A man holds up a branch of peach blossom, which is a key feature of Vietnam's Lunar New Year traditions (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – The 2019 Lunar New Year holiday will fall on February 4-8, which means it will span nine days including the two weekends, according to a newly approved proposal. … [Read more...] about Lunar New Year holiday 2019 to last for 9 days
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Hotels in Hoi An full in Lunar New Year 2018 Update: Thursday, March 01, 2018 Views: 89 Room occupancy rate at most accommodation establishments, hotels and homestays in Hoi An City, the central province of Quang Nam, reached 100% from February 15th (the 28th day of lunar December 2018) to now. In spite of the Lunar New Year (Tet) holidays passing, many tourist attractions in Hoi An such as Cam Thanh Forest and Cu Lao Cham witnessed sudden sharp increase in number of travellers. Surveys showed that hotels above two-stars always had room occupancy of 90-100%. Ms. Hua Thi Anh, General Director of Phu Thinh Hotel said that compared to previous years, the number of tourists reserving rooms during Tet holiday 2018 increased sharply, with a room occupancy rate of 85-90%, or even 100% at some nights. Similarly, some hotels such as Den Long, Cong Doan, Kim An or homestays in the hub had room occupancy rate of 85-90%. Visitors to Hoi An … [Read more...] about Hotels in Hoi An full in Lunar New Year 2018
Did the dog leave you for a better master? Has your girlfriend left you for another boy? Failed every test at school? Don’t worry! It’s New Year! Did the dog leave you for a better master? Has your girlfriend left you for another boy? Failed every test at school? Don’t worry! It’s New Year! The coming year brings with it many things the lunar 2016 missed. More opportunities, better twists and turns, unexpected surprises and another special feature; more climate change! If you take the time to read the sales brochure for the lunar 2017, you’ll discover it costs exactly the same as last year and comes with brand-new opportunities to improve your life, luck and health. For example, the lunar 2017 comes with fully automated new friends, travel and some quiet time to reflect on how you’re doing in life. The windscreen is slightly tinted too, so you don’t have to squint at any unpleasant memories from the lunar 2016, even if you come across a … [Read more...] about Lunar New Year’s Eve in Vietnam: Shake it off!
Like Vietnam, the Lunar New Year is the most important celebration of the year for many Asian countries. Lunar New Year marks the end of winter and the dawn of spring bringing hopes of good luck and happiness. China Chinese New Year is an important traditional Chinese holiday, celebrated at the turn of the Chinese lunar calendar. In China, it is also known as the Spring Festival, the literal translation of the modern Chinese name. The Spring Festival is the most important festival for Chinese family members as it is the time that they will all gather together, like western families at Christmas. Chinese New Year celebrations traditionally run from New Year’s Eve, the last day of the last month in the Chinese calendar, to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month, making the festival the longest in the Chinese calendar. Before the New Year comes, the people completely clean the inside and outside of their homes, as well as their clothes, bedclothes and all their … [Read more...] about Asian countries welcome the Lunar New Year
Cuisines For Lunar New Year By Dat Tien Many restaurants and hotels under Saigontourist Holding Company will serve Tet (Lunar New Year) buffets as a way to welcome the Year of the Cat, which begins on February 3 Majestic Saigon Hotel (1 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1, HCM City. Tel: 08.38295517) Prima Ballroom & Breeze Sky Bar (on the 5th floor) will serve a New Year’s Eve buffet with European and Asian dishes from 7:00 p.m. of the 30th day of lunar December (Feb. 2) until 0:30 a.m. on the next day, with free flow of red wine, white wine, beer, soft drinks, mineral water and champagne. Ticket prices are VND1.75 million (US$89) for adults. M. Bar (on the top floor) will have an outdoor New Year’s Eve (on Feb. 2) buffet from 7 p.m. The buffet goes with grilled dishes and free beverages including wine, beer, soft drinks, mineral water and champagne. Adults have to pay VND1.75 million (US$89) for this event. Serenade Restaurant (on the 7th floor) will serve a New Year’s Eve … [Read more...] about Cuisines For Lunar New Year