Walking around Hanoi on the 7th day of this Lunar New Year, it is easy to see that many places are still crowded with people going to spring.
Although on the 6th of the last New Year, many places returned to work, immediately after that it fell on 2 weekends, so it seems that people still continue to take advantage of spring travel. Walking around the streets of Hanoi in the morning and afternoon today (the 7th day of Tet), especially in places like Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam, Uncle Ho’s Mausoleum, temples, streets around West Lake … you will see a scene full of tourists.
At the Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam, during the past Tet holidays and until today, the flow of people from all over the world. Many groups of tourists from other provinces make this place extremely crowded. In particular, many young people take advantage of the spring days to visit here and pray for good luck and good things in their studies.
Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam on the 7th is still very crowded.
Around the Temple of Literature, there are many places to ask for letters at the beginning of the year, which also attract a lot of people. In particular, right opposite the Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam, there is also a separate area set up for people to visit and ask for letters.
Area for display, writing… at the beginning of the year for visitors to visit and ask for words.
On the 7th day of the Lunar New Year, the sunny weather is more suitable for a spring trip, even if it is a “race” spring trip. Indeed, if it’s like this in Hanoi, if you don’t go out, it’s a mistake with the weather.
Going to Uncle Ho’s Mausoleum and then back to the West Lake side, the more crowded and bustling the roads are. People who go to Mass at the beginning of the year, people who go out, take advantage of the last days of holidays during Tet.
Uncle Ho’s mausoleum is also a place that attracts many people in the first days of the year.
Many roads around West Lake are extremely crowded.
Many people choose to ride ducks at Truc Bach Lake on a sunny day.
The temples around the West Lake are still crowded with tourists flocking to spring, going to festivals…
Only 1-2 more days and everyone will return to normal work. However, it cannot be denied that the Tet atmosphere is still very busy everywhere. Currently, not only traveling around Hanoi, many people are still “working hard” to travel at the beginning of the new year to many domestic and foreign tourist destinations.
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