Monday , January 30 2023

Vehicles banned from downtown HCMC on Lunar New Year’s Eve


All vehicles will be prohibited from downtown Ho Chi Minh City Saturday night through midnight to make room for fireworks and other Tet celebrations.

In District 1, the no-vehicles area will be bordered by Vo Van Kiet, Ton Duc Thang, Le Duan and Pasteur streets. A section of Nguyen Tat Thanh Street from Hoang Dieu to the Khanh Hoi Bridge in District 4 will also be blocked to traffic and the Ba Son bridge will also be closed, according to the Ho Chi Minh City department of transport.

The downtown HCMC area where vehicles are banned from during Lunar New Years Eve is highlighted in red. Photo courtesy of the HCMC Department of Transport

The downtown HCMC area where vehicles are banned from during Lunar New Year’s Eve is highlighted in red. Photo courtesy of the HCMC Department of Transport

The vehicle ban, from 8 p.m. Saturday to 12:30 a.m. Sunday, means that vehicles traveling between District 1 and District 4 will be directed to take an alternate route using the Calmette Bridge.

After being cancelled for two straight years due to Covid-19, fireworks will be launched in Ho Chi Minh City at six locations this year.

Each of the displays last 15 minutes, starting at midnight Saturday.

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