Public holidays in Vietnam are days when workers get the day off work. Vietnamese workers observed 9 days of public holiday a year as in most other nations, if a holiday falls during the weekend, it is observed on the following Monday.

We have listed here all Vietnam Holidays.

public holidayJanuary 1: New Year – one day off

Tet: Lunar New Year (the last day of the last lunar month and the first three days of the first lunar month) – four days off

March 10 (Lunar calendar): Hung Kings Commemoration – one day off

April 30: Reunification day – one day off

May 1: International labor’s day – one day off

September 2: Vietnam declares its independence from France – one day off

Other holidays in Vietnam (on these days, workers are not off from work)

February 3: Communist Party of Viet Nam Foundation Anniversary

March 8: International Women’s Day

May 7: Dien Bien Phu Victory Day

May 19: President Ho Chi Minh’s Birthday

June 1: International Children’s Day

June 28: Vietnamese Family Day

July 27: Remembrance Day (Day for Martyrs and Wounded Soldiers)

August 19: August Revolution Commemoration Day

October 10: Hanoi Capital Liberation Day

October 20: Vietnamese Women’s Day

November 20: Vietnamese Teacher’s Day

December 22: National Defend Day (People’s Army of Viet Nam Foundation Anniversary)

December 25: Christmas Day

15/1 (lunar): Lantern Festival (Full moon of the 1st month)

15/4 (lunar): Buddha’s Birthday

5/5 (lunar): Mid-year Festival

15/7 (lunar): Ghost Festival

15/8 (lunar): Mid-Autumn Festival

23/12 (lunar): Kitchen guardians