Ba Chua Kho Temple
Cổ Mễ, P. Đáp Cầu, Bắc Ninh, 790000, Vietnam
About Ba Chua Kho Temple
Bà Chúa Kho is a goddess of Vietnamese folk religion, with her temple in Bắc Ninh. She is one of the new popular goddess-like Bà Chúa Xứ, Lady of the Realm. It is now one of the famous Buddhist temples in Bac Ninh province.
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Bac Ninh, the smallest province in Red River Delta Vietnam, is located in the Northern key economic region. Bac Ninh Province is famous for Quan Ho folk songs. Previously, Bac Ninh is the center of the Kinh Bac region. Currently, there are 41 notable festivals in Bac Ninh including the major festivals such as Dau Pagoda Festival, Lim Festival, Ba Chua Kho Festival.