(Cinet)- Phan Cong Hon Temple located in Ba Diem Commune, Hoc Mon District, Ho Chi Minh City. The festival of Dong Nhan Temple is held annually on the 25th day of the second lunar month.
Kon K’Tu, a community in the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum, is renowned for its many festivals and pristine beauty.
Xen Muong Festival – one of the biggest in the year of the Thai ethinic minority – is dedicated to deities who founded and reclaimed Muong (namely the land where the Thai is residing) praying for happiness and prosperity.
(Cinet)- Khmer people’s new year festival lasts three days and four days in leap years from the 1st to the 3rd day of Chet Lunar month. Each of these days has its own name. Apart from worshipping the Buddha, Khmer people believe that every year the heaven sends a god called Tevoda to the earth to look after human beings and their life. At the end of the year, the god returns to heaven and another one will replace him. Therefore, in the new year’s eve, every family prepares a party, burns incense and lights up lamps in a ceremony to see off the old Tedova and greet the new one. They also pray to this god for good luck.
Xoe Festival is held on the 15th of the 1st Lunar month in Ta Chai Village, Bac Ha Town, is the spring festival of the Tay to pray for good crop, full of grains and rice.