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Festivals in Ho Chi Minh City - Vietnam

Buddha’s Birthday Festival - Ho Chi Minh City

Buddha’s Birthday Festival

An event of great importance in Ho Chi Minh City is Buddha’s Birthday Festival, which is celebrated on the 15th day of the Fourth Lunar Month.  In Ho Chi Minh City this festival is lavishly celebrated in the Nghia An Hoi Quan Pagoda. The temple is exquisitely decorated, while monks move in...

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Death Anniversary of Tran Hung Dao - Ho Chi Minh City

Death Anniversary of Tran Hung Dao

Tran Hung Dao was a Vietnamese Grand Commander-in-Chief in the 18th century and was said to be one of the very few generals in history to have never lost a battle or war under his command. Special rituals and prayers are conducted annually on the 20th day of the 8th lunar month in memory of the...

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Ho Chi Minh’s Birthday Festival - Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh’s Birthday Festival

Credited as being the founder of the Viet Minh independence movement in 1941 and establishing communist control in part of Vietnam in the 1950s, Ho Chi Minh (May 19, 1890 – September 2, 1969) was a Vietnamese revolutionary, who was later appointed as Prime Minister (1946–1955) and then went on...

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Mid Autumn Festival - Ho Chi Minh City

Mid Autumn Festival

The liveliest festival celebrated in Ho Chi Minh City is the Mid Autumn Festival, which is usually celebrated by children and comparable to Halloween without the ‘evil spirit’ connotation. Small children carrying colorful lanterns go on procession around the city and are showered with gifts and...

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National Day - Ho Chi Minh City

National Day

The National Day on the 2nd of September celebrates Ho Chi Minh’s proclamation of freedom for Vietnam in 1945.                    

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Nghia An Hoi Pagoda  - Ho Chi Minh City

Nghia An Hoi Pagoda

This festival is celebrated in the Nghia An Hoi Pagoda that is dedicated to Quan Cong an eminent Chinese officer during the Three Kingdoms period. The Chinese community, such as the Hoas and Kinh, visit this pagoda annually to commemorate this special festival, which is celebrated twice a year-on...

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Tet Festival - Ho Chi Minh City

Tet Festival

Ho Chi Minh City is a city of festivals and fetes. The events are exotic and distinct in their own way and portray Vietnamese culture with grandeur.
The ideal time to visit this bustling city is during the months of January and February, when the weather is cooler. This is also the time for...

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The Fisherman’s Festival - Ho Chi Minh City

The Fisherman’s Festival

On the 16th day of the 8th lunar month, the very important Fisherman’s Festival is held in the midst of Can Thanh in the Cana Gio District. Fishermen partake in the festivities rather than going out to catch fish on this day honoring the whale, a friend of seafarers.  Fishing boats and harbors...

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