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October 6, 2012 by Khiri Travel |

Oktoberfest Vietnam is the largest Oktoberfest in South-East Asia, and this year it takes place on October 5th & 6th, and October 9th to 13th.

Taking its roots from the original Oktoberfest held in the Bavarian city of Munich, Germany, Oktoberfest Vietnam is now in its 20th year of introducing German culture to Vietnam. This annual event recreates the authentic atmosphere found in the massive beer halls of the original Oktoberfest, complete with savory German cuisine, premium imported German beer, and traditional music from Steirerbluat.

During the seven-day festival, the 7th floor of Windsor Plaza as bridge the gap to the city of Munich (Germany) in the German beer festival space. Nearly 15,000 people gather to enjoy more than 7 tons of traditional German food, and more than 21,000 liters of imported German beer!

Enjoy Bavarian treats like sausage, cabbage, tomatoes, grilled salt pork, bread rings, and potato dishes and sample beers that are the pride of Germany.

For more information and tickets visit: http://oktoberfestvietnam.com

 

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