Visiting Keo Pagoda – the most impressive Buddhism architecture in Vietnam
As far as 130 km from Hanoi capital, Keo Pagoda is located in Vu Thu District of Thai Binh...
Peaceful Sanctuary in Long Doi Son Pagoda
As one of the oldest pagoda in the country, Long Doi Son Pagoda keeps intact many artifacts dated back...
Sex scene Carvings in Phu Lao Temple
Phu Dinh Temple is located in Dao My Commune, Lang Giang, Bac Giang province. The temple was built in...
Coming to the Pagoda for the Spring in Dalat

Coming to Dalat, remember to visit the pagodas here, where you can pray for peace and wealth and the same time admire the beautiful view of the valley below.

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The Most Famous Pagodas in Vung Tau

Thích Ca Phật Đài (Platform of Shakyamuni Buddha) is a notable Theravada Buddhist temple in the coastal city of Vung Tau in southern Vietnam

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The Most Unique Pagodas in Vietnam

The Great Pagoda is built in a very large scale, and represented the modern architecture. The Pagoda is located in Quang Phu hamlet, Tan Thanh District, Ba Ria – Vung Tau province. The Pagoda holds many records in Vietnam Book of Record

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The Con Dao Islands

The Con Dao Islands (also known as Poulo Condore) are an archipelago of 15 islands situated in the South China Sea, around 250 kilometres, or a 45-minute flight, from Ho Chi Minh City

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Vung Tau as a quick beach getaway

Only 2 hours outside Ho Chi Minh City, many locals visit Vung Tau as a quick beach getaway

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Cu Chi Tunnels & Cao Dai Temple

Throughout the Vietnam-American War, the Viet Cong built an enormous network of tunnels that were used as meeting points, hiding places, supply routes and more

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Can Gio Island

Also known as Monkey Island, Can Gio Island is actually a series of small islands just jutting out from the mainland near HCMC

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The Mysterious Beauty of the Oldest Holy Ground in Vietnam

Throughout time and history, the Thánh địa Mỹ Sơn (Holy ground of My Son) has put on the ancient-color dress which has captivated the eyes and interests of many scientists, tourists who are curious about the long-lost civilization of the Kingdom of Champak and what is left of it.

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