Fireworks display to mark Hanoi’s 60th Liberation Day

The People’s Committee of Ha Noi has approved 15-minute firework displays at 30 venues on October 10 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the capital’s Liberation Day.

As scheduled, high range firework shows, starting from 9pm, will be conducted at five places, including Hoan Kiem lake (Sword Lake), Thong Nhat park in Hai Ba Trung district, West lake in Tay Ho district, Van Quan lake in Ha Dong district, and My Dinh national stadium.

[caption id="attachment_4609" align="aligncenter" width="900"] High range firework shows will be starting from 9pm, 10 October at Returned Sword Lake (Hoan Kiem Lake)[/caption]
Twenty-five low-range firework

Celebrating the 60th anniversary of Hanoi’s Liberation Day

A ceremony is scheduled to be held at the Friendship Cultural Palace in Hanoi on the morning of October 10.

A wide range of activities will be held to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the capital’s Liberation Day (October 10, 1954 – 2014), according to an announcement made by Hanoi municipal Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

The event will honour outstanding organisations and individuals in realising the patriotic emulation movement and the ‘Good People and Good Deeds’ movement, as well as Hanoi’s outstanding citizens of 2014.

The highlight of this year’s activities is a fifteen-minute firework shows at 30
Duong Lam

Hanoi Suburban Attractions

Bat Trang Pottery Village has been located in Hanoi’s suburb as a handicraft village for over 5 centuries. The name “Bat Trang” was first called in Le Dynasty. The ceramics of this village has been well-known with its fine and polished glaze since the very first days.

Restaurants Reopen Schedule for 2014 Tet Holiday

Tet is coming real close, one more day to go. Have you felt it yet? Spring festive atmosphere has already filled every little corner of Hanoi. Streets are covered with reddish pink peach blossoms and orange kumquat trees. Only at this time can you see Hanoi in its purest: the city will be vacant, revealing its beautiful quiet old streets, ancient traditions, quality family time, just like Western Christmas.

Public holiday in Vietnam

Every nation has its own public holidays and celebrations all year round, to which Vietnam is no exception. The most interesting things about these holidays are that they are held in various forms and for various purposes.

Travel by buses in Hanoi

 

Scam free, cheap but a bit difficult to comprehend at first, buses in Hanoi are relatively fast and comfortable.

Shopping in Hanoi

Shopping in Hanoi is an opportunity to discover and relish the unique stores and products at reasonable prices. Unlike other cities and regions, Hanoi residents are keen on buying items on street shops rather than in supermarkets or shopping malls. The streets in Hanoi are filled with the locals’ tiny boutiques and almost any kinds of commodities are pretty reachable. Here are some suggestions for products that you can purchase in Hanoi.

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