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How To Celebrate Tet in Vietnam  


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Tet, or Lunar New Year, is the most important holiday in Vietnam. The holiday celebrates the beginning of a new year on the lunar calendar and is a time for family, food, and fun. If you're lucky enough to be in Vietnam during Tet, there are a few things you should know about how to celebrate the holiday. photo: Streetwindy Preparing for Tet Tet is a time for families to be together, so many people…

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Tet is a great time to visit Vietnam. It's an incredible cultural experience, and the people are so welcoming.

We loved the traditional music performances we saw while we were there, and the food was incredible!

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Tet is something I never considered being a part of until I saw some of the celebrations last year on Instagram. I really wanted to go this year but I could not afford it. Maybe next year!

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I never knew or looked much into the celebration of the Vietnam New Year. This sounds like so much fun! Don't some other Asian countries also celebrate the New Year at a different time?

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What area is best for those wanting to travel this year or next to celebrate it? 

I never actually asked this here and I have been wondering it for sometime. 

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@photastic It really isn't location specific, it is an all day celebration with family and friends. No matter where you go, you will be a part of the celebration in some fashion or form. 

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My favorite part of this is at the 0:50 mark.

I don't know how this song blew up but I remember hearing it everywhere in 2020. 

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