Hon Chen Temple

Hon Chen Temple is located on Ngoc Tran Mountain, belonging to Ngoc Ho Village, Huong Ho Ward, Huong Tra Town, Thua Thien – Hue Province (Nine kilometers away from Hue Ancient Citadel by road). Hon Chen Temple is well-known not only because it is a religious monument but also because it is an architectural monument. […]

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Hung King Temple, Ho Chi Minh City

Located at 2 Nguyen Binh Khiem Street, Ben Thanh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, The Hung King Temple was designed by the architect Auguste Delaval and built in 1927-1929. The temple was named as Temple du Souvenir Annamite which means Annamite Temple of remembrance and primarily to honor the memory of at least […]

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4 Best Coffee Shops in Bui Vien

Bui Vien Street in Ho Chi Minh Backpacker Area is famous with many locals and tourists. The area is always crowded, noisy, and busy with people from all over the world. Most of the people know Bui Vien as one of the noisiest places in the city. However, there are some quiet places for you […]

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13 Best Places To Eat in Bui Vien

10. Bui Vien street

Bui Vien Street in Ho Chi Minh backpacker area is one of the most hustle and bustle places in the city. The crowd from all over the world gather in the street every night for eating, drinking, chatting leisurely. Especially on weekends when the Bui Vien walking street is open from 7:00 PM to 2:00 […]

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Sa Huynh Culture Museum, Hoi An

Sa Huynh Culture is one of three ancient cradles of civilization in Vietnamese territory, along with Dong Son Culture and Oc Eo Culture. Sa Huynh Culture is defined at around 1000 BC until the end of the 2nd century. Sa Huynh cultural inhabitants settled mainly along the lowlands of the rivers along the central coast […]

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