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The Mid-Autumn Festival is three weeks away, but many families and young people have flocked to Hang Ma Street (Hanoi) to go for a walk and buy toys.

Bustling Hanoi street gears up for upcoming Tet holiday

With just under one month to go until the start of the Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet, shops on Hang Ma Street in Hanoi downtown have been making meticulous preparations for the upcoming festival 

Hang Ma Street glows in Christmas spirit

There’s no better place to be for the build-up to Christmas in Hanoi than Hang Ma Street where most decorations are sold.

Hanoi street sees upturn in Xmas buildup

With Christmas drawing near, Hang Ma Street in the heart of Hanoi’s Old Quarter is starting to see an increase in trade, with a number of shops putting various different types of decorations on display.

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.

Hanoi shop owners criticised for charging photo taking fees

Shop owners on Hang Ma Street in Hanoi’s Old Quarter have asked visitors to pay fees for taking photos at their shops for the mid-Autumn festival, causing public outrage.

Hang Ma Street bustling as Mid-Autumn festival nears

With the Mid-Autumn Festival peaking, people have been flooding into Hanoi’s Old Quarter, especially Hang Ma Street, to shop, take photos and enjoy the festive ambience.

Hang Ma Street gears up for start of Mid-Autumn festival

With nearly one month to go shops located on Hang Ma Street in Hanoi have been making preparations for the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival by displaying a range of colourful ornaments, allowing visitors to soak up the festive atmosphere.

Votive paper market appears quiet during ‘ghost month’

The once-bustling Hang Ma street in the centre of Hanoi has fallen quiet amid ‘ghost month’, the seventh month of the Lunar Calendar, as a result of the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.

Shops on Hang Ma street enjoy pre-Tet boost in sales

Shoppers have been flocking to Hang Ma street in central Hanoi as they seek to purchase decorative items to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet.

Pre-Christmas hustle and bustle hits Hang Ma street

Located in the heart of the capital’s Old Quarter, Hang Ma street is enjoying a flurry of trade as various shops sell different types of decorations in anticipation for the upcoming festive period over Christmas.

Christmas atmosphere on Hang Ma Street

As Christmas nears, colourful decorations have already been sold at various shops and stores along Hang Ma Street in Hanoi.

Mural street shines during Mid-Autumn Festival

As the Mid-Autumn Festival is coming near, the streets of Hanoi are filled with vibrant lanterns with different colors and shapes. 

Hang Ma street makes preparations ahead of mid-Autumn festival

With the mid-Autumn festival just around the corner, Hang Ma street in Hanoi has been lit-up by colourful ornaments, allowing visitors to enjoy the festive atmosphere when wandering around the area.

Hang Ma street makes preparations ahead of mid-Autumn festival

With the mid-Autumn festival just around the corner, Hang Ma street in Hanoi has been lit-up by colourful ornaments, allowing visitors to enjoy the festive atmosphere when wandering around the area.

Hang Ma Street full of Christmas color

 VietNamNet Bridge - Hang Ma is a familiar address to Hanoians as it sells decorative items for the Christmas and New Year holiday.

Celebrating Christmas during crunch time

 VietNamNet Bridge – The economic slowdown is taking a heavy toll on Christmas celebrations this year. Businesses, souvenir shops, and even Santa Clauses are under pressure.

Expatriates experience joys of Vietnamese New Year festival

VietNamNet Bridge – One week after Tet, the party spirit is still very much present in the streets and in the houses of Vietnamese families. While it has long been a sacred festival for Vietnamese people,

Snakes on Hang Ma Street

VietNamNet Bridge - Ornaments, lucky money envelopes, Feng Shui statues… are sold very well on the days before the lunar New Year.

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

The special ambience of Christmas has warmed up big cities like Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh. In many corners of the capital, from streets to family homes, from churches to shops, decorations with lights, snow, Santa Clauses