HO CHI MINH CITY – In the workshop of Mr. Van Tong’s Tet flower street mascot, district 12, a pair of tigers
The tiger mascot is being decorated everywhere to welcome the spring of the Tiger in 2022. The tiger rides a crane, the tiger sings, the tiger is gabion… funny and lovely tiger images make the spring atmosphere suddenly become bustling. .
A tiger is arranged to ride a crane carrying gold to pray for a lot of fortune in the new year. This is a wish from Da Lat City to tourists from all over the world when coming to Da Lat – Photo: DUC TH
With the coming of the Tiger New Year 2022, provinces and cities have begun to launch this year’s tiger mascot.
Let’s take a look at the images of tiger mascots from different provinces around Vietnam, from the cuteness to “hate the whole world”.
“Lovely” smiling tiger mascot in Buon Ma Thuot City – Photo: THIS
The tiger mascot in Buon Ma Thuot City (Dak Lak) has become a check-in point for people during Tet – Photo: THE THAT
A tiger in Western costume was erected at the gateway to welcome tourists into the center of Da Lat – Photo: DUC TH
Small scene of tigers happily singing at the roundabout of Ong Dao bridge (Da Lat city) wishing for a happy new year – Photo: DUC TH
The tigers with the face “hate the whole world” in Bac Lieu city have been replaced by new tigers – Photo: CHI QUOC
Small tiger scene in the center of Long Xuyen city, An Giang on the afternoon of January 24 – Photo: DANG TUYET
Tiger mascot on Binh Dong Street, District 8, Ho Chi Minh City – Photo: NGOC PHONG
Workers rush to complete the flower street area and a decorative cluster of tiger models at Bach Dang Street, Da Nang, on the morning of January 25. This year, Bach Dang flower street is decorated with a herd of 5 tigers with 5 different colors according to the idea of the five elements. The tiger model has a well-proportioned and aesthetic appearance – Photo: TON LUC
Colorful tiger mascots in Da Nang City – Photo: THAI BA DONG
Tiger mascot in Da Nang City – Photo: THAI BA DUNG
Gravel was chosen as a material to represent another tiger mascot on Nguyen Hue Flower Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City. With a confident and cold appearance, full of temperament, suitable for the “feng shui” characteristics of the tiger – Photo: QUANG DINH
The tiger mascot recreates the image of the “lord of the jungle” 4.6m high, more than 10m long with a harmonious combination of tempered glass, mica and moss, creating a hidden effect of tigers on the flower path. Nguyen Hue, District 1, HCMC – Photo: QUANG DINH
The image of “Twin tigers and tigers” on Nguyen Hue flower street this year is 3m high, nearly 7m long, made up of delicately cut steel and stainless steel slices – Photo: QUANG DINH
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