With less than 3 weeks until the Mid-Autumn Festival, the city’s traditional lantern street is filled with colorful lights…
Formed more than half a century ago and now an indispensable cultural feature every Mid-Autumn Festival, Luong Nhu Hoc Lantern Street is a place that both produces and sells many different types of lanterns and unicorn heads.. Although the road is only 1 km away, the full moon atmosphere in September is still extremely bustling.
At the time before the Mid-Autumn Festival, lantern street is always crowded with people taking pictures and shopping, especially on weekends.
A house at the bottom is a place to sell lanterns, and at the top is a place to produce beautiful lanterns.
The familiar street of the city people every Mid-Autumn Festival with thousands of different types of lanterns waiting for visitors to visit.
This year, the booths displayed dozens of different types of lanterns with many modern designs, sizes from large to small, extremely rich.
Models and designs this year are more diverse than in previous years, but with a slight increase in price, the price will also increase slightly.
Not only new models, but also traditional lanterns are still sold in large quantities, for those who love a gentle lantern on the occasion of the Mid-Autumn Festival.
In addition to lanterns, Luong Nhu Hoc street also specializes in producing unicorn heads. This is a traditional profession that requires extremely high meticulousness and ingenuity.
Small traders carefully “take care” of each of their lanterns.
Although it is less crowded than in previous years, Lantern Street is still the first place people think of when coming to the Mid-Autumn Festival.The stalls are still visited by many people and young people to “buy” a lovely lamp right away.
This is a place that is like a “childhood paradise” for the little ones, they are extremely excited when their parents take them to visit this sparkling neighborhood.
This year, the photography is quite comfortable and the number of people is not too crowded, so the young people are free to take pictures in front of the “curtain” of colorful lanterns.
In the evening, the line of people visiting lantern street is more and more crowded.
L is the largest place to sell lanterns in Ho Chi Minh City, so this is also a familiar check-in point for young people at every Mid-Autumn Festival.
Luong Nhu Hoc Lantern Street is open from morning to night.
Parking is from 10,000 to 15,000 and is located along Tran Hung Dao street next to Luong Nhu Hoc street.