Doan Ngo Festival

“Doan Ngo Festival?, also called ?T?t gi?t sâu b?? (translated as Parasite-killing Festival) is another on eof Vietnam’s significant festivals. So what do the names mean? Translated literally, “Tet” refers to “festival”, “Doan” means “the start”, and “Ngo” is the … Continue reading

Cau Bong Festival

On the 7th day of the first lunar month every year, both domestic and foreign tourists flock to Tra Que vegetable village in central Quang Nam province to join Cau Bong festival. The festival is held in honor of those … Continue reading

Buddha’s Birthday Festival

Religion and religious festivals are an important part of Vietnamese culture, so Vietnam is a country known for its festivals and parades. One of the very important ceremonies that are celebrated in Hoi An old town is the festival held … Continue reading

Boat Racing Festival

The festival is held annually on the 2nd of lunar January. The boat racing festivals are organized in order to bring a cheerful atmosphere for people in spring. It is not only a competition, but also a ritual in honor … Continue reading