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Lady Thu Bon Worshiping Festival , Hoi An Travel guide

This festival falls on the 12th day of the second month of the lunar calendar, and is celebrated in Lady Thu Bon’s Palace in Duy Tan commune, Duy Xuyen district. It is a traditional festival of the ancient Cham Pa people that was inherited and is still kept nowadays. During these days, Thu Bon river is sometimes waved by the acclamation and encouragement along two riversides but sometimes is engraved and fond in the

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Long Chu Festival , Hoi An Travel Guide

Like many festivals in the small town of Hoi An, the Long Chu Festival is steeped as much in cultural concerns as it in religion. Long Chu festival is celebrated on the 15th of the lunar January and July, when the new season is coming and the old one is leaving, and the entire climat is uncertain. It is held in the summer months, when plagues and other types of epidemics are most

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Nguyen Tieu Festival , Hoi An TRavel Guide

The Nguyen tieu festival is celebrated annually by the Chinese living in Hoi An on the 16th of lunar January, at Guangdong and Chaozhou Assembly Hall. Residents of the ancient city of Hoi An are always eager to welcome the Nguyen Tieu festival, which falls on the 15th day of the lunar year. On this occasion, people organize formal offering rituals at village pagodas and temples to honor Emperor Shen Nong and the

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