Ky Yen Festival, Ho Chi Minh City Festivals
The Ky Yen Festival lasts five days (from the 10th day to the 14th day of the second lunar month) at the Binh Dong.
Yen Tu Festival, Quang Ninh Festivals
The mountainous region of Yen Tu has been a ventre of Buddhism for many centuries and is the starting point of the Buddhist sect of Truc Lam.
Co Loa Festival, Hanoi Festivals
e Co Loa Festival is held annually from the 6th to the 16th of the 1st month of lunar calendar. It takes place in the pagoda that honours An Duong Vuong.
Hon Chen Temple Festival, Hue Festivals
The Hon Chen Temple Festival is organized twice every year, in the 3rd and the 7th lunar months.
Ba Den Mountian Vietnam Festival, Tay Ninh Festivals
One cannot visit Vietnam?s Tay Ninh without going to Nui Ba, a beautiful high mountain located in the middle of the MeKong Delta.
The O Loan Lagoon Festival, Phu Yen Festivals
Tourists on their ways to the South or to the North, arriving at the area of Tuy An district, Phu Yen province standing on the top of Quan Cau.
Do Son Bufailo Fighting Vietnam Festival, Hai Phong City Festivals
Although the Do Son Buffalo Fighting Festival is officially held on the 9th of the 8th lunar month in Hai Phong, Vietnam.
Long Tong Festival, Lao Cai Festivals
On the night before the festival takes place, the representatives of families in the village and sorcerer perform a water procession.
Kiep Bac Temple Festival, Hai Duong Festivals
Every year, from the 15th to 20th days of the eighth lunar month, tens of thousands of people throughout the country flock.
Lim Festival, Bac Ninh Festivals
"Quan Ho" is a special folk song of Kinh Bac Province, now called Bac Ninh Province. Lim is the simple name of Lung Giang.