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1. 31st January 2014 - Vietnamese Lunar New Year – Tet Nguyen Dan

31st January 2014 -  Vietnamese  Lunar  New Year  – Tet  Nguyen Dan


Tet Nguyen Dan is the most important celebration of Vietnamese culture.

It is by far the country’s most important holiday, and is a bit like combining Christmas, New Year’s, and your birthday into one celebration.

Like Chinese New Year, Tet takes place on the first day of the first month of the Lunar calendar. This usually translates to late January or early February on the Gregorian calendar. In 2014 Tet will be celebrated on January 31.

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2. 9th April 2014-Death Anniversary of the Hung Kings

9th April 2014-Death Anniversary of the Hung Kings


Death Anniversary of the Hung Kings is a Vietnamese festival held annually from the 8th to the 11th days of the third lunar month in honour of the Hung Vuong or Hung Kings. The main festival day – which is a public holiday in Vietnam since 2007

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3. (30th April 1975 – 30th April 2014) – Liberation of Saigon

(30th April 1975 – 30th April 2014) – Liberation of Saigon


Liberation of Saigon was the capture of Saigon Liberation of Saigon, the capital of South Vietnam, by the People's Army of Vietnam and the National Liberation Front on April 30, 1975.

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4. 1st May 2014 - International Workers' Day

1st May  2014 - International Workers' Day 


 International Workers' Day   is a celebration of the international labour movement that occurs on May Day, May 1, a traditional Spring holiday in much of Europe.

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5. 2nd September 2014 – Independence Day

2nd  September  2014 – Independence Day

September 2nd 2014 is a 69th national holiday in Vietnam to commemorate the Vietnam Declaration of Independence from France on September 2nd 1945.

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