Full Moon Festival

Update news Full Moon Festival

Hundreds of Hanoians line up to buy mooncakes

Hundreds of people in Tay Ho district, Hanoi queued in very long line from early morning of September 20, one day before the Full Moon Festival 2021, to buy mooncakes from a famous mooncake brand, ignoring regulations on keeping social distance.

Tò he - A symbol of August Festival

To he is a popular, traditional toy for Vietnamese children and a symbol of Mid-Autumn Festival. These toy figurines are small but colourful and nice. 

Photos show difference between old and modern Full Moon Festival celebrations

Although celebrations for the Mid-Autumn Festival have evolved over the years, the annual event has kept the same meaning, providing a special occasion for family reunions, vibrant dragon dances, colourful lanterns, and delicious moon cakes.

Hai Phong people queue for hours to buy mooncakes

A bustling street in the northern city of Haiphong is home to many traditional mooncake shops which is attracting lots of customers over recent days.

Vietnam Museum of Ethnology celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival

The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology will hold its annual Mid-Autumn Festival themed “Colors of Gia Lai Culture” on September 7 and 8 in the grounds of the museum. 


Hoi An Lantern Full Moon Festival receives tribute on Google homepage

A stunning illustration of the ancient city of Hoi An appeared on Google.com.vn on July 16 to mark the city’s Lantern Full Moon Festival.

Hoi An lists intangible heritages

The ancient city of Hoi An will apply to list its annual mid autumn festival and the traditional pottery craft of Thanh Ha Village as National intangible heritages.

The last moon-cake mold maker in Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge – Mr. Pham Van Quang, 59, is one of the last moon-cake mold makers in Hanoi. He has pursued the job for several decades.

Lantern street in HCM City

Storeowners on Cho Lon Street, also known as lantern street, in District 5 of Ho Chi Minh City are busily preparing to welcome hundreds of visitors and shoppers during the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival.

Best for the fest

As always there’s a wide choice of moon cakes available in Hanoi for the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival.

Hoi An's full moon festival recommended for tourists

 VietNamNet Bridge – Hoi An in central Viet Nam has been recommended by the world-known travel guide Rough Guides as one of the destinations that offer the most interesting night activities.