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Halong festivals

Yen Tu Festival is held at Yen Tu Mountain, Uong Bi Town, Quang Ninh Province. The festival is from the 10th day of the first lunar month to the end of the third lunar month.Yearly, thousands of visitors come to Yen Tu after Lunar New Year Festival to pray for lucks and health to themselves and their family in the New Year. They believe that if they can climb to the top of Yen Tu Mountain (Dong Pagoda), they will receive more good things in that year. Along the road to the peak, there is a airy and holy atmosphere of pagoda, stream and forest.

Cua Ong Festival is annually held in Cua Ong Temple, Quang Ninh Province. It last from the second day of the firth lunar month to the end of the third lunar month of the year. Cua Ong Temple is dedicated to Tran Quoc Tang, who was the 3rd son of Tran Hung Dao (lived in 13th century); and Tran Hung Dao’s brave generals, who had great success in fighting against the enemy. This is a historical relic built in Tran Dynasty and overlooking Bai Tu Long Bay. The temple comprises three buildings: the lower, middle and upper temple. It was seriously damaged by the war but now has been restored.

Cua Ong Festival

Quan Lan Festival is celebrated at Dinh Wharf on Quan Lan Island, Van Don District, Quang Ninh Province. The festival lasts ten days, from the 10th day to the 20th day of the sixth lunar month.Quan Lan Festival is a highlight in village tradition of local residents on Quan Lan Island. It expresses a strong spirit of Vietnamese against foreign invaders.