Gen Z’s various holidays: Those who are excited to go away, those who stay at home “swim” during the deadline

Team excitedly “pick up your backpack and go”

Share with Hoa Hoc Tro Online, you Nguyen Thi Thu Hien (19 years old, Quang Nam) said: “For a long time I have always wanted to have the opportunity to come to Da Nang – Hoi An to play. On the occasion of a 4-day holiday, my close friends and I booked a 3 day 2 night ticket to fly to this beautiful city. What impresses me here is that the sea in Da Nang is very clean, the food is both delicious and affordable.”

All kinds of Gen Z holidays: Those who are excited to go away, those who stay at home

Thu Hien is ecstatic at the beauty of the sunset in Da Nang. Photo: NVCC

As a famous scenic spot of Vietnam, Hoi An ancient town is always an attractive tourist destination for domestic and foreign tourists. Thu Hien shared that the evening of boating and dropping lights on the river, listening to cai luong and ca tru singing was what she remembered most during the trip.

All kinds of Gen Z holidays: Those who are excited to go away, those who stay at home

Thu Hien likes the peaceful beauty of Hoi An ancient town. Photo: NVCC

Friend Le Quynh Nhu (20 years old, Binh Duong) excitedly shared: “I like the autumn atmosphere in Da Lat, the weather is chilly in the morning, the evening is curled up in a cotton blanket and watching the bustling city at night, feeling I feel like all my troubles will disappear.”

Gen Z's all kinds of holidays: Those who are excited to go away, those who stay at home

Quynh Nhu loves the autumn atmosphere in Da Lat. Photo: NVCC

Quynh Nhu shared that the distance from her friend’s house to Da Lat only takes 4-5 hours, so the family will provide their own means of transportation for part of the cost. Money will mainly be spent on hotel rooms and meals for 3 days in Da Lat. Because to avoid traffic jams and tourists, my family left on the evening of August 31 and will return home on the afternoon of September 2.

Team is “afraid” to go to the traffic jam, stay at home with deadline

Although people flocked to the streets to celebrate, many Gen Z chose to take advantage of their home to turn it into a personal tourist destination. This way of doing both helps to save expensive travel costs, and saves time while still being able to “run” with peace of mind. deadline.

Friend Nguyen Duy Khang (20 years old, Binh Duong) intends to stay at home until the end of the holiday because she does not like to be “crowded” among the sea of ​​people in tourist areas. “I usually won’t go out on major holidays, because the costs will definitely be more expensive than usual, and the service quality is not guaranteed.”

Besides, the friend shared a lot deadline to be completed in the near future. Currently, Duy Khang is studying and working, so it is difficult to avoid the situation “deadline husband deadline“. If he finishes early, he will take advantage of his friends to go out to eat and relax on the weekends before the “step” of the new school year.

The same “situation” with Duy Khang, you Vuong Tuyet Van (20 years old, Ho Chi Minh City) shared that because she is the oldest child in the family, every year on holidays, all of Van’s relatives gather to eat and talk together. Although it is just a simple gathering, she always cherishes every happy moment with her family.

All kinds of Gen Z holidays: Those who are excited to go away, those who stay at home

Tuyet Van cleans the classroom to welcome the new school year. Photo: NVCC

“Because I’m going back to school soon, I cleaned up the house and redecorated the classroom to prepare for the new school year. In particular, I also prepare lessons, review old knowledge so that I don’t forget it” – Tuyet Van excitedly shared.

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