What are Vietnam holidays?

What are three holidays in Vietnam?

January 1: New Year Day, one day holiday. April 30: Saigon Liberation Day, one day holiday. May 1: International Labor Day, one day holiday. September 2: National Day of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, one day holiday.

Is Christmas a national holiday in Vietnam?

In Vietnam, Christmas Eve is often more important than Christmas Day. Christmas isn’t an official public holiday and many people think it’s only a holiday for Christians.

What traditions do Vietnamese have?

Besides folk religion, religion in Vietnam has historically been a mix of Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism, known in Vietnamese as the Tam Giáo (“the three religions”). Catholicism is also practiced in modern Vietnam. Ancestor worship and filial piety is commonly practised amongst the older generation of Vietnamese.

What holiday is today?

What Holiday is Today? ( October 15, 2021)

Holiday name Holiday location Holiday type
Teacher’s Day Brazil Observance
National Aesthetician Day Weird
National Cheese Curd Day Weird
National I Love Lucy Day Weird

What is the most important festival in your country Vietnam?

Lunar New Year, locally called Tet, is the biggest festival of the year with the whole country downing tools for family get-togethers.

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