Hanoi, HCMC swamped with Halloween revelers

Elaborately dressed and fabricated revelers hit Bui Vien as well as Nguyen Hue pedestrian roads in HCMC and Ta Hien backpacker street in Hanoi to commemorate Halloween on Sunday.

Dang Trung, an employee of a bar on Ta Hien street in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, spruced up as the Joker, an imaginary bad guy appearing in American comics and also films.

“I admire Joker,” Trung stated.

Halloween is a celebration observed in several countries on Oct. 31, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows’ Day as a means to remember the dead, including saints (hallows), martyrs, and all the left.

Concerning 800 meters away, Tri Hoang and also Thao Muoi dressed up as adversaries on Hang Ma Road.

Youngsters additionally crowded to Hang Ma Street to acquire Halloween costumes based upon their favored characters.

In the image is a youngster impersonated a Roman warrior in an outfit that costs concerning VND400,000 ($16).

Restaurants and also street-side stalls along Ta Hien Street are packed on Sunday night.

Ta Hien is only around 200 meters long, getting in touch with Luong Ngoc Quyen, Ma Might as well as Hang Bac roads as well as home to bars, beer stalls as well as restaurants, drawing in tens of thousands of weekend revelers.

In Ho Chi Minh City, Nguyen Hue pedestrian road in District 1 was additionally overcrowded Sunday night.

Ly Quang Dieu (second, R) and also his friends took six hrs to do their very own make-up in order to perform on Nguyen Shade pedestrian road.

Dieu claimed that Halloween was an opportunity for his team to display their expert make-up skills.

Each outfit prices from a couple of million to 10s of numerous dong.

A person spruced up as a satanic force to “frighten” people on the pedestrian road.

Face painters offer their solutions on Nguyen Color pedestrian street with costs varying from VND50,000 per turn.

Ha Bui Anh Tai’s child dressed up as a god of fatality.

Tai said during in 2014’s Halloween his household was house as a result of the pandemic.

“This year the atmosphere was much more vivid,” Tai added.

A little woman remains on her father’s shoulders in Bui Vien on Sunday.

From 8 p.m. on Saturday and also Sunday police officers put up barriers avoiding vehicles from going into the street and thousands began crowding to Bui Vien.