Tet decorations spring up every HCM City corner

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(VOVWORLD) - Just a few days ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday or Vietnamese Tet, many streets and alleys in Ho Chi Minh City have been beautifully decorated.

Just months ago, Ho Chi Minh City’s streets fell quiet amid the COVID-19 pandemic fears.

These days, streets and alleys across the city have hung up national flags to celebrate the Lunar New Year holiday.

The jubilant atmosphere of the largest festival in Vietnam is prevailing in every corner of the city.

Small alleys are also decorated with various kinds of flowers.

These days people are busy cleaning and decorating their houses to celebrate the holiday.

An alley on Pham Ngu Lao street is covered with festive lanterns and yellow apricot flowers signaling the arrival of spring.

Street vendors are busy selling their products on the last days of the lunar year.