Tam Giang Lagoon
Tam Giang Lagoon, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam
About Tam Giang Lagoon
Tam Giang Lagoon is the largest lagoon in Southeast Asia with a total surface area of 22,000 hectares. All big rivers in the area such as Perfume River, O Lau River, and Bo River pour into Tam Giang Lagoon before going to the East Sea. This destination is a famous tourist attraction because of its pristine beauty and romantic landscapes.
Attractions near Tam Giang Lagoon
Diệu Đế Pagoda is a Buddhist temple in the central city of Huế in Vietnam. It is named for the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism, which are called Tứ Diệu Đế in Vietnamese.
The Huế Museum of Royal Fine Arts is a museum dedicated to Vietnam's imperial past and arts of that era.
The Imperial City at Hue is the best-preserved remnant of a vast citadel and royal palace complex that once existed on the site before the Vietnam war. Nowadays the city has been declared a UNESCO site and the remaining buildings haveac been restored.
The Pagoda of the Celestial Lady in Hue is the most important buildings for Vietnamese people in the country. This 7 story pagoda lies on the banks of Perfume River. It was officially built in 1601 under Nguyen Hoang Lord reign – the first Nguyen Lord in Southern Vietnam.
Trang Tien Bridge is undoubtedly the most well-known bridge in the city of Hue, Vietnam. This connects the Phu Hoa district and the Phu Hoi district across the famous Huong River, which sometimes can also be called the “Perfume” river in English.
The temple is located on a small hill called Hàm Long in the historic city of Huế in central Vietnam. From the historic point of view, Bao Quoc Temple was considered as the three national pagodas of the city during the time of the Nguyễn Dynasty.
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