The Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs is likely to approve a proposal suggesting that the Lunar New Year, which is the most significant holiday, will be observed from Feb. 8 to 14. This means that the celebrations will commence two days prior to the actual New Year.
The Independence Day holidays, which commence on August 31 (a Saturday), will extend over a span of four days.
The upcoming New Year's celebration, which will take place on January 1st, conveniently falls on a Monday. This fortunate timing grants us the luxury of enjoying three consecutive days off from work or school.
The dates of the holidays in Vietnam are as follows: The Reunification Day and Labor Day are celebrated on April 30th and May 1st respectively, while the Hung Kings Anniversary takes place on April 18th.
The ministry has advised businesses to shut down during these holidays, and it is strongly recommended that employees who work on these days receive a minimum of triple their regular wages.