The festival ended on March 29 at the Bien Dong tourist site in the southern city of Vung Tau, Ba Ria-Vung Tau province after four days of competition.
The British team won the prize for the most diverse collection of kites. The French artists took the prize for the strangest kites. Indonesia won the prize for the longest kite. The most charming kite prize went to Thailand.
Cambodia had the kite with the most beautiful patterns. New Zealand was praised for the largest kite. Canada was recognised as having the best performance and the Philippines had the best show of dieu choi (one kind of kite).
The host team won the prize for the largest number of traditional kites and flute kites, and some other prizes.
The Vietnam Record Book Centre recognised the event as the largest international kite festival in Vietnam.