Poi Sang long ceremony at Klang Tung temple (Mae Hong Son)
The Poi Sang Long ceremony in Mae Hong Son is a Buddhist ceremony, but it is unlike any other ceremony of its type in the country. Young boys aged between 7 and 14 are ordained as novices so they can spend time studying Buddhist doctrines. It is believed that by pursuing ordination for their parents, they gain merit. It is believed that the tradition follows in the footsteps of Prince Rahula, the Buddha's own son, who gave up his worldly life to follow his father's spiritual teachings. Prince Rahula became the youngest ordained monk and the first novice in Buddhism. Subsequently it became a tradition for young boys to be ordained so they can undertake the study of Buddhist teachings. With deep reverence for the Buddhist religion, the local residents in Mae Hong Son province are of the view that the celebrations should be as grand as possible. The Poi Sang Long ceremony is unique to Mae Hong Son province. This colourful spectacle is perhaps one of the most delightful festivals in Mae Hong Son, attracting people from far and wide. This year, ceremony will be held at Klang Tung temple (Wat Klang Tung).
“Rup Sang Long"
day, the first day of the ceremony
The first day of the ceremony day begins with the boys having their hair shaved off by parents and relatives. They are then bathed and anointed with consecrated waters and dressed in brightly coloured costumes. By the end of this process, the boys are now known as Sang Long or Luuk Kae, precious gems. A colourful procession makes it way through the streets of Mae Hong Son Municipality. In the earlier part of the day, the procession makes stops at the city pillar and various temples en route so the 'Sang Long’ can seek forgiveness from the abbot. By late afternoon, the boys are carried back home.
“Kham Kaek" day, the second day
On the second day, relatives, friends and guests stop by the house of the Sang Long host family in order to congratulate the family.
“Hae Krua Lu" day, the third day
On the third day, “Hae Krua Lu" day, the grand colourful procession is held in the morning. Well-attended by family members and individuals of importance in Mae Hong Son’s Shan community, the procession of the Sang Long features handmade floats, offerings for the temple, traditional dances. The procession starts out from Chong Kham and Chong Klang Temple in the heart of the city before it moves along the main streets of town and out to the temples.
“Kham Sang" day,
the fourth day
The procession once again proceeds through the town and the Sang Long are escorted to Chong Kham and Chong Klang Temple for the formal ordination ceremony.
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Si Satchanalai ordination procession on elephant-back
From April 7th to 8th 2012, the Si Satchanalai ordination procession on elephant back is a colourful traditional ceremony of the Tai Puan tribal people who settled in Ban Haat Siao village in Si Satchanalai district. The tradition, which dates back some 150 years, features a spectacular procession of some 20 to 30 young Buddhist novices dressed in elaborate costumes. Each rides on the back of a beautifully-decorated elephant as the procession makes its way to Wat Haat Siao temple for the mass ordination ceremony.
This ceremony is included within the Songkran festival (New Year), on April 13th. Baby turtles are released into the sea on the beaches of Phuket. Sea turtles have become an endangered species; it’s the only reason for which the government, sponsor of the festival, hopes to increase their number and increase public awareness on the importance of protecting this species.
The new Buddhist year, from April 13th till 15th, is one of the most important holidays of Thailand because it marks the beginning of the year following the lunar calendar. The day before Songkran, April 12th, is one of the hottest days of the year in Thailand. The Thais splash the buddhas of water with veneration but also their friends, the belief wanting that the water takes away the adversity and purifies. We attend real battles of water in streets. We also pour some water perfumed on the hands of the seniors. Songkran is celebrated in all the country and particularly to Chiang Mai and to Phra Praokong, a suburb of Bangkok.
Songkran Buddhist New Year celebrations in Bangkok
Prepare to take a walkabout (or rather showers in the crowd!) in Bangkok during the traditional celebration of Songkran, which celebrates the Buddhist New Year. One of the main activities is to clean up everything and to drench each other with water to cleanse itself of the past year. The festivities last for several days and all night.
Songkran (Thai New
Year Festival) in Phra Padaeng
One hour drive from Bangkok, Phra Padaeng organizes celebrations of Songkran, the Thai New Year, one week after those of the capital. The Mon, descendants of one of the oldest peoples of Thailand, organized beautiful parades in the streets, proceed to ancient Thai rituals-ramans and do traditional water fights.
From April 14th to 22nd 2012, players and cricket teams from around the world meet up in Phuket for this great annual tournament. For players of more modest level, there are also beach cricket or volleyball tournaments.
Krabi rock and fire
Krabi province on the west coast of Southern Thailand is home to some of the world’s most spectacular coastlines featuring a karst landscape with craggy limestone hills, jagged cliffs, steep vertical sided limestone pillars and rock faces and unusual rock formations overlooking the emerald waters of the Andaman Sea, dotted with oddly-shaped verdant tropical islands basking in the sun. With Krabi offering some 600 rock-climbing routes, this present numerous challenges for individuals of various levels of skills and experience. The towering cliffs of Railay Beach and Ton Sai Beach attract rock climbers from all over the world and have steadily gained fame as one of the premier rock-climbing destinations. The 2012 Krabi Rock and Fire International Contest scheduled to be held during April 16th - 17th will feature two key contest categories namely a lead climbing marathon and speed climbing. The fire contest provides a spectacular added attraction.
In addition to its natural beauty, Krabi also offers an excellent service infrastructure thereby making it a popular destination for island, beach and adventure holidays.
Phuket Island, famous for its nightlife, which attracts many Western tourists and where live a gay expatriate community, benefits from its seaside heritage to organize a gay pride festive from April 27th to 28th 2012 the feet in the warm sand .
Air Asia celebrates inaugural flight from Bangkok to Nakhon Phanon with new planes
Air Asia celebrated its inaugural daily flight between Bangkok and Nakhon Phanom on February 15th 2012. Nakhon Phanom is an important city for business and investment due to its connectivity to Laos. The third Thai-Laos friendship bridge plays a key role in making it a well-connected city with a promising future and high potential for economic growth. Its proximity to Sakon Nakhon and Mukdahan also makes it a good travel hub for the northeastern region. Nakhon Phanom is an interesting destination for leisure travellers who want to experience northeastern Thai (Isaan) culture. One of the main attractions includes temples and religious sites such as Wat Pra That Phanom, an iconic temple and important landmark. Air Asia will be using brand-new Airbus A320 planes with a capacity of 180 seats to service this daily flight.
The quality of
Chiang Mai airport recognized
The Chiang Mai airport was ranked fourth, in terms of quality of services, of the world airports welcoming between 2 million and 5 million passengers per year, by the Airports Council International (ACI), professional organization uniting the world airport facilities. The ranking, dominated by the airports of Guayaquil in Ecuador, Ottawa in Canada and Halifax in the UK, was established through passenger surveys of more than 200 airports in fifty countries, and was revealed by the governmental news agency NNT. The president of Airports of Thailand (AoT), Anirut Thanomkulbutra, said that the criteria used in this study were the cleanliness, the general atmosphere, the politeness of staff and security measures.
Shite-Thaung pagoda Festival
The Temple of Shite-Thaung is a famous temple of Mrauk U, in Arakan state which is located on the west coast of the country. Its name means Temple of 80,000 Buddhas. It’s also known as the Temple of Victory. The temple was built between 1535 and 1536 by Arakan King Min Bin to commemorate his conquest of Bengal. It’s located on the western slope of the Pokhaung hill, at the north of the royal palace, and near the temple of Andaw-thein. Like many other Burmese Buddhist temples, it has a central Stupa bell surrounded by four smaller stupas at the corners, and numerous smaller stupas around. From April 11th to 18th, a festival is held at the pagoda with boat races and demonstrations of traditional wrestling at the foot of the pagoda
Thanaka-Grinding festival to Sittwe
The thanaka is a yellow-white cosmetic vegetable paste commonly used in the country to cover the face and sometimes the arms of women and girls, and to a lesser extent men and boys. Its use dates back over 2000 years. It also spread in neighboring countries such as Thailand. It’s produced from the wood of several trees growing in abundance in central Burma and known collectively as "trees of thanaka". They are not cut before 35 years. The thanaka is traditionally sold in small logs or bundles, and now also in the form of paste or powder. Thanaka cream is made by grating bark, wood or roots of the tree with some water on a circular stone called Kyauk Pyin. The cream is applied to the face in simple motives, the most common being a disc on each cheek, sometimes bands called thanaka bè gya, or the shape of a sheet, the nose is often emphasized at the same time. It’s sometimes applied from head to foot (thanaka chi zoun gaung zoun). Besides its cosmetic function, the thanaka gets a fresh sensation and protects against sunburn, helps fight against acne, makes soft skin and has an anti-fungal action. In the early part of the night, young women grind Thanakha barks and roots to a fine cream by by using some water on rounded stone slabs. Young men play musical instruments and dance to support the event. Once the Thanakha is ready, all go to nearby pagodas and wash Buddha’s images.
Every year from April 12th
to 16th, during the month of Thingyan (the
first month of the year in the Myanmar calendar), the country celebrates the
festival of the water, also named the Buddhist New Year. People throw water on
each other and place flowers and palm leaves in front of their houses. The
streets are cleaned for the occasion. Water is considered as an instrument of
purification, this element allows to take away the evil spirits from one
who is sprayed, and is supposed to bring him peace, prosperity and happiness
for the coming year.
According to legend, the year begins when Thagyamin, King of Nat (spirits), visits the Earth to bless the people, riding a winged gold horse and carrying a jar of water, symbolizing peace and prosperity. He also carries two books, including one covered with gold, which contains the names of children who have been good over the past year, and the other covered with dog skins for bad guys. Everyone sprinkles him!
The inhabitants put flowers and palm leaves on the threshold of their house. In cities, young people sprinkle themselves with water lances, in stations, those alongside the quay throw water on the train travellers. Long processions to the Shwedagon provide an opportunity to pour holy water on Buddha’s images and on monks. We also honors the elderly: the children bring flowers to grandparents. Without wishing to spoil the festival, know that this is one of the rare popular moments during which it’s authorized to gather. But the organization permits are usually sold by close relation of the government who collect then an entry fee to attend the celebration, often high for the average income of a Burmese ...
Everything is closed in Burma during these few days.
Myanmar New Year
Myanmar New Year Festival is held after the consecutive Thingyan Water Festival. Thingyan Water Festival is enjoyed by both young and old generations throughout the country.
On Myanmar New Year Day, which usually falls on 17th April, Myanmar's donate offerings to Monks and elders. The youngsters wash the elder's hair, cut their nails and do cleanings for them.
Mont Popa ceremony
Mount Popa is a volcano in the center of the country, in the region of Mandalay. 1518 m high, it detaches from 1150 m on the surrounding plain and can be seen, in good weather, 60 miles around. Taung Kalat is located at the southwest of Mount Popa, an ancient volcanic pipe of 737 meters, sometimes also called Mount Popa. A Buddhist monastery is located on the top. Mount Popa is considered as the refuge of the 37 Great Nats (spirits) of Myanmar. Many pilgrims go there to worship them, especially at the time the full moon of Nayon (May / June) and of Nadaw (November / December). Before the "bouddhisation " of nats by King Anawrahta, thousands of animals were sacrificed to them during the ceremonies. Today, Burmese superstitions ban to wear black or red on Mount Popa, as to swear and to bring some meat, especially pork, at the risk of offending nats. From April 19th to 20th 2012, the ceremony takes place on Mount Popa where pilgrims from all the country go.
of antiques at Oudomxay
By performing maintenance work in rubber plantations, located 500 meters east of the village of Bo, Xay District, in the province of Oudomxay, Mrs. Vay and his family discovered on March 5th , antiques, hidden approximately 20 centimeters under the ground. Among these objects, which are all in silver, 13 are round cups, 24 are bracelets and 4 are cylindrical boxes, the whole weighing a total of 3 kg. After this discovery was reported to the concerned state employees, the provincial administrative authorities were sent on the spot to get back objects, which are currently kept at the Information, Culture and Tourism Department.
The Buddhist New
Year, the most important holiday of the country,
from April 13th to 16th 2012 gives rise
to numerous celebrations. This
is probably the most interesting time of
year to visit Laos. Although
there are officially only 3 consecutive days
off (the last day of the year
which ends, the first of the coming
year, and one day between both), the festival
lasts almost one week, from April 13th to 18th of every year (the date being fixed
as based on the
solar calendar), and extends throughout
the country. We clean the house
to take away the evil spirits. Many
activities in the country are
concentrated around the pagodas. The Song Kan day, we pray
there and we splash Buddha's statues of holy water consecrated
by the monks, we dress in
the traditional way and we
feast around the temples. We enjoy splashing of
water, as in southern China.
It’s also an opportunity for birds,
frogs and other
small creatures to be released from their cages. Finally, the
first day of the new year, in
addition to spray each other, we pronounce the vows. We can for example attend this festival in
In 2012 begins the year 2556.
Festivals Truong Yen (Ninh Binh province)
From April 4th to 6th, organized in the district of Hoa Lu, in Ninh Binh province, these celebrations are one of the most important events in the region. The ceremonies are in honor of Kings Dinh Tien Hoang and Lê Dai Hanh, who liberated the country at the end of the Xth century. They are accompanied by traditional wrestling matches, Dragon and Unicorn dances, boat races and folk songs ...
Van Vi village fesival (Ha Tay province)
Program of April 4th to 5th : ca tru singing, lion dances and representation of popular theater. royal barges and canoes Races are also organized.
Entitled, "Hue, ancient capital, new experiences," the national tourism year brings a series of cultural and artistic events organized by Thua Thien province. Program: festivals, ceremonies, thematic nights ... The Hue Festival, from April 7th to 15th 2012, is the highlight of this national tourism year. 2012 festival theme: "Cultural heritage with integration and development - visit historic cities." To the Program: night of the Imperial Palace, Te Giao festival (sky and earth sacrifice ceremony), Night of the East, drum and instruments feast, Buddhist festival, the days of Vietnam's historical films, Lang Co beach festival, village markets, gastronomy of Hue, etc.
Kites Launch to Ba Giang (Ha Tay province)
On April 10th : Traditional Contest such as kites launching where cooking rice brighten up this annual event.
“The cultural color of
Northwest” presents in Hanoi
According to an information from the Culture, Sports and Tourism Ministry, a entitled program "The cultural color of
the Northwest" will be held from April 26th to 30th in Hanoi. Intended to celebrate great feasts of the
countries as Liberation of South Vietnam and national reunification
(30/4) festivals, the World Day of Work
(fifth), Day of Dien Bien Phu’s victory
(7/5) and the
122nd anniversary of Ho Chi Minh’s President birth
(19/5/1890-19/5/2012), this program
is organized by the People's Committee
of Hanoi City in
coordination with the provinces of
the Northwest and the administrations
"The cultural color of Northwest in Hanoi" is a set of significant cultural activities to promote and celebrate traditional cultural values of Northwest ethnic groups and to strengthen solidarity in the ethnic groups community in Vietnam. Through exhibitions, exchanges, cultural festivals, arts and tourism, gastronomy, folk games ... it will be a good opportunity to present the cultural traits of the region of Northwest to Vietnamese and to foreign tourists.
of the fall of Saigon
To remember the fall of Saigon, on April 30th, the South capital, renamed Ho Chi Minh, by the North Vietnamese Army and the Communist forces of Hanoi, April 30th 1975. One tank hited with the revolutionary Star had destroyed the entrance gate of the presidential palace in Saigon.
9 unique values of Ha Long
The unique toponyme recognized twice as a World Natural Heritage is one of seven new natural wonders of the world, covers a total area of 1,553 km ² and has 1,969 islands of various sizes, among which 989 were baptized, Ha Long Bay contains a number of international, world exceptional values. The bay was twice recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Site for its universal values of landscape, and for the geology and geomorphology (respectively in 1994 and 2000). The eternal and grand beauty of Halong consists of three elements: rocks, water and sky. It’s a privilege of the nature for Ha Long. No other nation in the world can claim to have a spectacular and beautiful seascape. With these unique values, the Ha Long Bay has exceeded more of 400 unique sites from over 200 countries and territories and has been ranked in the list of new seven natural wonders of the world.
2. Landscape value
The Ha Long Bay is one of 10 most beautiful bays in the world. This is a work of the Creator, a combination between sculpture and painting, it’s the harmony between layout and colors, between forms and space ... The islands of various sizes drawing mysterious silhouettes on the carpet of emerald sea evoke the infinite imagination of man.
3. Geological - geomorphological value
The most remarkable events of the geological history of Ha Long Bay during these 500 million years past include the encroachment of the sea, the elevation of the land bay and the severe erosion which formed coral, pure blue and very salty water. This process of erosion by seawater has deeply engraved on the stones, which contributes to form a unique Ha Long Bay with an extremely picturesque landscape, beyond imagination. Currently, Ha Long Bay is the result of this long process of geological evolution which has been influenced by so many factors. It’s thanks to all these factors that tourists who visit Ha Long Bay has not only the opportunity to admire one of the real wonders of the world, but also to contemplate a precious geological museum which was naturally preserved in the open air for 300 million years.
4. Biodiversity value
Ha Long also possesses biodiversity with typical tropical ecosystems such as coral reefs, mangrove ecosystems. Besides, Ha Long has a very diverse tropical forest system and many rare wild animals. The bay is also the nest of innumerable sea grasses, fishes, shrimps ... Among the 2949 species of plants and animals conserved, 102 species were identified rare or valuable in the world, including 13 endemic plant species that exist only in this place.
5. Cultural - historical values
Ha Long is one of the cradles of human existence with three brilliant successive civilizations: Soi Nhu, Cai Beo and Ha Long. It’s also a place closely associated with the history of Vietnam with famous sites such as Van Don (a former commercial port), Poem Mountain (with engravings of many poems by emperors and other famous characters from the past) , and the Bach Dang River (the location where took two fierce naval battles against foreign aggressors). Besides, Ha Long preserves many tangible and intangible cultural values salient as archaeological sites Tien Ong, Me Cung, Thien Long ...
6. World Heritage with the largest number of original values
In addition to the aesthetic values of landscape and geology, geomorphology recognized two times by UNESCO, Ha Long Bay contains two other exceptional values (biodiversity value and historical and cultural value) while other World Vietnam Heritage sites and over 900 heritage sites in the world don’t have it.
7. Tourism or rest value
The Ha Long Bay still retains many traditional cultural values, a unique natural landscape, spectacular caves, beautiful beaches ... It has the landscape, cultural and historical factors which favor the promotion of Vietnamese tourism. Currently, spending the night in Ha Long Bay on a junk is considered as an original and distinctive tourism experience, which attracts more and more domestic and foreign travelers to this destination.
8. Seafood diversity
With ideal conditions, water rich in nutrients, calm waves, wide beaches, the Ha Long Bay lists of abundant marine resources. It has 450 mollusks sorts, 315 fishes sorts, this is the place of residence and developing various seafood of high value such as grouperes, mackerels, cuttlefishes, shrimps, crabs, abalone, sea cucumbers ... Ha Long facilitates the development of marine aquaculture, particularly species of high economic value, both capable of protecting the environment, such as pearl oyster, shell ...
9. The largest number of international arrivals in Vietnam
With natural preferences and its titles, the Ha Long Bay attracts the largest number of international arrivals among the seven World Heritage sites in Vietnam (with over 6 million domestic and foreign visitors in 2011). Discover the beauty of the Bay Ha Long is still one of the first priorities of international tourists coming to Vietnam.
Cast off at Ly Son Island
Ly Son, one of the three islands of the northeast eponymous island district of Quang Ngai province (Center), shelters many historical sites, caves, coral reefs and beautiful beaches to discover. Ly Son spread over nearly 10 km² and 21,000 inhabitants. Volcanic island, Ly Son has five mountain with docile curves. From their summit, the view embraces a vast panorama, marked by dozens of onion fields hectares. Ly Son beach is beautiful, but is better suited to walking than swimming. The coral reefs make the happiness for amateurs of scuba diving. The island shelters Âm Linh Tu pagoda and Gio's tomb, which honor the soldiers who sacrificed themselves for the country's sovereignty. Two very popular other places are Duc Pagoda located at the foot of a crater, and Hang Pagoda, built 300 years ago in a cave. Architecture amateurs should not miss the communal village of An Hai, Lang Chanh and Ca Ong temples, or Tam Hoà and Thiêm Y Ana palaces. But the real wealth of Ly Son is his garlic. This stone is also called "the kingdom of garlic." It’s grown in volcanic soil, rich in sand, which gives it a very special flavor. Currently, Ly Son garlic is a specialty known and appreciated everywhere in Vietnam. Ly Son has great tourism potentialities. If its strengths which are cultural and historical vestiges, local hospitality and maritime specialized are well exploited, then she could become a destination for of choice for tourists, Vietnamese but also foreigners, pleaded Nguyên Van My, director of Lua Viet tour operator, considering that the Island District needs a global plan for tourism development. Quang Ngai district has approved the socio- economic development project of Ly Son Island District, which focuses on the development of services and tourism infrastructures but also fish farming, according to Vice President of provincial People's Committee, Ta Duy. This project provides for the establishment of three tourism tours. The first concerns the pagodas and temples, the second the mountains, streams and caves, and the last coral reefs, scuba diving and other water sports.
This religious festival begins each year on April 13th or 14th and ended on April 16th or 15th. It marks the end of the dry season. Cambodians make offerings to the Wat (pagoda), polish their homes, exchange gifts and new clothes, and sprinkle each other. In the street, they play traditional games such as Boh Angkunh the Chaol Chhoung The Leak Kansaeng and tug of war. This is the most important holiday of the year.
Deux new exhibitions are presented at the French Institute of Cambodia from February 16th 2012. Theam Lim, under the theme "Alienation / Alteration", is looking for a new way of painting and of expressing himself, by using techniques with polychrome and lacquered paint. Theam Lim studied in particular the paint and the design to the School of Fine Arts and to the Boulle School in Paris. Graduated from the Royal university of Fine arts, Tith Veasna presents, through the " Krama " exhibition, its work around this Cambodian traditional cotton piece, to the generations of young Cambodians.
The Agenda 2012: A sampling of celebrations not to be missed throughout Southeast Asia ...
Songkran (New year Thaï): April
Royal Ploughing Ceremony: beginning in May at Bangkok
Rocket festival: Middle of May at Yasothon (Nord-East)
Visakha Puja: May Full moon
Birthday of Her Majesty the Queen: August 12th
Ok Phansa and Thot Kathin: October
Ragattas : October at Thot Kathin, Nan, Phichit, Surat Thani, Nakhon Phanom, Pathumthani. Loi. Krathong: November Full moon
Festival of elephants in Surin: Third week-end of November
Week of River Kwai Bridge: end of November- beginning of December
Birthday of His Majesty the King: December 5th
Makha Puja: February during the Full moon
New year Khmer (Bon Chaul Chhnam): April 2012
Genocide day: May 9th 2012
Sihamoni Birthday King: May 2012
Bouddha Birthday: May 2012
Norodom Sihanouk king Birthday: October 31st
Independence Day: November 9th
Têt festival (Vietnamese and Chinese): February
Pii may or Pimay (New year Buddhist): April 2012
Fang Mae Khong Festival at Vientiane, Luang Prabang and Thakhek: from October 1st to 31st 2011
National holiday (Vanh Saad): December 2nd 2012
Têt festival (Vietnamese or Chinese New Year): February
Wat Phou at Champassak: February
Lao Elephant Festival at Paklay District (Sayaboury province): February
Magha Puja (Makha Bouça) at Luang Prabang: February
Thanakha Grinding Festival in Rakhine state: April 2012
Thingyan Festival (water festival): April 2012
Kason : April 2012
Nat Pwe Festival at Taungbyon and Amarāpura (Mandalay): August 2012
Phaung-Daw U big festival at Inle Lake: September / October 2012
Kyaukdawgyi pagoda festival at Mandalay: October 2012
Thidingyut Festival (Lights Festival): October 2012
Dance elephants Festival at Kyaukse (Mandalay): October 2012
Hot Air Balloon Festival at Taunggyi: November 2012
Tazaungdaing Festival: November 2012
Kyaik-Hti-Yo pagoda festival (to Golden Rock): November 2012
Pyatha (Independence Day): January 4th 2013
Mahamuni pagoda festival at Mandalay: February 2013
Tabodwe (Feast of Shan State and Union Day): February 2013
Pwe du Paya Baw-Gyo festival at Thipaw: March 2013
Kakku (Kekku) pagoda festival around Taunggyi: March 2013
Thay pagoda festival (Ha Tay province): April 2012
Van Vi village festival (Ha Tay province): April 2012
Truong Yen festival (Ninh Binh province): April 2012
Launch kites festival at Ba Giang (Ha Tay province): April 2012
Saigon capture Birthday: April 2012
Bach Dang festival (Quang Ninh province): May 2012
Bouddha Birthday: May 17th 2012
Ba Chua Xu festival at Chau Doc: May 2012
Quang Lan festival (Bac Ninh province): July 2012
National festival: September 2nd 2012
buffalo fighting festival at Do Son: September 2012
Mid-Autumn festival (child festival): September 2012
Tran temple festival at Nam Dinh: September 2012
Double nine festival at Trung Cuu: October 2012
Da Sy festival around Hanoi: February 2013
Hội festival at Lim (Bac Ninh province): February 2013
Trang-Nguyên festival (first winner): February 2013
Quam An festival at Da Nang: February and 2013
Chua Huong (Perfume pagoda festival) at Huong Son: March 2013
Fisherman Festival at Hội An: March 2013
Toutes les dates mentionnées sont sous réserve de modification.
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