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Christmas in Viet Nam

Although a predominantly Buddhist country, Christmas in Vietnam is still one of the four main annual religious festivals including the Lunar New Year, the mid-autumn festival, Buddha’s birthday.

Christmas in Vietnam is a huge event, especially in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and the Vietnamese Christmas celebrations here are like any other city in the western world.

Decorations are set up during December with a big nativity crib scene or 'creche' with life-sized statues of Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus, the shepherds and animals from almost every major churches such as the Notre Dame Cathedral in Ho Chi Minh City or Saint Joseph Cathedral (the Big Church) in Hanoi.

 
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Christmas in Viet Nam


In these days, in addition to the ornately decorated churches to welcome the Christmas, the supermarkets, shops also decorate the Christmas tree to welcome customers, the street is also decorated with sparkling light on the trees and along the city's large streets, turning particular places into Christmas area.

Vietnamese non-religious people usually give gifts to children on Christmas, kindergartens and in every family often use the service of Santa Claus to give gifts to their children. Young people often go out for walks near the church to celebrate the Christmas holiday, or they can go to the stores to buy discounted items on this occasion.

There are many foreigners who are on a holiday or business trip celebrating Christmas with the Vietnamese at the church or with people in public places full off warm. Some offices or families opt for restaurants to enjoy the food.

Many Vietnamese people do not have the habit of giving Christmas cards, only some offices with foreigners working or offices cooperating with foreigners have the habit of sending Christmas and Happy New Year cards.

 






 

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