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 Giong festival
The Giong  Festival is held annually in Phu Dong Village, Gia Lam District, Hanoi. This large festival is held on the 9th day of the 4th month of the lunar calendar
 Gong festival
The Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) gong cultural festival will open in Dak Lak province on November 21, said head of the festival’s organizing board Mai Hoa Nie Kdam
 Lim Quan Ho
The Lim festival, opening on January 13th (lunar year), is the leading Quan Ho song festival as many famous Quan Ho Song villages in the area take part in it.
 Dong nhan
Dong Nhan village holds its festival from the third to the sixth day of the second lunar month (april), date when villagers recovered the statues of the two heroes in the Red River
 Yen Tu Pagoda
The Yen Tu Pagoda festival takes place from January 15 to March 15 (lunar year) in Quang Ninh, a border province. Yen Tu is the name of a 1,068m high mountain, some 15 km to the North West of Uong Bi, chief town of Quang Ninh province.
 Co loa
This festival pays homage to King An Duong Vuong who built the Au Lac Kingdom and the Co Loa Citadel to fight the battle against enemies in III B.C. 
 Trieu khuc village festival
Located in a suburban area of Hanoi, Trieu Khuc village is the site of a former 4,000-year old ceramics production centre.
 Lieu Doi Nam Dinh wrestling competition
This annual festival takes place from the 5th to the 10th of the first lunar month in Thanh hamlet, Thanh Liem district, Nam Dinh. This is a land of nice terrain with three high hillocks in front and five lower ones behind.
 Dong da
Dong Da hillock festival takes place annually on the 5th (20 February 2008) of Lunar New Year. This is a victorious festival, organized in memory of the King Quang Trung's great merit - the hero in national history of anti - invaders.
 Phu giay festival
There is a Vietnamese saying: "We have the Father's Festival in August and the Mother's Festival in March." The Mother's Festival is held in the Phu Giay Temple which is dedicated to a female genius, Lieu Hanh.
 Hung temple
This national festival is held to worship the Hung Kings, who were instrumental in founding the nation. The festival lasts for 3 days from the 9th to the 11th of the 3rd lunar month (15 april 2008)
 Le mat
Le Mat Village Festival is held annually on the 23rd of the 3rd lunar month. In the early morning on the 23rd day of the 3rd month, representatives of the 13 camps to the west of the Ancient Capital of Thang Long carry 13 trays of food over their heads from the capital to the Le Mat Village
 Mid autumn moon holiday
The Moon Festival originates thousands of years ago and is celebrated in many Far East Asian countries that once used the lunar calendar like Vietnam, China and Korea and is considered the Children's Festival. 
 Con Son Kiep bac
Hai Duong is located in the North Vietnam Plains and Midlands. It is bordered by Haiphong Province in the east, Hung Yen in the west, Bac Ninh and Bac Giang in the north, and Thai Binh in the south. The main ethnic groups living in the area are the Kinh, Hoa, Tay, and San Diu. The annual average temperature is 23?C. Economic potentialities: agriculture, fruit trees (litchi).
Interesting sites in the province include Con Son and Kiep Bac.
 Nui ba
During the spring until the afternoon of the 30th day of the 1st lunar month (march 2008), and especially on the day of the full moon of the first month, tourists from Ho Chi Minh City and the provinces of the south  pilgrimage to worship and sightsee
 Perfume pagoda
The Perfume Pagoda Festival lasts from the 6th day of the 1st month to the end of the 3rd month of the lunar calendar. Visitors can get tot the Perfume Pagoda either by the inland road or by water way