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Binh Son pagoda

Tháp Bình Sơn, ĐT307B, Tam Sơn, Sông Lô, Vĩnh Phúc, Vietnam

Notable Architectures
Old Ruins

About Binh Son pagoda

It was built under the Tran Dynasty and said to consist of 15 stories in its original form. It is the highest Tran Dynasty terra cotta pagoda surviving until today.


Attractions near Binh Son pagoda

Tam Dao National Park22.32km from Binh Son pagoda

Located only 43 miles (70 kilometers) from Hanoi. Tam Dao means ‘Three Islands’, and the three summits of Tam Dao Mountain, all about 1400m in height. There are at least 64 mammal species (including langurs) and 239 bird species in the park.

Sơn Dương30.5km from Binh Son pagoda

Son Duong Island or Son Duong Island is a small island in Ky Loi commune, Ky Anh district, Ha Tinh province. This is a beautiful, pristine island with many cave systems and cat ear rocks covered by a green of trees.

Dai Lai lake33.8km from Binh Son pagoda

Dai Lai Lake is a large artificial lake located in Vinh Phuc Province of Vietnam. Tourists can enjoy boating, fishing, and majestic scenery of Tam Dao mountain range in the distance.

Nui Coc Lake & Eco-tourism park 35.02km from Binh Son pagoda

This man-made lake is located in the scenic backdrop provided by the Coc Mountain in Thái Nguyên Province, Vietnam, with a storage capacity of 175 million cubic meters. An eco-tourism park was also developed on the banks of the lake with beautiful musical fountains.

Ba Vi National Park37.43km from Binh Son pagoda

Ba Vì National Park is a national park located 48 km west of Hanoi, Vietnam. The park is 10,815 ha in area and is located in the Ba Vì mountain range. The park has rich and diverse tropical and subtropical species of flora and fauna.  Ba Vì National Park is located in Ba Vì District of Hanoi and two districts of Hòa Bình Province, namely Lương Sơn and Kỳ Sơn. The Park is situated on a mountain range running north-east and south-west with its peak at Vua Peak of 1,296 m and Tan Vien Peak of 1,226

Thác Bà Lake52.5km from Binh Son pagoda

The Thác Bà Lake is a manmade lake in Vietnam created by the construction of the Thác Bà hydroelectric plant in the 1960s. Thác Bà is the name of the Bà Falls which pre-existed the dam. It is now one of the water resource to the town and also one of the tourist attraction.

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The province's name derives from Sino-Vietnamese. Vĩnh means "everlasting", while Phúc means "fortune". Together, Vĩnh Phúc means "everlasting fortune".