Golden apricot garden in the heart of Saigon attracts visitors

A section of Pham Ngoc Thach street and the Youth Cultural House campus is decorated with more than 100 apricot trees and miniatures that attract many people to visit and take pictures.

Opening on the afternoon of January 5, Golden Apricot Street and Ong Do Street at Thanh Nien Cultural House (Pham Ngoc Thach Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City), within the framework of the 2023 Vietnamese Tet Festival, attracted a large number of people. Saigonese people, including many young people, come to have fun and take pictures during Tet.

Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 1.
This year, with the theme “The city I love”, the 2023 Viet Quy Mao Tet Festival takes place earlier than every year, the Tet atmosphere is more filled than ever.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 2.
The Vietnamese New Year Festival is one of the annual activities of the Youth Cultural House in Ho Chi Minh City and is expected by people including overseas Vietnamese every year when the New Year comes to an end. On this occasion, many young people and families often wear traditional ao dai, ba ba… to take pictures with a vibrant and bold atmosphere of Tet here.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 3.
The space of this year’s Vietnamese New Year Festival is decorated with 100 apricot trees.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 4.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 5.
Although it is 12 noon, many women are still very happy and excited to come tomorrow to take pictures.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 6.
In addition to the yellow apricot, many miniatures of rice and corn are also beautifully decorated.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 7.
In addition, many folk activities on New Year’s Day are reproduced such as: molding to he, making art paper twisting paintings, handicrafts… Foreigners have fun on Tet holiday.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 8.
After the first day of opening to welcome guests, many people came to have fun “check in”. On weekends, the number of people coming to visit and take photos increases many times. There is also a rental service for Tet dresses for guests to take pictures for 100,000/2 hours/adult set and children’s costumes for 50,000 VND.($1=24,000 VND)
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 9.
Although it was midday, there were still a lot of people coming to the apricot garden to pose for photos, including Indian tourists…
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 10.
The old man was excited and excited to be taken by his daughter to the Vietnamese New Year Festival to visit and take pictures.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 11.
A baby boy is comforted by his mother to take a photo at the 2023 Vietnamese Tet Festival.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 12.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 13.
Mixed with the space of tomorrow street, this year’s Ong Do street has a large stage system.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 14.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 15.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 16.
In addition to Hoa Mai Street, Ong Do Street, … there are many traditional and modern spaces to take pictures.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 17.
The couple “adventures” with decorative miniatures at the 2023 Vietnamese Tet Festival.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 18.
The small scene of the handicraft village makes many people interested, stopping to take pictures.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 19.
Next to Mai Street is Ong Do Street, which is also bustling with visitors and requests for letters.
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 20.
On the roadside, Pham Ngoc Thach is brilliant with yellow apricots, making many people excited to take pictures
Saigon people are excited to "check in"  on Mai Vang Street, Ong Do Street - Photo 21.
It is known that Mai Street and Ong Do Street are officially open to serve residents and visitors from the afternoon of January 5 to the end of January 26, 2023 (the 5th of the Lunar New Year).

Photo: Internet (vinlove.net)