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Valuable archaeological findings in spite of COVID-19 pandemic

Training on religious and ethnic propaganda held in Ha Tinh

Training on religious and ethnic propaganda held in Ninh Binh

Thua Thua Hue authorities inspect Covid-19 treatment place for monks & nuns

Propaganda meeting on environmental protection for Buddhists held in Phu Yen

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Two record-holding pagodas in Binh Duong

Binh Duong Province’s Tay Tang Pagoda is home to the country's largest statue made of hair, while Hoi Khanh Pagoda has Asia's longest Reclining Buddha statue on a pagoda's roof.

Whale worshipping festival excites crowds in Vung Tau city

The Nghinh Ong Festival, an event held for fishermen to pay their respects to whales and show their gratitude for a bumper catch, was held on October 2 in Vung Tau city, southern Vietnam, with thousands of residents and tourists in attendance.

Traditional Mid-Autumn Festival celebration held at Thang Long Imperial Citadel

The Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Hanoi is hosting a range of activities to celebrate the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival.

Nhan Tower: Charm of Cham people

Nhan Tower, known to the locals simply as Cham Tower, is located on a hilltop near Nhan Mountain, on the northern bank of the Da Rang River in Tuy Hoa City, Phu Yen Province.

Muong Ethnic Culture Museum

About 70 kilometers north of Hanoi stands the Muong Ethnic Group Cultural Space Museum, the first private museum in Hoa Binh province, and the only museum in Vietnam devoted to Muong culture.

The outstanding and rustic architecture of St. Joseph’s Cathedral in Hanoi

If you want to visit a tourist attraction in Hanoi different from others which allows you to witness an outstanding and rustic architecture, Saint Joseph’s Cathedral (Nhà thờ Lớn Hà Nội) will be the most suitable one for you. 

Hanoi pagodas uncrowded during Buddhist festival

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, few people go to the pagoda in Hanoi capital during the Vu Lan festival of Buddhist followers to honour parents.

A look at four of most famous Buddhist destinations nationwide

Tay Thien, Yen Tu, and Da Lat Monasteries are among some of the unmissable Buddhist destinations located across the country, all of which represent sacred spots in which pilgrims can come and pray for peace whilst enjoying the beautiful landscape.

Tay Dang Communal House: Typical wooden architectural beauty of the Mac dynasty

There is a sentence to describe the architectural beauty of folk works: “cầu Nam, chùa Bắc, đình Đoài” (Southern bridge, Northern pagoda, Western communal house). With the specific architecture, Tay Dang communal house is highly appreciated in the Vietnamese communal house system.

Visiting Catholic Church in River Islet

The Catholic Church situated in the Tien River’s Gieng Islet located in Tan My Commune of An Giang Province’s Cho Moi District has surprised and amused many people.

Enthralling pink and purple cathedrals in Vietnam’s central province

Two cathedrals in poetic pink and purple color in Nghe An Province have recently become hot “check-in” destinations that conquer the heart of any visitors stepping on.

Religious teams join sport exchange celebrating 65 founding anniversary of Government Religious Committee

On occasion of the 65th founding anniversary of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) and the state governance sector on belief and religion (August 2, 1955), the GCRA organized a sport exchange program at its headquarter and Yen Hoa Sport Center’s football stadium.

My Son Sanctuary through lens of foreign photographers

My Son Sanctuary is a large complex featuring religious relics, including temples, shrines, and towers. The 1,000-year-old UNESCO-recognised World Heritage Site is the former capital of the ancient Champa Kingdom. Let’s view the beauty of the area through the lens of foreign photographers.

Three sacred places for pilgrims in Tay Ninh

Ba Den Mountain, Thien Lam Temple and the Holy See of Caodaism are popular pilgrimage destinations in the southern province of Tay Ninh.

Century-old craft village specialises in Buddha statues in HCM City

An old craft village situated in a small alley in Ward 12 of District 6 in Ho Chi Minh City is renowned locally for making a variety of Buddha statues, with the area developing into a tourist attraction over the past few decades.

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