01.11.2022, 08:55

Walking streets of Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi are bustling on Halloween

Many young people dressed up as ghosts and flocked to Nguyen Hue, Bui Vien (District 1), Hang Ma, and Ta Hien (Hoan Kiem District) … to have fun on the night before Halloween.



Nguyen Hue Walking Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, on the evening of October 30, the atmosphere was bustling thanks to the costume activities on the street, attracting thousands of people.

Lee Kuan Yew (blue outfit) and the group prepared to take 6 hours to perform on the pedestrian street. Mr. Dieu said that the group dressed professionally, so Halloween was an opportunity to show off. Each outfit takes from a few million to several tens of millions to complete. “It took 6 months from idea to completion,” Dieu said.

A young person dressed up as a demon to “scare” people on the pedestrian street.

The follow-up services also attract the attention of many people, such as a Halloween-style face painting service that costs 50,000 VND per turn and sells all night long.

Ha Bui Anh Tai and his son Ha Bui Anh Kiet dressed up as a god of death to go out on the walking street. Mr. Tai said last year the family was at home because of the epidemic, but this year the atmosphere was much more crowded, his children liked to dress up and show off people on the street.

Halloween comes from an ancient European tradition. Halloween means “Night of the Saints” or “Night of Souls” which takes place on the night of October 31 every year. Introduced to Vietnam for more than 10 years, Halloween is now one of the most popular festivals of the year among young people.

In Hanoi , the area of ​​Ta Hien and Luong Ngoc Quyen streets (Hoan Kiem district), last night was also crowded with young people and tourists enjoying the weekend. This place is known as the “international crossroads”, “West Street” because it is an entertainment and entertainment destination for many foreign tourists.

Dang Trung, an employee of a bar on Ta Hien Street, dressed up as the Joker, a fictional villain appearing in American comics and movies, “I idolize Joker, so I’ll transform when I have a chance. become my idol,” Trung said.

About 800 meters away, on Hang Ma street, two friends Tri Hoang and Thao Muoi dressed up as devils, posing coolly on the street.

Khanh Linh and Hai Yen went from Ngoc Hoi, Thanh Tri district, to Hang Ma to play and buy a ghost pumpkin model as a souvenir.


The children were also allowed to go to Hang Ma by their parents to choose to buy Halloween costumes according to their favorite characters. In the photo is a child dressed as a Roman warrior, in a costume that costs about 400,000 VND.