The Lung Cu flag tower – the Northernmost point of Vietnam is situated on the top of Long Son (also called Dragon Mountain) in Lung Cu commune, Dong Van district, Ha Giang province. This land is well-known for its majestic beauty, with zigzag mountainous paths and ancient houses located on cat-ear-shaped rocks. These days, the land has become brighter with young people dressed in vibrant colored brocade clothes during the traditional Tet fair.

The westernmost point of Vietnam, Milestone Zero A Pa Chai is located on Khoang La San peak, in Sin Thau commune, Muong Nhe district, Dien Bien province. In the days leading up to Tet holiday, locals often wear new clothes and hustle to buy necessities.

In Van Ninh district, Khanh Hoa province, local people and visitors often come to Mui Doi – the easternmost end of Vietnam to enjoy the spectacular beauty of turquoise sea and long stretches of white beaches.

Coming to the southernmost end of Vietnam, Cape Ca Mau in Mui village, Ngoc Hien commune, Nam Can district, Ca Mau province, visitors have a chance to admire many roads decked out with red flags and flowers to welcome a lucky and peaceful lunar new year.

Locals go to the Lung Cu fair market every Friday in the ending month of the lunar year to buy necessities for Tet holiday.
Hmong people in Ma Le commune, Dong Van district preparing things for Tet.
Local people in Sin Thau commune, Muong Nhe district, Dien Bien hustling to buy decorative items for Tet in A Pa Chai market.
During the Tet holiday, travelers often come to Mui Doi in Van Ninh district, Khanh Hoa province, to welcome the new year.
Khai Long and Dat Mui tourism areas are attractive destinations for visitors during Tet holiday.
An employee of the Dat Mui National tourism area decorating a flower boat at the ending point of Ho Chi Minh road.


Translated by Quynh Oanh