Yen Tu Festival

Yen Tu Festival commences annually on the 10th day of the first lunar month and the third lunar month. Tens of thousands of pilgrims begin their journey after a solemn ritual held at the base of Yen Tu Mountain. After the three-hour trekking along winding path, going through forests of pines or bamboos, tourists reach the Bronze Pagoda atop the mountain. Upon getting up there all visitors feel like entering Nirvana..

Tra Co Festival

Tra Co, the site where one first place the pen on the map to draw the S - shaped character of Vietnam. The inhabitants of Tra Co originate from Do Son. Quan He (Nguyen Huu Cau), a leader of the peasants who rose up during the Le - Trinh period is also worshipped here. Representative of village communal house architecture of Vietnam, the building is still well preserved. The festival is held from 30th day of the fifth lunar month to the 6th day of the sixth lunar month.

Cua Ong Festival

Every year, the festival is held at the temple to commemorate his merit of defeating the aggressors and defending the Northeast region. The festival is big and last long in Quang Ninh with incense offering ceremony and a procession of his votive tablet from Cua Ong Temple to the shrine in Trac Chan Commune (called Vuon Nhan)

Halong Bay Carnival

Halong Carnival is a good occasion to make tourists closer to Halong’s cultural identities as well as natural beauty. Especially, on the occasion of the 6th celebration in 2012, Halong bay was officially recognized as one of New 7 Wonders of Nature of the world by the New7Wonder Organization.