If you happen to be in Vietnam during the first two months of the year you might be lucky enough to join in with the Tet celebrations that mark the Vietnamese New Year. Take a look at this guide for facts about the festivities including traditional foods to sample and the varieties of flowers that you will see adorning people’s homes and businesses. You will also find a guide to do’s and don’ts during the Tet holiday, such as avoiding wearing black as it is associated with funerals, and not eating squid, duck or shrimps. Swearing, arguing and many other forms of boisterous behavior should also be avoided in case it brings bad luck on you or your fellow festival goers.
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