The holiday period scheduled for Feb. 8 to 14, 2024 will provide workers with the opportunity to return home and celebrate the Year of the Dragon. They will have two days prior to Feb. 10, which marks the peak of the traditional festival, to enjoy this time with their families.
Every year, Tet witnesses a significant influx of migrant workers from prominent cities and industrial hubs as they make their way back to their hometowns for joyous family reunions before Lunar New Year's Eve. Simultaneously, this occasion entices numerous holiday-goers to gather at popular tourist destinations.
The festival is observed by numerous Asian communities across the globe.
The Prime Minister has given their approval for a four-day vacation during next year's National Day, scheduled from August 31st to September 3rd, 2024.
Vietnam provides a total of 11 designated days off throughout the year for holidays and festive occasions. Expatriates employed in Vietnam enjoy additional time off to celebrate their own traditional New Year holiday, as well as another day dedicated to observing their respective nations' National Day.