Vietnam’s Mid-Autumn Festival

Every Vietnamese child dreams about an amazing Tết Trung Thu with his or her own brightly lit lantern and a belly full of mooncakes. Tết Trung Thu or Mid-autumn Festival, is also known in Vietnam as the “Children’s Festival”. This year, the Mid-autumn Festival will be held on September 21, 2021, in the middle of the eighth lunar month, however preparations begin far in advance. Here’s how to make the most of this magical holiday.

Hanoi, Vietnam – The city of 12 Flower Seasons

[Vietnam Travel] Founded over 1000 years ago, Vietnam’s capital city is rich in history, with the streets of its rambling Old Quarter dating back to the 14th century. Wandering these tree-lined lanes past crumbling colonial facades will transport you back in time. However, today’s Hanoi is about much more than the past. The ancient city is being invigorated with modern cafes, world-class restaurants, and cool art galleries. When the sun goes down, you have your pick of watering holes, from sophisticated rooftop bars to buzzing bia hơi.