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.
Whenever Mid-Autumn comes, tourists from everywhere flock to Hoi An Ancient Town to enjoy amazing air of a traditional festival. Brilliant lanterns and colorful baskets in this poetic old town allure anyone having a chance to be involved in such even.
The Mid-autumn Festival in Hanoi will take place with a large number of interesting and attractive activities from September 5th to 8th 2014 in the Vietnam Culture and Arts Exhibition Center at 2 Hoa Lu Street.
Mid-autumn festival is always a special occasion for each Vietnamese people, especially children. Particularly, mid-autumn celebration in Tuyen Quang is considered the most unique cerebration in Vietnam thanks to the gigantic lanterns.
When Fall comes and the weather gradually changes, this echoes everywhere from urban to rural areas. People in different places have their own ways to celebrate mid-autumn festival but wherever it is, it is a special occasion for children.