Throughout the festive period, guests will have the chance to sample a wide range of activities at the Hue Imperial Palace, including royal court games and a calligraphy show.
A ceremony during which a Neu pole, a tall bamboo tree with red garment strips used to ward off evil spirits during Tet, was planted took place at the Hue Imperial Citadel on January 17 as a way of welcoming the beginning of Tet and attracting tourists to the site.
During Tet, the temples of Trieu Mieu, The Mieu, and Dien Long An are all set to host several ancient royal ceremonies.
Whilst at Dien Tho Palace, the Hue Monuments Conservation Center will organise a diverse range of cultural activities for the occasion.
Nguyen Phuoc Hai Trung, Deputy Director of Hue Monuments Conservation Center, said free tickets to the Hue imperial relic site are to be on offer to both Vietnamese residents and tourists between January 25 and January 27, with all guests welcome to enjoy the diverse activities on offer during Tet.