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Cao Dai temple Vietnam Temple

Cao Dai temple

Tay Ninh is 95 km from Ho Chi Minh city and is the original home of the Cao Dai religious sect. Last time, this sect ran its own army, as they had been ruthlessly oppressed by Diem and his regime. The Cao Dai denied support to the Viet Cong, and after reunification, they were punished [...]
Hoa Lai Tower Vietnam Temple

Hoa Lai Tower

Also located in Ninh Thuan province, the Hoa Lai tower group (Ba Thap – three towers)  was built in the early 9th century. It lies on the National Highway 1A, about 14km north of Phan Rang. This tower group was evaluated by western researchers to be the most ancient and beautiful one among Cham towers. [...]
Po Klaung Garai Tower Vietnam Temple

Po Klaung Garai Tower

The Po Klaung Garai tower complex is located in Ninh Thuan province. This complex has been well preserved and recognized as the most beautiful Cham temple in Vietnam. The construction of the complex began at the end of the 13th century and was completed in the early 14th century to honor legendary king Po Klaung [...]
Cham Posanur Vietnam Temple

Cham Posanur

Posanur (or Poshanu) temple is the tower in the group of Cham Towers vestige remaining in the old Cham kingdom is located on Ba Nai hill, about 7km North-East of Phan Thiet City. This ancient tower structure was built in the 8th century based on the Hoà Lai architecture (one of Champa Kingdom′s ancient art [...]
Cham Ponagar Vietnam Temple

Cham Ponagar

Po Nagar Temple Tower is a unique architecture symbol of Champak culture. With its shimmering, blue ocean beach, grand hotels and tourist friendly spas such as Hon Ngoc Viet (Vin Pearl), Hon Tre (Bamboo Island) or Hon Tam (Silkworm Island), or the Hot Spa Tourism Centre, the city of Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa Province [...]
Do temple Vietnam Temple

Do temple

About 15km from Hanoi, Do temple is located in Dinh Bang village, Tu Son district, Bac Ninh province. The temple worships the eight Kings of Ly Dynasty, and it is famous for its unique architecture. Do Temple was built during the Le Dynasty and has been altered several times since. The major reconstruction took place under the [...]
Ba Chua Kho temple Vietnam Temple

Ba Chua Kho temple

Ba Chua Kho (Goddess of Stock) is located 20km north of Hanoi centre. This is a typical Le Dynasty temple with a three-door gate, a big yard, and curved roofs. The building stands at the foot of Kho Moutain, which faces south and overlooks a field winding around the Cau River, a tributary of the [...]
Kiep Bac temple Vietnam Temple

Kiep Bac temple

Kiep Bac temple is located in Hung Dao Commune, Chi Linh District, Hai Duong province, about 80km away from Hanoi, and 5km from Con Son. In the 13th century, this is where Vietnam dynasty’s troops of the Tran Hung Dao garrison. The name Kiep Bac is original from Van Yen village (Kiếp village) and Duoc [...]
King Dinh Tien Hoang temple Vietnam Temple

King Dinh Tien Hoang temple

Located in Truong Yen village, Truong Yen commune, Hoa Lu town, in a garden of 5 hectares wide. It faces the East, and stands in front of Ma Yen Mount, where King Dinh Tien Hoang’s tomb was located. Being built in the 17th century with a special architecture, the interior of the temple had an [...]
Tran temple Vietnam Temple

Tran temple

About 100km to the Southeast of Hanoi, Tran Temple is one of the famous destinations which cannot be missed if you have time to travel to Nam Dinh province. Kings of the Tran Dynasty and their mandarins are worshiped in Tran Temple. About 100km to the Southeast of Hanoi, Tran Temple is one of the [...]

 

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