Public Holidays in Vietnam

Public Holidays Vietnam

Vietnam’s public holidays are administered by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs of Vietnam (MOLISA).


Three significant days that are not officially recognized as paid holidays include the Anniversary of the Founder of the Communist Party, the Birthday of President Ho Chi Minh, and Christmas.


Tet is the most important holiday because it is the Vietnamese New Year; in honor of religious freedom and the country’s political independence, local shops are widely known to close down during this time.

1 Jan     New Year's Day


              Hung Kings Commemoration Day

30 Apr   Reunification Day

1 May    Labor Day

2 Sep    National Day

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