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A time-tested pagoda

Bo Da Pagoda stands as an ancient and revered spiritual sanctuary in the northern region of Vietnam.

Exploring largest pagoda in Ben Tre

Van Phuoc Pagoda, nestled in the heart of the Mekong Delta’s Ben Tre Province, has become a symbol of spiritual sanctity since its inception in 2000.

Vietnam’s largest pagoda crowded on first Lunar New Year days

Tam Chuc pagoda in northern Ha Nam province, the largest Buddhist temple in Vietnam and one of the largest in the world, has welcomed hordes of pilgrims during the opening days of the Lunar New Year.

Artists’ Pagoda reopened before Tet

The Artists’ Pagoda in HCM City’s Go Vap District is scheduled to reopen before the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, which begins on February 10.

“The quintessence of solemn Chem Temple” awakens cultural heritage

2000-year-old Chem Temple in Hanoi is Vietnam’s oldest temple. The temple on the bank of the Red River is not only of great historical, cultural, and spiritual importance but also has a unique architecture.

Ba Trieu Temple at risk from terms

Ba Trieu Temple Relic Site has been experiencing termite damage to its botanical garden for years, and since 2023, the damage has gotten worse.

Discovering ancient Vietnamese heritage at Thay Pagoda

Situated at the foot of an arc-shaped limestone mountain overlooking the plains of Sai Son Commune, the pagoda stands among picturesque villages in a mesmerising mountainous landscape akin to a realm of enchantment.

The beauty of the most sacred temple in Hanoi

Thay Pagoda, also known as Ca pagoda or Thien Phuc Tu (Temple of Heavenly Blessings), is located at the foot of Thay mountain in Sai Son commune, Quoc Oai district, Hanoi.

Som Rong pagoda in Soc Trang province

Soc Trang has 92 Khmer pagodas. Som Rong is a spacious pagoda with unique Khmer architecture. In April the Soc Trang provincial People’s Committee issued a document recognizing Som Rong as a provincial tourist destination.

800-year-old temple houses largest driftwood Buddha statue in Vietnam

This ancient temple in the northern port city of Hai Phong is known for the wooden statue of Shakyamuni Buddha entering nirvana made with the largest monolithic driftwood in Vietnam.

Mysterious features at Tran Thuong temple

Tran Thuong Temple is closely related to the heroic history of the Tran Dynasty. Legend has it that this place was where Hung Dao Dai Vuong Tran Quoc Tuan stored and hid his food supplies and weapons.

Thien Ton - Sacred pagoda in ancient capital

Thien Ton Pagoda and Cave is one of the four most sacred pagoda located in the land now belonging to Hoa Lu Ancient Capital, now Ninh Binh province.