Tet Festival of Co Tu people

Day Trip from Hoi An to Co Tu Hilltribe Village

Following are traditional Tet holiday customs of the Co Tu ethnic minority in Vietnam. Each Vietnamese ethnic group has its own festivals, customs, beliefs and cultural practice. The Tet festival of the Co Tu people lasts about half a month, during which time many exciting cultural and community activities take place.

On the Lunar New Year festival of the Co Tu people, the crossbows, spears, broadsword, cymbal, drums and gongs are carefully cleaned. Many cultural activities take place in Guol house (communal house) such as telling stories, dancing, singing folk songs.

Co Tu girls have chance to exchange feelings and invite each other to play spring for a month-long.

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