Launched in the 2004 Lunar New Year or Tet holiday, the Nguyen Hue flower road has become the Tet culture in Saigon and is an indispensable activity in the city each Tet. The Nguyen Hue flower road appeared for the first time in 2004, as a continuation of the flower market of Nguyen Hue which had existed for more than half a century in Saigon.
With the theme “Vietnam’s Heart,” the road this year highlights the idea of popularity and the country’s position. The flower road will open for the public from February 7 to 13.
The flower street is now ready to welcome visitors from the evening of February 7.
A pair of 4m high snakes, the animal designation of the year 2013.
Next to the boat is a lotus pond and a rope bridge.
The green rice fields, bamboos and cottages.
Carts filled with flowers are also a familiar image.
Workers are doing the last work before the road is opened for the public tomorrow night.
Chú thích cho ảnh sẽ viết ở đây. Nên có chú thích ảnh.
According to the Head of the organization board, Mr. Tran Hung Viet, there are more than 120,000 pots of flowers of all kinds on the road.
The flower road will be open from 7pm on February 7 through Februar 13
The Nguyen Hue flower road from 2004 through 2013:
Nguyen Hue flower street in 2005
Nguyen Hue flower street in 2005 with the icon of chickens.
Summer day in the countryside on Nguyen Hue flower street in 2006.
The road in 2007 with brilliant yellow flowers.
Lunar New Year 2008 with the icon of a mouse family.
Nguyen Hue flower street in 2009, the Year of the Ox.
The Year of the Rabbit 2011.
Nguyen Hue street in the Year of the Dragon 2012.
Compiled by P. Lan