Hung King Festival in Vietnam
Hung King Festival is one of the most important festivals, which is held on the 10th day of the third month in lunar calendar. The purposes of the festival are to commemorate the merits of Hung Kings and celebrities in the course of building the country.
Mid-Autumn Festival in Vietnam
Mid-Autumn Festival in Vietnam is often held in the eighth lunar month. It is one of the most important and meaningful festivals in Vietnam. It not only recalls the family love and reunion, but is also a festival for both children and adults in Vietnam.
Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival
Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival is an important event in Dak Lak Province (in Central Highlands). The festival is organized every two years in Buon Ma Thuot City. The coffee festival is also held in other provinces to promulgate Buon Ma Thuot coffee.
Mui Ne International Sailing Festival
Mui Ne International Sailing Festival is the biggest international event in Binh Thuan. The festival is organized with the participation of many countries in the world. This new Vietnam festival has a main purpose of promulgating the image of Binh Thuan.
Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Festival
Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Festival is a golden opportunity for enterprises to expand exchanges, strengthen cooperation. With its unique and attractive activities, the festival promisingly attracts more and more visitors.
Thai Nguyen International Tea Festival
Thai Nguyen International Tea Festival is a great opportunity to further promote tea, tea products and Vietnam tea culture to the international customers; simultaneously, promote tea trade among participating countries.
Hue Festival is worth one of the most marvelous festivals in Vietnam with excellent performances from domestic and foreign art troupes. It plays an important role in promoting beautiful images and potentials of ancient capital land over the world.
Dalat Flower Festival
Dalat Flower Festival is one of traditional events having branded for the homeland of many hidden charms. Organized in the city considered as The Little Paris of Vietnam, this festival promisingly attracts thousands of tourists to Dalat.