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Events and Special Days in Vietnam

Event calendar of Vietnam


  • January 1 – New Year's Day: The first day of the year is celebrated worldwide.


  • Tet (Vietnamese New Year): The most important and biggest holiday in Vietnam. It marks the beginning of the new year according to the lunar calendar. Family, friends, and food are central to these celebrations.


  • March 8 – International Women's Day: A day to recognize the achievements of women and focus on gender equality.


  • Giỗ Tổ Hùng Vương (Hùng Kings' Festival): A Vietnamese holiday honoring the Hùng kings, the traditional founders of the nation.


  • May 1 – International Labor Day: A day to recognize the working class and their rights.
  • Dien Bien Phu Victory Day: Commemoration of the victory in the battle of Dien Bien Phu against the French colonizers.


  • June 1 – International Children's Day: A day dedicated to the well-being and rights of children.


  • No major holidays or events.


  • Revolution of August: Commemoration of the August Revolution in 1945, an important event in the Vietnamese struggle for independence.


  • September 2 – National Day of Vietnam: Celebration of Vietnam's independence from France in 1945.
  • Mid-Autumn Festival (Trung Thu): A traditional festival mainly about children, with lanterns, moon cakes and lion dances.


  • October 20 – Women of Vietnam Day: A day to honor the contribution of Vietnamese women to society.


  • November 20 – Vietnamese Teachers Day: A day to honor teachers and appreciate their efforts.


  • December 25 – Christmas: Although not officially recognized, this day is celebrated by some Vietnamese.