Although Vietnam officially recognises 17 public holidays and 10 local or regional observances, workers are only entitled to nine paid holidays per year. According to Vietnamese labour laws, if a recognised public holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the following Monday is observed as a paid holiday.
How many public holidays did Vietnam have in 2021?
List of Holidays in Vietnam in 2021
|Monday||Feb 15||Tet Holiday|
|Tuesday||Feb 16||Tet Holiday|
|Wednesday||Apr 21||Hung Kings Temple Festival|
|Friday||Apr 30||Reunification Day|
What are the most important holidays in Vietnam?
The most important holiday celebrated in Vietnam, and indeed by Vietnamese people worldwide, is Tet, the Vietnamese New Year. Tet is commonly described as Christmas, Thanksgiving and your birthday all celebrated at once. The second most celebrated Vietnamese holiday is the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Is there public holiday in Vietnam tomorrow?
Today – 26 August 2021 – is not a holiday in Vietnam. Significant public holidays include New Year’s Day and several Tet holidays that honour religious freedom and political independence. … The majority of the Tet holidays are observed in February, many of which fall on weekends.
Is April 21 a holiday in Vietnam?
As per Article 115 of the Labor Code (2012), employees in Vietnam are entitled to a total of 10 paid holidays every year.
When are public holidays in Vietnam.
|Apr 21||Hung Kings Temple Festival|
|Apr 30||Reunification Day|
|May 3||Labor Day|
|Sep 2||National Day (observed)|
Who is the most famous Vietnamese person?
Famous people from Vietnam
- Hô Chi Minh. If we could name only one personality who made Vietnam what it is today, it would be “Uncle Ho”. …
- Nguyen Huy Thiep and the Vietnamese literary renaissance. …
- Tran Anh Hung (Director) …
- Ngo Viet Thu (Architect) …
- Nguyen Minh Triet (President) …
- Marguerite Duras.
What is the name of the most important festival in Vietnam?
Tet (New Year) is the largest, most celebrated festival in Vietnam; think Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year all rolled into one and you’re getting close. Like many of Vietnam’s festivals, Tet honours ancestors so many return home to celebrate with their families.