Hanoi – the capital city of Vietnam is adorning its streets leading up to the Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday and celebrations. Thousands of banners and decoration lights have been hung on streets in central districts of Hanoi in preparation for Tết. The Hanoian hang Vietnamese national flags on their doorsteps to prepare for Tet. As Tet holiday (Lunar New Year) is just few days away, the Hanoian are rushing to shop for decorators to beautify their houses. Mostly in Hang Ma street, people sell lucky money envelopes, gorgeous flamboyant lanterns and wall stickers, and flowers for Tet holiday. The 2020 Lunar New Year will be the Year of the Rat, so many decorative objects and Tet lucky envelopes are emblazoned with Rat-shaped symbols. The streets are awash with the richness of red, the colour of Tet, which represents wealth, happiness, and luck. These days, Quảng An Flower Market and Nhật Tân garden is also one of the busiest places in Hanoi. This is where Hanoians shop for plants and flowers to decorate their homes on Tet holiday. Westerners often decorate Christmas trees on the last days of the year, Vietnamese also have Tet trees. For such a long period of time, the peach blossom tree has been the symbol of Tet in the Northern of Vietnam, particularly in Hanoi. In addition, kumquat tree is also a popular choice for decoration in Tet. The kumquat tree with a bunch of eye-catching orange-color fruits with the meaning of bringing lots of luck to the Vietnamese in the new year. It will be a great chance to make a trip to Vietnam on the occasion of Tet since you can feel the fantastic atmosphere of the biggest festival in Vietnam.