To express the bond between human beings and this friendly creature, Elephant Racing Festival, one of the biggest festivals in Tay Nguyen, is held annually in the third lunar month.

Chu Dong Tu is one of the four immortals in traditional mythology of Vietnam, who is in charge of teaching people to do business, fishing and weaving in order to have a joyful and prosperous life.

The International Children’s Day of Vietnam is one June 1st, and as suggested by its name, the festival is for children.

Ba Chua Xu Temple Festival is hold annually from the 23rd day to 27th day of the fourth lunar month, in Ba Chua Xu Temple, Nui Sam (Sam Mountain) ward, Chau Doc commune, An Giang province.

This special event is held annually, from the late evening of the third Lunar month’s 26th day and lasts until the end of next day in Khau Vai Commune, Meo Vac District in the northern most province of Vietnam, Ha Giang.

Together with more than 80 countries all over the world, the International Workers’ Day, as known as International Labor Day or May Day in Vietnam, is a public holiday of the nation.

In the history of Vietnam, April 30th, 1975 is the day that marks the fall of Saigon government, ending the Vietnam War and leading to the liberation of Vietnam’s southern part.

To an agriculture country like Vietnam, Parasite-Killing Festival is a meaningful occasion, with the purpose of preventing pestilence and disease as well as enhancing the prevention of evils and illnesses.

As a matter of fact, Do Son Buffalo Fighting Festival has been long conducted within the region since the 18thcentury.

Hue Festival is a biennial cultural event celebrated in even years in order to honor Hue’s cultural heritages as well as Vietnam’s national identity towards people from all over the world.