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Vietnam on New Year's Eve

  • Nokka

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    We will be in southern Vietnam on New Year's Eve (that is 31 Dec, not Tet) this year. I note that 1 January is a public holiday, but do the Vietnamese go in for celebrations on NYE ? We are thinking of being in Saigon if it is worth being there for any celebrations. We're not looking for a major party necessarily; just wondering what the city is like that night ??

    #1 Posted: 15/4/2009 - 18:21

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    Yes "Western" new year is celebrated in Vietnam -- Saigon should be a hopping town that night.

    #2 Posted: 16/4/2009 - 13:35

  • minhnguyen1-
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    Hi Nokka
    last year, there were shows on road included singing, martial arts, traditional game...The foreign people can join it.There were alot of shows were operated in parks .The bars have their own seperate ways to celebrate western new year

    #3 Posted: 22/4/2009 - 15:07

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