The Tam Chuc pagoda festival attracts thousands of local residents and pilgrims annually.
The Tam Chuc pagoda festival begins with a drum beating ceremony.
A water procession follows the drum beating ceremony.
The festival includes seven large boats and 200 small boats carrying around 500 people.
The opening ceremony of the festival features a water procession from Tam Chuc Lake to Ngoc Pagoda. The ceremony is held to pay tribute to Buddha, Genies, and the Mother Goddess. Prayers are also offered for a bountiful harvest, good weather, peace, and happiness in the country.
The opening ceremony, led by Most Venerable Thich Thanh Nhieu, includes a water procession to pray for peace, good weather, and a bountiful harvest for the country.


During the festival, many people participate in the water procession from Tam Chuc Lake to Ngoc Pagoda.