Tet, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, is celebrated by various ethnic groups in Vietnam. Each ethnic group has its own unique customs and traditions when it comes to welcoming Tet. These customs and traditions contribute to the rich cultural diversity of the country.

During Tet, traditional cakes are an important part of the celebrations for the Kinh, Hoa, and Khmer ethnic groups. These cakes are not only made to worship their ancestors, but also to pray for a happy life on special occasions.

A special exhibition showcases more than 200 images, documents, and artifacts that depict the customs of celebrating Tet among the Kinh, Khmer, Hoa, and Cham ethnic groups.

As the Lunar New Year approaches, people from all parts of Vietnam travel back to their hometowns to participate in family reunions. This is a long-standing tradition during Tet, which is considered the biggest holiday of the year.

Preparations are made for Chol Chnam Thmay, the New Year festival of the Khmer ethnic group, according to their traditional calendar.

Traditional costumes of the Cham and Hoa ethnic groups are displayed as part of the event, showcasing the cultural heritage of these groups.

Traditional dances are performed during Tet to bring good luck and prosperity for the new year.