The five-star Apricot Hotel in Hanoi, Vietnam, adorned with original Vietnamese artworks, will usher in the upcoming Vietnamese Tet Lunar New Year with an event at its new rooftop terrace bar.
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THE OLD QUARTER OF HANOI
Located in the heart of Hanoi's quaint Old Quarter, Apricot Hotel's One 36 bar – aptly named after the property’s address of 136 Hang Trong Street – will be the venue for ‘Fire Up The Nigh.t’
This will be an event that will offer an evening enjoying views of Hoan Kiem Lake and Hanoi’s skyline with a spectacular fireworks display.
FIREWORKS IN HANOI
FOR THE VIETNAMESE NEW YEAR
“At One 36, we will literally fire up the night to a backdrop of fireworks in celebration of the biggest event on Vietnam’s calendar, Tet,” said Phuong Nam Nguyen of the Apricot Hotel.
She added: “Home to myriad original artworks from the master painters through to the contemporaries, Apricot Hotel is the perfect spot to absorb the spirit of Hanoi and Vietnam.”
ABOUT THE VIETNAMESE
TET LUNAR NEW YEAR
Tet is the most important celebration in Vietnamese culture, marking the arrival of spring.
The Vietnamese practice of celebrating the New Year included cooking special food, ancestor worship and giving lucky money to children and the elderly.
To add a traditional touch to the occasion, Apricot Hotel will distribute lucky red envelopes to guests during the Tet holiday.