The Mid-Autumn Festival is a tradition practiced in South East Asian cultures - known in Vietnam as Tết Trung Thu - to celebrate and commemorate a bountiful harvest. Held on the 15th of August of the lunar calendar each year, when the moon is believed to be brightest and roundest, the festival is symbolic of unity and harmony with families gathering to cook and share meals together. In modern day context, the Mid-Autumn Festival has evolved into a children's holiday when the streets are lit bright with lanterns and roused with families enjoying the occasion.
Join Hanoi Garden this Mid-Autumn Festival and relish in the company of family and friends. As the weather eases into fall, our airy courtyard once again takes on a charm that makes it an idealic space for a mid-autumn night dinner.