Unique ritual procession to celebrate Lunar New Year

14:56 27/01/2022

A unique ritual procession was held at The Mieu temple in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue on January 26 to worship all of the Kings of the Nguyen Dynasty on the occasion of Lunar New Year festival or Tet.

The event opened with the title “Dang Tien Huong Xuan” and is co-organised by the Hue City and Hue Monuments Conservation Centre.

The event opened with the title “Dang Tien Huong Xuan” and is co-organised by the Hue City and Hue Monuments Conservation Centre.

During the course of the occasion, a number of traditional crafts, specialties, and typical products of local craft villages, businesses, and localities were introduced to guests.

During the course of the occasion, a number of traditional crafts, specialties, and typical products of local craft villages, businesses, and localities were introduced to guests.

On show are several typical products, including Kim Long ginger jam, Hoang Gia ginseng, red artichoke jam, and sour shrimp.

On show are several typical products, including Kim Long ginger jam, Hoang Gia ginseng, red artichoke jam, and sour shrimp.

The procession follows the route from Le Huan street before moving to August 23rd street, Ngo Mon, and finally to The Mieu temple.

The procession follows the route from Le Huan street before moving to August 23rd street, Ngo Mon, and finally to The Mieu temple.

By debuting the event, Hue city hopes that the procession will become an annual activity to promote Hue as a destination of exceptional culinary arts for tourists.

By debuting the event, Hue city hopes that the procession will become an annual activity to promote Hue as a destination of exceptional culinary arts for tourists.

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