Hanoi Old Quarter, meeting place for the Moon Festival
Visitors will be able to enjoy a very lively and joyful atmosphere by participating in many attractive activities including an exhibition of mid-autumn products and games stalls, unicorn dances, distribution of treats and fruits, competition for making moon cakes and creating “tò he” - a traditional Vietnamese rice dough toy, etc.
In addition, an artistic program will be held on the evening of September 26.
The Mid-Autumn Festival (Tet Trung thu) is one of the most important festivals in Vietnam. It is also an opportunity to meet up with family or friends.
For years, Tet Trung thu in Hanoi's Old Quarter has become a very original cultural feature of the capital, helping to honor and promote among locals and visitors the tangible and intangible cultural values of the millennial capital.
Text and photo: Linh Dang - Thu Huong /CVN
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