Thousands of local people and visitors have flocked to Tien Du district in the northern province of Bac Ninh to attend the Lim festival, which honours Quan Ho (love duet singing) – the world intangible cultural heritage recognised by UNESCO.
A long queue has formed outside a shop in Hanoi's Old Quarter as city aficionados wait to buy a Tet delicacy, the humble Banh Chung.
Many small food stalls scattered around Hanoi's streets and alleys are making large profits thanks to their special dishes.
A man in Hanoi is trying to maintain the traditional craft of making tea from lotuses specifically grown in West Lake amid increasingly scarce supply.
Sapa people offer a banquet of spring festivals
A filmmaking team calling itself Zoomations has launched a specular video clip showcasing Danang City as part of its "Vietnam is Awesome" project.
The plateaux of Lao Cai Province are cloaked in a mantle of white plum blossoms, making it a major draw for tourists and visitors wanting to revel in its picturesque beauty.
Some ethnic minority groups across Vietnam maintain customs and habits passed down over the centuries to mark the Lunar New Year festivities of Tet.
A small village in central Quang Tri Province has finished work on preserving some 50 houses featuring meticulously sculpted beams and pillars, despite many of them being damaged during the American War.
A facelift for HCM City's 130-year-old post office has stirred critics for being too garish.
The terraced fields of Mu Cang Chai, Yen Bai Province, in late autumn seem to have been dyed a silky yellow, drawing visitors from all over.
Spring is the ideal time for those who love to experience the wonders of nature and visit the neglected beauty of the Nam Du archipelago in Kien Hai district of the southern province of Kien Giang.
When Spring comes, apricot flowers blossom in the Moc Chau plateau in the northern mountainous province of Son La, creating a poetic natural scenery attracting tourists.
During the lunar New Year festival, the climate is convenient for farmers in the northern province of Thai Binh. Apart from enjoying Tet, farmers focus on sowing rice seeds for new season.
In the subsidy period, Hanoian people started to buy peach flower in Hang Luoc street or go to groceries to buy seasoning, dried pig skin and rice paper from 23rd of the last lunar month of the year.
Banh Trang (paper rice cake) from Cu Lao May village in the Mekong Delta Province of Vinh Long has been exported to the United States.
Diverse activities are being carried out to celebrate the 85th year of the founding of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) (February 3rd) and the lunar New Year festival. The streets across Hanoi capital city are sparkling with the national and the Party flags flying in the colour of the peach blossoms.