Huong Pagoda festival 2013 looks to biggest celebration ever

The festival, which is celebrating both the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday and the beginning of the National Tourism Year in the Hong (Red) River Delta, will have a wide range of activities, exhibitions and spectacle following the theme Traditional Features of Viet Culture.

Huong Pagoda festival 2013 looks to biggest celebration everFestivities will begin on the sixth day of Tet (February 15) when visitors can enjoy a photography exhibition of ancient Vietnamese pagodas and watch birds being released on the picturesque Yen Spring.

The Huong Pagoda is a vast complex of Buddhist temples and shrines built into the Huong Tich limestone mountains in My Duc district’s Huong Son commune, about 60km from central Hanoi.

The site is most crowded during the festival, which takes places during the first three months of the Lunar New Year.

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