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Vietnam: HCM City’s flower street to bloom for Tet

Nguyen Hue Flower Street, a very popular attraction in HCM City during Tet (Lunar New Year festival) every year, will be ready to welcome visitors on January 25, 2017.

According to Tran Hung Viet, General Director of Saigontourist which creates the flower street, this year more than 100 kinds of flowers, including imported flowers, will be used for Nguyen Hue Flower Street.

Flower artisans from the city and neighbouring provinces will create miniatures from flowers and bonsai of the city’s well-known structures like Nha Rong Wharf, City Hall, Ben Thanh Market, and Phu My Bridge. A kids’ zone will have plaster models of chicks.

Work on the flower street will begin on January 10. The flower street will be closed at 10pm on January 31. The Lunar New Year falls on January 28.

Read more at SGGP

Publication date: 1/9/2017

 


 

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