Vietnam: Hanoi gears up to open 91 spring flower markets for Tet holiday

Visiting Hanoi flower markets to buy bonsais, house adornment stuff, or flowers for Tet decoration is an elegant hobby for many Hanoians.
More than 90 spring flower markets are set to be opened across Hanoi so guests can enjoy shopping and sightseeing during the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year), the most important celebration in Vietnamese culture.

Vietnam's longest traditional holiday will last from January 20 to 26, 2023, and Hanoi will play host to an extensive range of flower markets from January 1 to 23, 2023. Guests visiting the markets can purchase a wide variety of flowers, ornamental plants, fruit trees, and handicraft products, which are typical of the festive season.

Particularly, Hanoi's downtown district of Hoan Kiem will host a flower market in Hang Ma ward whilst Hai Ba Trung District will have three flower markets in Mo market, Thong Nhat park, and Tuoi Tre park.

Besides, Thanh Xuan District will open two markets close to Nhan Chinh Lake and Kim Giang Street. Hoang Mai District will have two markets close to Den Lu market and Hoang Liet street. More markets will be opened up in other districts around the city. Bac Tu Liem District is set to have five markets. Meanwhile, seven markets will be held in Tay Ho District and nine others in Ha Dong District.

Flower markets in Hanoi must comply with the requirements of safety and order, traffic safety, fire prevention, fire extinguishing, and environmental sanitation. Fees for renting commercial space and parking vehicles at flower markets must comply with the current regulations of the municipal authorities.

The people's committees of communes, wards, and districts must be responsible for coordinating closely with police forces and traffic inspectors to supervise flower markets. Local shoppers must comply with the motto Safety - Civilization - Efficiency, and unauthorized flower markets must be disbanded.

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