Daisy blossoms glow Sa Dec village as Tet gets closer
|Tet is great occasion to recognize Vietnamese Canadians’ contributions: PM Justin Trudeau|
|Saigon's streets lightened up with Tet decorations|
|How to make 'Bánh Chưng' (Chung Cake) for Tet Holiday|
|Every year when Tet comes, Sa Dec flower village bustles up. Visitors from all over the country flock here to experience the beauty of Tet's flowers. From Ho Chi Minh City, you only need to drive about 150 km. Since Sa Dec is located on the main traffic axis to the West, getting here relatively easy. (Photo: Zing News)|
|Sa Dec offer both small flower backgrounds and large shooting sites so that customers can easily choose due to their own tastes. (Photo: Zing News)|
|Those who prefer natural scenery can choose the second option, which is to go to the flower house. In Sa Dec, farmers grow each kind of flower separately, without adding miniatures. To get to this area, you need to follow the road behind Sa Dec flower village, drive to Cai Dao bridge, then turn right onto a small road on the side of the bridge to loop back. (Photo: Zing News)|
|Wandering on the village's road, you will easily catch sight of people busy watering flowers, packing, tying, and waiting for the traders' cars to come to pick them up for selling. (Photo: Zing News)|
|In Sa Dec, people use small boats to move through the flower beds and take care of the trees. Most flower pots are placed on trellises that do not touch the ground. This helps people in fertilizing each pot. (Photo: Zing News)|
|The most famous flower in Sa Dec is raspberry-shaped daisies. If you like this kind of flowers, then head to the flower village in Tan Khanh Dong, about 6-7 km from the center of Sa Dec. Local people here are quite easygoing and gentle, so you can also ask to take pictures. According to personal experience, visitors who like raspberry-shaped daisies should go from early morning. At this time of the day, people will start working so you will have a good chance for taking photos. (Photo: Zing News)|
|After carefully examining the qualified flower pots, Sa Dec farmers wrapped up the flower pots and then put them on the wagons, waiting to transport. (Photo: Zing News)|
|The atmosphere in Sa Dec these days makes people feel like Tet is coming very close. (Photo: Zing News)|
|Vietnamese goods abundant in Australian supermarkets ahead of Tet |
Vietnamese branded items are widely seen on the shelves of Woolworth - one of the two largest supermarket chains in Australia – as the Year ...
|Molded rice cakes bring a delicious and sweet taste for traditional Tet Holiday |
As Lunar New Year draws close, a small village in Quang Nam Province was providing hundred batches of traditional rice cakes popping from the mold, ...
|Bustling joys in Hanoi's oldest Tet flower market |
The flower market in Hang Luoc Street, Hanoi Old Quarter, once again turns vibrant as Lunar New Year is just around the corner. Being one ...