the end of this month, is VND4.9 million (US$218) per worker, almost equivalent to a month’s average salary and 96% of last year’s level of VND5.1 million (US$227).
PSNews - As estimated, the revenue from festivals in 2017 in My Duc district will reach VND 100 billion. The proceeds will be used to reinvest in local infrastructure and hold the Huong Pagoda festival.
Trong khuôn khổ Ngày hội “Thắp sáng ước mơ tuổi trẻ CAND” tại Trường Cao đẳng CSND I sáng nay, 17-11 còn có Triển lãm Festival “Sáng tạo trẻ” – nơi tôn vinh các công trình, phần việc thanh niên tiêu biểu của tuổi trẻ CAND năm 2016.
The Nghinh Ong (whale worshipping) Festival opened in Lai Son commune, Kien Hai district, the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang on November 14 as part of the “National Tourism Year 2016 - Phu Quoc - Mekong Delta”.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has promulgated a directive on implementing solutions to ensure supply and demand balance and to stabilise the local market.
The ethic Khmer people in the southern province of Soc Trang are looking forward to their traditional Ok Om Bok festival from November 13-14, particularly the Ghe Ngo (Khmer boat) race.
The Vietnam-Korea Food and Culture Festival 2016, scheduled to open in Hanoi on November 11-13, aims to tighten time-honoured friendship between Vietnam and the Republic of Korea through cultural and culinary activities.
The Hanoi Department of Culture and Sports is planning to organise ‘Hanoi Festive,’ a fireworks, light and colours festival, to celebrate the 2017 New Year.