The number of international tourists to the capital city of Hanoi are estimated to rise by 30% to 125,000 people during the week-long Tet (Vietnamese New Year) festival, according to the municipal Department of Tourism.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese leaders’ New Year messages and major national events last year were front-paged on the lunar New Year edition of newspapers. Vietnamese people at home and abroad jubilantly celebrating the New Year has been reported widely.
VOV.VN - The Lunar New Year festival or Tet is of great spiritual significance to Vietnamese people. Traditionally, New Year activities mainly take place within families. The last day of the lunar year is the time for family.
VOV.VN - Making Chung cake for the Lunar New Year is an aged-old tradition of Vietnamese people. Chung cakes are meaningful gifts and an indispensible offering on the ancestral altars during Vietnam’s biggest festival of the year.