People from every corner of Vietnam gather at downtown areas Saturday night for Tet activities, just hours away from the Lunar New Year.
Hanoi gardeners strive for last-minute sales
People shop for kumquat trees in Hanoi as the Lunar New Year approaches, January 21, 2023. Photo by VnExpress/Gia Chinh
Along To Huu Street in Nam Tu Liem District, people are still selling peach blossom and kumquat trees even as midnight approaches.
A kumquat seller said more trees are sold this year due to heightened demands. But as the number of trees available is high, many are still left unsold at several locations.
Small kumquat trees could be sold for up to VND300,000 ($12.79) on Friday, but their prices drop to VND80,000 by Saturday night.
Small branches of peach blossoms sold in Van Phuc Village of Ha Dong District were priced at around VND20,000 Saturday night.
Crowds gather in downtown Saigon
Vehicles are stuck in a traffic jam on Ton Duc Thang Street, HCMC’s District 1, January 21, 2023. Photo by VnExpress/Quynh Tran
As midnight approaches, more and more people are coming into HCMC downtown areas to visit sites like the Nguyen Hue flower street and the Le Loi book street. Roads like Le Duan, Dong Khoi and Ton Duc Thang are severely congested.
Following two years of suspension due to Covid-19, HCMC is resuming its Tet fireworks shows at six locations from midnight Saturday.
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