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Saturdays and Sundays are holidays.

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    Public holidays
    (MIXTOURIST.COM) - Saturdays and Sundays are holidays.
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    There are nine public holidays in a year:
    • January 1: New Year’s Day, one-day holi-day.
    • 10 day of the third lunar month: anniver-sary of the Hung Kings, one-day holiday.
    • April 30: Sai Gon Liberation Day, one-day holiday
    • May 1: Intrnational Labour Day, one-day holiday.
    • September 2: National Day of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, one-day holiday.
    • Viet Nam Traditional Lanar New Year Festival(Tet Nguyen Dan), 4-day holiday. This holiday usually falls between the end of January and middle of February by the solar calendar. The holiday begins on the eve of the lunar New Year and lasts through the first three days of the first lunar month.
    Other major anniversaries

    Solar Calendar
    • February 3: Anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party
    • May 19: Birthday of Ho Chi Minh
    Traditional evevts(lunar calendar)
    • Tet Khai Ha on the 7 day of the 1 lunar month heralds the coming of spring. This is a sign of bumper harvest and prosperity.
    • Tet Thuong Nguyen(or Tet Nguyen Tieu) on the 15 day of the 1 lunar month. Devout Buddhists celebrate at Buddhist Shrines. This is also called the anniversary of Vuddha’s death.
    • Tet Han Thuc(cold goods) takes place on the 3 day of the 3 lunar month. People make offerings of banh troi and banh chay(rice flour doughnuts stuffed with bean paste or lumps of brown sugar).
    • Tet Thanh Minh(serene sky) falls on the 5 day of the 3 lunar month. This is an occasion for people to visit and tidy the burial mounds of relatives.
    • New Year of Khmer people in the Mekong Delta on the 2 day of the 4 lunar month.
    • Buddha’s Birthday on the 8 day of the 4 lunar month.
    • Tet Doan Ngo, also called “Exterminating pest Day”, is on the 5 day of the 5 lunar month. It is tradition to get up early, bath, eat fruit and drink sticky-rice wine.
    • Tet Trung Nguyen(or Xa toi vong nhan) on the 15 day of the 7 lunar month.
    • Tet Trung Thu(Mid-Autumn festival) on the 15 day of the 8 lunar month.
    • Kate Tet is celebrated by the Cham people of the Brahmanist group on the 29 day of the 8 lunar month.
    • Tet Ha Nguyen(New-Rice Tet) falls on the 1 day of the 10 lunar month.
    • Lantern Festival is celebrated by the Khmer population in the south-west of Viet Nam in honour of the moon, on the 15 day of the 11 lunar month.
    • Tet Tao Quan(Household Gods) is on the 23 day of the 12 month. It ends a year of working and heralds the coming of Tet Nguyen Dan.
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