Hanoi is colorful on the last days of the Lunar year ahead of the biggest traditional holiday – Tet.
Hanoi dresses in a way that lets everyone know it’s got energy for the Lunar New Year or Tet – the biggest traditional holiday for Vietnamese people.
The streets of Hanoi are splendidly decorated with red colors of the country’s and the Party’s flags, new year banners, and multiple colors of flowers that brighten the capital city on the last days of the year.
The city’s traditional flower markets, walking streets, cultural relics, and tourist attractions are bustling, bringing special experiences to visitors.
| Spring comes to Hoan Kiem Lake. |
| Wecoming Tet 2023. |
Nguyen Chi Thanh Street is decorated with red flags.
| Colorful Hoang Dieu Street welcomes the new year. |
| A big new year banner on Xa Dan Street. |
Foreign visitors are in Hang Luoc Flower Street, the Old Quarter.
| Phung Hung mural street full of new year banners. |
|Part of Phung Hung Street in the Old Quarter. |
| Busy Hang Ma Street.|
| Hanoian girl poses at the Spring market.|
|Colorful Nhat Tan Peach Blossom Village. |
| Peach blossom on street. |