The approaching Mid-Autumn Festival is also a time when a joyful and bustling atmosphere spreads throughout the three regions of the country.
The people of the capital crowded into the streets to play the Mid-Autumn Festival
According to our records, on the evening of September 9 (the night of the 14th Mid-Autumn Festival), thousands of people flocked to Hang Ma, Phung Hung, Hang Chieu, Hang Luoc, Hang Duong and Dong Xuan streets, causing these streets to be congested.
Both adults and children are eager to take to the streets to enjoy the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Even foreigners are very curious about the crowded and bustling scene in these streets.
Young people are excited to save memories with friends.
At the intersections of Hang Ma – Hang Duong, Hang Ma – Dong Xuan … always in a state of crowded people. Adults and children all have a hard time moving through.
Today is also on the weekend, so Hoan Kiem pedestrian street is packed with people, every corner is full of people.
The stalls selling traditional Mid-Autumn toys also attract the attention of many people.
Due to the large number of people, the roads around this place are heavily congested, and the traffic police and ward police have to be present to regulate traffic and ensure security and order.
Not far from the pedestrian street, the old town night market is also crowded, young people try to take pictures to check-in next to the big and colorful lanterns.
Uncle Tran Thanh – a seller of star lanterns at the night market said that this year, people’s purchasing power decreased partly due to unfavorable weather, and the number of star lights sold in a day was less than usual: “Mid-Autumn Festival But one day I only sell 45-50 pieces, mostly because the kids don’t like it anymore.”
At the pedestrian street, the flow of people flocking to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival is getting more and more crowded.
Not only Vietnamese but also many foreign tourists also come to Walking Street to join the sea of people on the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Although crowded and difficult to travel, these guests were quite excited because they were welcoming the Mid-Autumn Festival in Hanoi for the first time.
Da Nang people take to the streets to watch the lion dance, traffic jams
On the evening of September 9, thousands of Da Nang people poured into the streets to have fun and watch the lion dance on the occasion of the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Due to the large number of people pouring into the street, in some streets, there are unicorns performing, causing traffic jams because people stop to watch.
During this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival, in Da Nang, there are many Lion teams performing on the streets.
Drums, cheers and attentive eyes follow every step of the Lion.
The children were delighted when their parents took them to see the Lion dance and play with the old man.
After watching the lion dance performance, the central street of Da Nang was again congested because many people stopped at the same time on the roadway.
The functional forces have been strengthened to ensure traffic safety and order in the area during the time when people celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Although the weather in Da Nang sometimes rains quite heavily, many people still take their children to see the lion dance to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Lantern street in Ho Chi Minh City is packed with people, parents carry their children to play the Mid-Autumn Festival
Reported by PV at 20:00, the roads leading to Luong Nhu Hoc lantern street are seriously congested.
At lantern street, many shops actively decorate with lanterns and sell children’s toys to attract customers.
People who come to the street are mostly families with young children.
Although the weather was hot and crowded, so that their children could see the lanterns and decorations in the Mid-Autumn Festival, many parents and their children crossed the sea of people to visit and play in the street.
Authorities must sweat to regulate traffic.