International New Year's Day, also known as Western New Year, is a public holiday that commemorates the start of the new year, which occurs every year on January 1.
In Vietnam, shopping malls, amusement parks, and tourist attractions are intensified to keep everyone entertained during the holiday season. Both locals and visitors are looking forward to taking in the lively and spectacular ambiance. To celebrate the occasion, fireworks are held in some of the country's largest cities, including Hanoi, Da Nang, and Ho Chi Minh City. In addition, the Vietnamese government permits fireworks displays to celebrate Western New Year and Vietnamese traditional Tet celebrations. As a result, Vietnamese inhabitants, particularly youngsters, anticipate the fireworks displays, which deliver messages of love, peace, and prosperity to the entire country.