(Cinet)- In Lunar New Year, spring walk to the pagodas is a tradition custom that has been around for Vietnam generations. Especially, the North plays a role of the cradle of Buddhism in Vietnam, hence, the number of temples in this land is countless.
(Cinet)- Like other religious festivals, the Lim Festival goes through all the ritual stages, from the procession to the worshipping ceremony, and includes other activities.The most typical Lim Festival feature is Quan Ho singing, a special folk song, which includes betel offering, hailing ferry and others.
(Cinet)- Only once in a year, Vieng market festival is launched on the annual 8th day of the first lunar month in Nam Truc and Vu Ban Districts.
(Cinet)- The Giong Festival is one of very famous traditional festivals of Vietnam. It is held in spring time from 06-08 of the 1st Lunar month to commemorate and praise mythical hero Saint Giong, who has considered as one of the four immortals in Vietnamese folk beliefs.
(Cinet)- The Huong Pagoda Festival officially opened in Hanoi’s My Duc district on February 5 or the sixth day of the lunar New Year, with the attendance of about 50,000 pilgrims.