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Halloween toys flood Hang Ma street

A range of exciting toys following the theme of Halloween have gone on sale on Hang Ma street in Hanoi’s Old Quarter with the festival drawing near.

Originally a festival celebrated in the West, Halloween falls on October 31 annually.
Originally a festival celebrated in the West, Halloween falls on October 31 annually.
Customers can typically purchase festive items in the week leading up to Halloween, with a wide range of toys going on sale, including pumpkins and costumes.
Customers can typically purchase festive items in the week leading up to Halloween, with a wide range of toys going on sale, including pumpkins and costumes.
Each year pumpkin-shaped lanterns prove to be the most popular item on sale.
Each year pumpkin-shaped lanterns prove to be the most popular item on sale.
For this year’s Halloween celebrations, new special ghost-shaped lanterns appear to be one of the most popular items among young people.
For this year’s Halloween celebrations, new special ghost-shaped lanterns appear to be one of the most popular items among young people.
Decorative items and Halloween-themed toys are available to purchase at many shops throughout the capital, with local people, especially youngsters, enjoying seeing them on sale.
Decorative items and Halloween-themed toys are available to purchase at many shops throughout the capital, with local people, especially youngsters, enjoying seeing them on sale.
Spooky masks on sale featuring ghosts and ghouls
Spooky masks on sale featuring ghosts and ghouls
Colourful witch hats excite children viewing the festive items.
Colourful witch hats excite children viewing the festive items.
Shops in the area usually get crowded as the festival draws near.
Shops in the area usually get crowded as the festival draws near.
Young people are able to buy decorative items and snap fun photos each Halloween.
Young people are able to buy decorative items and snap fun photos each Halloween.

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