Hang Ma Street in Hoan Kiem District is crowded with people visiting and shopping.

Traditional craft toys, such as star lanterns and paper masks, are always popular.

People come here to purchase goods and enjoy the mid-autumn atmosphere.

A traditional five-fruit tray is displayed at a shop.

Colourful to he (toy figurines made from glutinous rice powder) on the streets.

Hanoi Old’s Quarter is a familiar destination for young people during the mid-autumn festival.

Children are taken to Hang Ma Street to choose toys for mid-autumn festival.

Children eager when they see colourful toys.

Young people taking photos on Hang Ma Street

The mid-Autumn Festival is very exciting with the bustling sound of drums on the streets.

Despite social development and the trends of globalisation, Vietnamese people have never forgotten the value of traditional festivals.

Photo credit: THUY NGUYEN,

Source: NDO