(Cinet)- Many tourists flocked to the northern province of Nam Dinh for the annual 2014 Phu Day Festival to commemorate the Mother Goddess Lieu Hanh, one of the Four Immortals in Vietnamese legends.
Several more traditional fests are running and drawing masses, including foreigners, in northern and central provinces, proving that though the Tet holiday is over, spring festivities remain pervasive.
(Cinet)- Thousands of visitors and pilgrims participated into the opening ceremony of the Thuong (Upper) Temple Festival on February 14 (the fifteenth day of the first lunar month).
Thousands of people from different regions across the country have flocked to Tien Du district in northern Bac Ninh province to attend the Lim festival which is dedicated to Quan Ho (love duet singing), part of the world’s intangible cultural heritage.
(Cinet)- Huong Pagoda Festival opened in Hanoi’s My Duc district on February 05, the sixth day of the lunar new year.