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Yok Don National Park to boost elephant-friendly tourism

Yok Don National Park to boost elephant-friendly tourism

Yok Don National Park in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak signed an agreement with the Animals Asia Foundation on July 13 to become the first unit in Vietnam committed to applying elephant-friendly tourism

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Spring festivals in full swing in Lao Cai province

Spring festivals in full swing in Lao Cai province

The northern mountainous province of Lao Cai is buzzing with several spring festivals to pray for a prosperous year.

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Vietnam joins Asia’s largest street festival in Singapore

Vietnam joins Asia’s largest street festival in Singapore

An art delegation of Vietnam joined the 2018 Chingay Parade celebrating the Lunar New Year in Singapore, which drew the participation of more than 6,000 performers.

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Vietnamese tourism showcased in Thailand

Vietnamese tourism showcased in Thailand

Vietnam is participating in an ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) in Chiang Mai, Thailand, from January 22-26 by hosting artistic performance to promote Vietnam's tourism.

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Celebrations and schedule

Celebrations and schedule

In Vietnam, we practice two calendars: one solar and one lunar. A calendar is lunar or solar depending on whether it favors either the month or the year. ... In a solar calendar, the time of year should be about 365 and each month has 30 and 31 days except February but in the lunar calendar, the length of each month has a maximum of 30 days and sometimes 29 days.

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The Main Festivals of Vietnam

The Main Festivals of Vietnam

Vietnam has so many different parties during the year: The Feast of TET (New Year's Day), The Epiphany founders Hung Vuong, The Feast of the Total Liberation, The Workers party, the party (birthday of the birth of Ho Chi Minh), The wandering Souls Day (or That Tich), national Day and ...

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The traditional TET

The traditional TET

The traditional festival of Vietnam is called "Tet" that signie New Year according to the lunar calendar. This is a very important holiday in Vietnamese and it gives everyone a new age. Age by this wisdom.

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