Foreigners experience Tet holiday in Vietnam

Tet (Lunar New Year) festival is the biggest holiday of the year for the Vietnamese people. The festival impresses foreign visitors with its interesting traditional culture activities.
Foreigners experience Tet holiday in Vietnam hinh anh 1Foreigners enjoy wrapping Banh chung, traditional cake of Vietnamesee people during Tet holiday. (Photo: Vietnamplus)
Foreigners experience Tet holiday in Vietnam hinh anh 2Foreigners in Vietnamese traditional long dress experience Vietnamese traditional culture, including writing calligraphy, making “to he” traditional toys and singing Quan ho folk songs. (Photo: Vietnamplus)
Foreigners experience Tet holiday in Vietnam hinh anh 3 A foreign visitor enjoys wrapping Banh chung, traditional cake of Vietnam's Lunar New Year holiday. (Photo: Vietnamplus)
Foreigners experience Tet holiday in Vietnam hinh anh 4Diners are introduced to Vietnamese dishes (Photo: Vietnamplus)
Foreigners experience Tet holiday in Vietnam hinh anh 5Traditional food tray of Vietnamese people. (Photo: Vietnamplus)
Foreigners experience Tet holiday in Vietnam hinh anh 6International friends enjoy wrapping Chung cakes. (Photo: Vietnamplus)
Foreigners experience Tet holiday in Vietnam hinh anh 7Foreigners enjoy wrapping Banh chung, traditional cake of Vietnamesee people during Tet holiday. (Photo: Vietnamplus) (Photo: Vietnamplus)
Foreigners experience Tet holiday in Vietnam hinh anh 8Making “to he” figurines with artisans (Photo: Vietnamplus)
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