Most notably, each district in Hanoi will host several markets.
On display will be a variety of flowers, ornamental trees, and fruit, all of which are traditionally used as decorative items and offerings during the Tet holiday.
In addition, a range of handicraft products from traditional craft villages from throughout Hanoi will also be on show.
Ahead of the annual festival, local authorities have requested relevant agencies to ensure that security and safety are maintained at the flower markets. The forces are required to control traffic and any possible public disturbances, as well as to maintain garbage collection to ensure environmental sanitation.
The existing COVID-19 prevention measures, including donning face masks, are also in place throughout the period.
The organisation of flower markets is an activity that takes place annually in Hanoi in the buildup to Tet. It often gets underway from the 10th day to the 30th day of the 12th lunar month.