Enjoying Vietnamese festivals is the best way to discover the traditions of the country. These festivals are an expression of a trulytinct culture, accessible and close to all. The following dates are based on the Vietnamese lunar calendar.
The Ao Dai, literally meaning "long dress" or "long tunic," is one out of many traditional Vietnamese costumes worn (nowadays) primarily by women. It is the most popular national costume in Vietnam
This is the most important festival of the year for Vietnam's Kinh ethnic majority.
The Vietnamese often make two kinds of cakes: banh troi (floating cake) and banh chay (lean cake) on the third day of the third month of the Lunar year.