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Each spring, it’s common to see individuals wearing ao dai showcasing their elegance on the streets of Hanoi.
Many are familiar with Hoan Kiem Lake as a prominent location for Tet photos.
The Tet atmosphere permeates every corner of Hanoi. One of the most attractive streets for young people is Ta Hien Street in Hoan Kiem District. (Photo:
Groups of young people gather to take adorable Ao dai Tet photo shoots.
Others seek a more serene setting...
The Cultural and Arts Center at 22 Hang Buom Street, also known as the Cantonese Assembly Hall, boasts a blend of Western, Vietnamese, and Chinese cultures, making it a popular spot for tourists to capture memorable photos.
Some simply use smartphones to create lasting memories before the new year, while others opt for a more sophisticated approach by hiring professional photographers. (Photo: Nguyen Hoang Thuc/Rau Studio).
During this festive time, parents dress their children in ao dai attire adorned with elaborate accessories.
The fruit baskets at Dong Xuan market add a vibrant, colorful touch to Tet photos. (Photo: Nguyen Hoang Thuc/Rau Studio).

Ao dai beautifies Hanoi streets

(VOVWORLD) -There are numerous destinations to take photos with Ao dai (traditional long dress) in Hanoi during the Lunar New Year festival.