People in HCMC now can buy beautiful but low-cost flowers at markets around town for decoration at upcoming Tet (Vietnamese traditional New Year festival – from February 12 to 14, 2021 this year).
Clever bonsai gardeners switch to online selling amid Covid-19
Peach blossom and kumquat gardeners and traders have high expectation for sales as the Tet holiday approaches.
Eight interesting things to experience around Hanoi
Packed full of wonderful things for tourists to explore and sample, including a flower market at night, 12 flower seasons, egg coffee, and a long ceramic road, Hanoi represents a great city to visit.
Hanoi's largest flower market goes online
Quang An Flower Market remains empty as small traders and 300 shops close during the social distancing period and many have moved their businesses online.
Spring in the air and the streets
The spring atmosphere is overwhelming Hanoi’s streets, from downtown to the outskirts.
Hanoi's largest flower market enjoys bustling atmosphere ahead of Tet
With the Lunar New Year drawing closer, a vibrant environment has descended on the famous Quang Ba flower market in Hanoi due to the increase in traders.
Hang Luoc Street flower market opens for Tet in Hanoi
The Hoan Kiem District People’s Committee opened the Hang Luoc Street traditional flower market and diverse activities at the Phung Hung Street mural space on January 10 in celebration of the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet).
Hanoi to apply street ban for spring flower market
Hanoi authorities will ban traffic from five streets in the city centre for a spring flower market.
Hanoi gears up to open 51 spring flower markets for Tet
A total of 51 spring flower markets are set to be opened throughout Hanoi for the purpose of shopping, sightseeing, and entertainment for guests to enjoy in the buildup to the Lunar New Year or Tet.