Jan 26, 2020 / 01:44

Satisfying Tet fireworks show in Hanoi

The Hanoitimes - Fireworks show on the Lunar New Year's Eve when the clock strikes 12 a.m. has become one of the most anticipated moment in Hanoi and many places in Vietnam.

 On the New Year’s Eve, right at midnight, fireworks were simultaneously displayed at 30 locations throughout in Hanoi to welcome the Year of the Rat. Photo: Pham Hung/Kinh te Do thi
 Hoan Kiem Lake is always the most crowded on this occasion given its significance as the heart of Hanoi. Photo: Ngoc Thanh/VnExpress
 Besides, five other locations had high-altitude (above 90 meters) fireworks displays namely Lac Long Quan flower garden (West Lake), My Dinh Stadium (Nam Tu Liem district), Thong Nhat Park – aka Lenin Park (Hai Ba Trung district), Van Quan lake (Ha Dong district), and Son Tay ancient fortress (Son Tay town). Photo: Pham Hung/Kinh te Do thi
 Photo: Pham Hung/Kinh te Do thi
 It stopped raining just one hour before the show and the sky became clear. Photo: Pham Hung/Kinh te Do thi
 Photo: Pham Hung/Kinh te Do thi
 Photo: Ngoc Thanh/VnExpress
 Photo: Pham Hung/Kinh te Do thi
  Photo: Ngoc Thanh/VnExpress
 Photo: Pham Hung/Kinh te Do thi
 In addition, fireworks were shot with low altitude at other 24 locations. Each show lasted around 15 minutes. Photo: Pham Hung/Kinh te Do thi
 Funding for the shows was raised partly from enterprises. Photo: Pham Hung/Kinh te Do thi
 Photo: VTC News
 Photo: VTC News
 Spectators film the spetacular fireworks display. Photo: VTC News
 Photo: VTC News