Indian New Year in HCMC

Visitors can enjoy Indian special cuisines

Indian, Thai and Sri Lankan people living in Ho Chi Minh City will celebrate the Indian New Year on April 14.

In India, New Year is usually celebrated on April 14 and is popularly known as "Vishu" in Kerala, “Ugadi” in Karnataka and Andhra, and "Baisakhi" in Punjab.

Visitors attending this year’s festival will be likely to take part in the Indian celebrations, and will enjoy Indian, Thai and Sri Lankan special cuisines. The festival will be held at Sedona Garden, 65 Le Loi Street, Disitrict 1.

Source TuoiTre – Translated by Hoang Uy

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