55 years ago, venerable Thich Quang Duc self-immolated on a street in Saigon to protest the oppression of Buddhism by the contemporary government. Afterwards, a mysterious story circulated about his "indestructible heart," which did not burn in his fiery sacrifice. Despite being burned twice, his heart remained unscathed.
Binh Tay Market, along with Ben Thanh Market and Kim Bien Market, is one of the famous markets in Ho Chi Minh City and one of the busiest commercial centers in the southern region. It is a popular destination for tourists and shoppers, both local and international.
The bridge was constructed by the French, featuring three arches and being intertwined with a part of the history of the old Chợ Lớn area.
No one can truly know how old Hoan Kiem Lake is or the historical events it has witnessed. What we do know is that Hoan Kiem Lake still exists, forever remaining as a precious gem in the heart of the capital city.
The Temple of Literature, also known as Quoc Tu Giam, is a historic and cultural landmark situated in the heart of Hanoi, Vietnam. With its rich history and architectural grandeur, it stands as a symbol of Vietnam's educational heritage.
The Vietnam History Museum, also known as the Ho Chi Minh Museum, was established on August 23, 1979. It is a place dedicated to collecting and preserving the unique cultural heritage of our nation, starting from the time of the Hung Kings, who founded our country.