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Ho Chi Minh , the Lunar New Year and Vietnam's unique Water puppetry are still all popular

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Vietnam likes to remember and enjoy traditions, so did you know....???


Ho Chi Minh was and still is a national hero




Also known as “Great Uncle Ho,” Ho Chi Minh is the founding father of modern Vietnam. He is the symbol of liberation after the War. His remains are mummified and guarded in the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi. 


He was even recognized as a Hero of National Liberation and Great Man of Culture by the UN.


That the Lunar New Year is the most important event of the year




Also known as Tet, the Lunar New Year marks the new year for Vietnamese people, and it is the most important event of the year.


It is widely celebrated throughout the country and in the streets of the cities, you will find many people celebrating. 


Water puppetry is a popular art form




Water puppet shows are extremely popular among tourists, especially in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. However, the art form of water puppetry is ancient and has been going on for a long time here. 


It is a part of the Vietnamese culture and heritage, and it is something that you should not miss experiencing! 



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