4 Temple Festivals in Vietnam that you should visit - With photos & details

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4 Temple Festivals to explore in Vietnam

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Ba Trieu TempleQL1A, Triệu Lộc, Hậu Lộc, Thanh Hoá, Vietnam

The Bà Triệu Temple is a temple at , huyện Hậu Lộc, Thanh Hóa province, Vietnam dedicated to the semi-legendary national heroine Bà Triệu.

Cua Ong TempleCửa Ông, Cẩm Phả, Quảng Ninh 200000, Vietnam

The Cua Ong Temple dedicated to Tran Quoc Tang, the third son of Tran Hung Dao, many generals of Tran Dynasty and Hoang Cau – a local general who fought bravely against invaders. Cua Ong Temple is more beautiful at its festival time. The Cua Ong Temple Festival is held from the 2nd day of the first lunar month to the 30th day of the third lunar month.

Hon ChenLàng Hải Cát, Hương Thọ, Hương Trà, Thừa Thiên Huế, Vietnam

Hon Chen Temple located on Ngoc Tran Mountain, Thua Thien Hue Province, is one of the most reputable relics attracting tourists to experience historical value here. Hon Chen Temple is not only a historical and religious monument but also a scenic spot with a unique cultural attraction.

Nam Giao EsplanadeTrường An, Thành phố Huế, Thừa Thiên Huế, Vietnam

The Esplanade of Sacrifice to the Heaven and Earth (Nam Giao Esplanade) is an imperial altar situated south of the city of Huế, central Vietnam. It is dedicated to the heaven and earth. The complex was visited by the monarchs of the Nguyen dynasty for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven.