Tet Holiday – Everything about Vietnamese New Year 2021
Tet holiday – Vietnamese Lunar New Year or simply TET is the most significant festival inVietnam. As a result of being calculated by the lunar calendar, the Tet festival often occurs atthe end of January or the beginning of February, which is later than New Year’s Day.
Tet festival 2021 is on February 12th, 2021 (New Year Eve is the previous day). Our offices willbe closed on February 10th to February 16th
Although both Vietnam and China use the lunar calendar, Vietnamese people have differentlunar new year customs, celebrations, and traditions from China.
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What is Tet Holiday – Vietnamese New Year?
Tet Vietnam is celebrated to welcome the Lunar New Year and summarize what they did in theold one. It is considered an important mark for changes, plans, and progress. In addition,Vietnamese people believe that what they do on the first day of the new year will affect their rest. Therefore, they pay great attention to every word they say and everything they do. Furthermore, Tet in Vietnam may be the only occasion for all family members to have happymoments together after a year of hard-working.
A traditional Tet festival in Vietnam often lasts for a month. However, the busy life makes itshorter, even disappear. Recently, some people express their idea to cancel the VietnameseNew Year and only celebrate the Western New Year. The Tet holiday will have remain as a vitalfestival in Vietnam because of its priceless traditions, customs, and meaning.
The History of Lunar New Year in Vietnam