The five-day festival is taking place as part of activities aimed at celebrating the 48th anniversary of the Liberation of South Vietnam and National Reunification Day on April 30, as well as International Labour Day on May 1.

The event attracted the participation of 200 units, featuring around 29,000 orchid branches and pots in the process.

Upon addressing the opening ceremony, Vo Van Hoan, vice chairman of the municipal People’s Committee, outlined that through the festival the southern city wants to promote orchid varieties with high economic value to both local and international visitors.

At the festival, visitors will be able to marvel at miniature landscapes featuring iconic images from across the country, particularly the stunning scenery of the river and traditional craft villages in Cu Chi District – home to the largest orchid planting area in Ho Chi Minh City.

The inaugural Orchid Festival of 2019 was a momentous occasion, with orchid brands and products from all over the world being honored. After a four-year hiatus due to the detrimental effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the festival is set to be resumed in 2023. This biennial celebration promises to be even more remarkable than the first, with a variety of activities planned to showcase the beauty and diversity of orchid species.

Visitors can look forward to a plethora of activities, from orchid-related workshops to guided tours of the festival grounds. Guests will also have the chance to purchase a variety of orchid products from vendors, as well as enjoy live entertainment and delicious food.

The Orchid Festival is sure to be a spectacular event, and one that will bring joy and appreciation for these magnificent flowers. Be sure to mark your calendars for 2023 and join in the celebration of orchids!

Within the framework of the festival, there are exciting activities taking place, such as an orchid and ornamental tree exhibition, spaces to showcase OCOP products, key typical products of the southern city’s agricultural industry, and orchid products from other provinces and cities across the country.

The festival will be open and free for visitors until May 2.