One of the most attractive events is “Tet Viet” (Vietnamese Tet) festival at the Youth Cultural House in District 1.

This has become a popular venue for young people and family members to take photos.

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The festival is also housing more than 30 pavilions which sell various kinds of Tet decorations.

Meanwhile, a “Ong Do” (calligrapher) street is being organised at the Labor Cultural Palace  in District 3, attracting a large crowd of visitors with nearly 50 booths divided into different sections such as calligraphy, souvenir, gastronomy, and photography.

A big Tet festival is taking place at the Dam Sen Cultural Park in District 11 with special art and circus performances.

Many activities are also being held at the book street from January 25 to February 10 such as presenting scripts for visitors, printing Tet greeting cards, painting, and introducing new books.

The Youth World Theater will launch new plays such as Love Shipper, Ghost Village, and The Invisible on this occasion.

Source: VNA