Vietnam’s greatest lantern parade in celebration of full-moon festival to take place in Tuyen Quang province

Nga Do
From impressive processions and luminous light displays and to vibrant street-art performances – these are the festivals you must attend in Vietnam.

The Mid-Autumn festival, or Tết Trung Thu, is marked with fanciful lanterns to help a legendary moon-bound figure back to Earth.

The Mid-Autumn Festival is a favorite with children, as the occasion calls for more toys, candies, fruit, and entertainment than any other time of the year. Mid-Autumn parties serve cakes like the banh deo and banh nuong, shaped like fish and the moon. Finally, lion dances are commonly performed by traveling troupers who go from house to house to perform for a fee.

The Mid-Autumn Festival takes place on the 15th day of the eighth month of the Chinese lunar calendar.  The annual ‘Tuyen Quang City Festival’ was officially held at Nguyen Tat Thanh Square in the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang with a mass parade of beautiful and giant lanterns made by locals.

The most beautiful lanterns, which simulate characters in fairy tails, colloquial stories and famous beauty spots of the country, have been elected for the parade in Nguyen Tat Thanh square in Tuyen Quang city, the northern mountainous province of same name. 

Mid-Autumn Festival in Tuyen Quang this year also promises a lot of attractive activities. Together let's wait and discover the special items at this year's festival.

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