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Peach blossom farmers back to work after Tet

Peach blossom farmers in Nhat Tan, a village famous for the flowers in Hanoi, keep in contact with people who hire their trees for Tet and collect them after the Lunar New Year so they can get to work early for the following festival.


A view of the spectacular peach blossoms in Nhat Tan Flower Village

Nhat Tan peach tree village in Tay Ho district has widely been considered one of the most picturesque areas in Hanoi for several of the past years. 

Top five locations to snap beautiful photos for Tet

Phung Hung and Hang Ma mural painting streets, Nhat Tan peach garden, book street, and Phuong Linh flower garden are among the top five places in which people can go to take elegant photos before Tet.

Early peach blossoms gardens in Hanoi attract visitors

The early blooming of peach gardens in Hanoi have worried local growers, so they have made them attractive destinations for visitors for photography.

Tu Lien village bustles with trade ahead of Tet

The arrival of the Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet, signals the arrival of a busy period for sellers operating in Tu Lien village in Tay Ho district of Hanoi.

White apricot trees sought by choosy customers ahead of Tet

Despite their high prices, white apricot blossoms are a sought-after item by many customers in the lead up to the Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet.

Nude photography at lotus lakes crack down

Nhat Tan Ward People's Committee in Hanoi has asked the providers of photo services at local lotus lakes to curb nude photography at the site.


Images: special peach trees not for sale, only for lease

 VietNamNet Bridge – For nearly a week, peach growers in Hanoi’s famous flower villages of Nhat Tan and Phu Thuong have displayed their products to serve this lunar New Year (Tet holiday).

Dog-meat business lacks lack bite in Hanoi

Although dog-meat is still a popular dish in this city, all the dog-meat restaurants in Hanoi's Au Co Street have closed. There have been lots of rumours around their closing which is still a question for many local gastronomers.

Five craft villages to visit before Lunar New Year

 VietNamNet Bridge – Paying a visit to traditional craft villages such as  banh chung, peach and pomelo villages, you will feel the atmosphere of the lunar New Year (Tet holiday) in Vietnam.

Downtown-Noi Bai airport distance halved to 15km

 The distance between central Hanoi and Noi Bai International Airport will be halved to 15 kilometers when a newly built bridge and road leading to the airport is opened to traffic later this week.

Symbols over the Red River

Except for Long Bien Bridge over the Red River, newly built, modern bridges seem to be lacking the architectural creation that would make them works of art.

Hanoi’s peach village prepares for 2015 New Year

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Lunar New Year 2014 or Tet holiday has just ended, but gardeners in Nhat Tan flower village in Hanoi have begun to prepare for the next Tet holiday.

Nhat Tan peach flowers blossom for Tet

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Lunar New Year 2014 is coming in 20 days. At this moment, a lot of peach trees in the Nhat Tan flower village, Hanoi, have bloomed.

Hanoi’s man salvaged 499 bodies in 30 years

 VietNamNet Bridge - Tying his life with an anonymous cemetery and salvaging unknown bodies in the Red River, Mr. Nguyen Van Dung is called by locals the "Red River knight."

Peach blossoms bloom early in Hanoi’s cold

 VietNamNet Bridge – The lunar New Year (Tet) will come in one month but many peach trees in the Nhat Tan flower garden, Hanoi, begin blooming, even in the cold weather.

Denouncing match fixing, defender wins Fairplay Prize

VietNamNet Bridge – Fullback Vo Nhat Tan of Dong Tam FC has been presented the 2012 Fairplay Award for denouncing match fixing plan for the game between Dong Tam and Tay Ninh last year.

Young people flock to visit the “royal garden”

Flower gardens in Nhat Tan village, Hanoi, have suddenly turned into natural parks with many ornaments and all sorts of brightly colored flowers. Young people flock to these gardens to pose for photos, though they have to pay entrance fees.