Top 3 Most Sacred Mountains in Vietnam

Top 3 Most Sacred Mountains in Vietnam

Many legendary mountains in Vietnam have become sacred places of belief, where people regularly visit to pray and worship the gods. These mountains are home to ancient spirits and divine views.
Unique pagoda built from ceramic pieces in Da Lat

Unique pagoda built from ceramic pieces in Da Lat

The "junk" pagoda, a cute nickname for the Linh Phuoc Pagoda, lies in Trai Mat, Da Lat city, Lam Dong province. Thanks to its unique and strange architectural design, the pagoda attracts a large number of visitors.
Splendid churches add charm to Quang Binh Province

Splendid churches add charm to Quang Binh Province

Besides the name of 'Kingdom of Caves', Quang Binh Province also attracts many tourists by its rich Christian heritage, as evidenced by many splendid churches.
3 spiritual travel itineraries in the South of Vietnam

3 spiritual travel itineraries in the South of Vietnam

These itineraries offer chances to learn Zen Buddhism, explore the ancient Long An pagodas, immersed in nature, listen to Dong Nai sermons,...
Most popular pagodas in HCMC where people flock to wish for a lucky new year

Most popular pagodas in HCMC where people flock to wish for a lucky new year

Not only meeting the religious needs, the following temples also have long-standing architectural and historical values, attracting both local and foreign tourists.
Vinh Trang - Southern pagoda that possesses three giant Buddha statue

Vinh Trang - Southern pagoda that possesses three giant Buddha statue

Built in the 19th century, Vinh Trang (My Tho) is known as the first temple in Vietnam with both Western and Oriental architectural style.
Three touristic spiritual spots in Vietnam's Southern province

Three touristic spiritual spots in Vietnam's Southern province

Chau Thoi, Hoi Khanh or Tay Tang Pagoda attracts visitors for theirs architectural, spiritual, and religious significance.
Pictures of worship places on first day of social distancing easing

Pictures of worship places on first day of social distancing easing

With a cultural habit of going to pray at worship places thousands of years, plenty of Hanoians headed to temples and pagodas around midday on April 23 – the first day after social distancing measures have been relaxed amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.
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