Does Vietnam have Christmas holidays?

Is Christmas Day a holiday in Vietnam?

In Vietnam, Christmas Eve is often more important than Christmas Day. Christmas isn’t an official public holiday and many people think it’s only a holiday for Christians. All churches, and some Christian homes, will have a nativity crib scene or ‘creche’. …

Is April 21 a holiday in Vietnam?

This page contains a national calendar of all 2021 public holidays.

Vietnam Public Holidays 2021.

Date Day Holiday
21 Apr Wed Hung Kings Commemoration Day
30 Apr Fri Reunification Day
1 May Sat Labor Day
3 May Mon Labor Day Holiday

Is Christmas a good time to visit Vietnam?

In general, the best time to visit Vietnam is during December through February when temperatures are milder and rain is minimal. Vietnam’s long, narrow shape means that the three primary regions (north, central, and south) experience different types of seasons and weather events throughout the year.

Is Vietnam English friendly?

Vietnam ranks 31st among 72 countries in the world and seventh among 19 Asian countries in English proficiency, according to the latest annual English Proficiency Index released today by the Swiss Education First (EF), a global language training company.

What is the religion in Vietnam?


Religious group % Population 2009 % Population 2019
Vietnamese folk religion, and non-religion/atheism 81.6% 86.32%
Buddhism 7.9% 4.79%
Christianity 7.5% 6.6% 0.9% 7.10% 6.10% 1.00%
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How do we celebrate Christmas?

10 Real Ways to Celebrate Christmas

  1. Take time to reflect. …
  2. Pray or go to Church. …
  3. Spend time with family and friends. …
  4. Bake or create. …
  5. The gift of giving. …
  6. Keep the love going. …
  7. Create your own crackers. …
  8. Christmas carols.

How do Vietnamese celebrate?

The most important holiday celebrated in Vietnam, and indeed by Vietnamese people worldwide, is Tet, the Vietnamese New Year. Tet is commonly described as Christmas, Thanksgiving and your birthday all celebrated at once. The second most celebrated Vietnamese holiday is the Mid-Autumn Festival.