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As in many Southeast Asian countries, Vietnam's festivities are governed by the lunar calendar. Not every year coincide in the same dates, but to celebrate many of them you must wait for a full moon.
Some of their most important festivals are ruled by the Buddhist religion, so pilgrims make the journey from all over the world and events are organized in and around the temples. The Vietnamese consider the cycles of nature, so it is not surprising that there are ceremonies of gratitude for successful crops and festivals to mark the changing of the seasons.
Travel to Vietnam
“It was terrific; all arrangements good, hotels good, trips good, guides good.”
“The highlights for me were the Ha Long Bay cruise, the Angkor Wat temples and surprisingly the rickshaw ride through the busy streets of Hanoi. Although having said that I loved it all. There was such a variety included. ”
“We were very pleased with the organisation, standard of tours and accommodation.”
“The hotels were all excellent and the guides very knowledgeable, helpful and efficient. In fact our group mentioned that we wanted to go to the new Golden Bridge while in Central Vietnam and this was promptly arranged as an extra excursion for those that wished to go.
“The original party of 18 that started in Laos got on so well and enjoyed the hotels, excursions and places we visited.”
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