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Saigon streets are bustling in Christmas atmosphere Tin ảnh

(13:34:00 PM 06/12/2013)
( - Over three weeks before Christmas, Saigon streets are bustling with the festive atmosphere. Buildings are decorated splendidly while decoration shops are crowded.


Just like every year, the Tax Shopping Center at the intersection of Le Loi - Nguyen Hue in District 1 is decorated the earliest. It is also the destination for a lot of people to take pictures every Christmas.



The center is decorated in the traditional colors of red and white, with a lot of balls, pine trees and reindeers.



Many other buildings in downtown Saigon have also finished decorating.



The branches covered with a layer of white and thousands of flashing bulbs and the cold air in the morning makes many people feel that the Christmas is clearly very close.



Christmas decoration scene in a commercial center that is being completed by workers.



Hotels and restaurants are also decorated.



Since mid-November, the Christmas decorations shops have been filled with goods for holiday decoration needs.



Star lanterns…



...and bells are the familiar ornaments to decorate houses for Christmas.


Sellers, buyers and those who come to see make the festive atmosphere more bustling.


The major roads in the center of HCM City such as Dong Khoi, Le Loi ... are also being decorated for the 2014 festive season.


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