The One Pillar Pagoda, known as Chùa Một Cột in Vietnamese, is an ancient and iconic cultural symbol located in the heart of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. With its rich history and unique architectural design, this pagoda holds immense significance and attracts visitors from around the world.
Hoả Lò Prison, located at 1 Hoả Lò Street, Hoàn Kiếm, Hanoi, stands as a testament to a tumultuous period in history, enduring the test of time until this very day. This historical site serves as a vivid representation of a painful era, symbolizing the indomitable spirit and resilience of the Vietnamese people who ardently love their country.
Spread across 7 hectares with eight equally sized sides, Khám Chí Hòa, the temporary detention site, resembles a mystical octagonal fortress amidst the city center when viewed from above.
For a long time, Nha Rong Harbor has become an iconic symbol of Ho Chi Minh City. It bears witness to the ups and downs of history, particularly as the place where Uncle Ho (Ho Chi Minh) embarked on his journey to save the country.
The Saigon Zoo and Botanical Garden (referred to as the Zoo and Botanical Garden for short), the original name was Botanical Garden, the people used to call it the Zoo. This is the place to preserve plants and animals with the 8th longest life expectancy in the world, in Vietnam. The Botanical Garden is currently located at 2B Nguyen Binh Khiem, ward 11, district 1.