The event involves solemn ritual ceremonies imbued with national character. It will include announcing ceremony, procession ceremony and incense offering ceremony. The announcing ceremony will take place on March 21 and the procession will be held on March 26.
The festive activities will include swings, Soong-Co singing of the San Riu ethnic group, and Chung and Day cake making competitions.
Infrastructure and cultural projects were invested carefully to support the festival, such as roads, bridges, a telpher system, and cultural projects in Thuong Temple and Tam Hoa Thanh Mau Temple.
Beginning in the first century, Tay Thien was the first destination of Buddhism of Vietnam, which originated from ancient India. Festive activities and tourism now create a bustling spring atmosphere for Tay Thien from January to March on the lunar calendar, with hundreds of thousands of domestic and foreign tourists.