It’s only 5 days to the celebration of Hanoi’s Liberation Day (October 10), and to celebrate its 61st anniversary, there will be a wide range of cultural and art activities for all tourists and local to join. If you are in Hanoi at that time, don’t miss to join such activities.
At the Thang Long royal citadel, a book festival themed “Books and Heritage” is taking place from September 29 – October 5 while the Monsoon Music Festival 2015 will be held from October 8-10.
Meanwhile, a festival dedicated to traditional craft villages will be organized on October 1-4 at the Quan Ngua Sports Palace.
On October 4, people will face in the 42nd annual Open Hanoi Moi Run Tournament around Hoan Kiem Lake.
On the nights of October 9 and 10, art performances will be organized at the Ly Thai To Park and in front of My Dinh National Stadium.
Various public cultural and art activities will also be held citywide to highlight the capital’s traditions and achievements in recent years.
In case you are in your country and wish to join this celebration, please check the visa requirement first. In case you need to obtain a visa for your trip to Vietnam, you may have two options:
- Apply for a visa on arrival to Vietnam; OR
- Apply for a visa at Vietnam Embassy.