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Sau thành công của mùa giải đầu tiên, Ho Chi Minh Night Run 2023 mùa thứ 2 đã chính thức trở lại, thu hút hơn 2.000 vận động viên tranh tài ở 3 cự ly, bao gồm 5km, 10km và half marathon (21km).
Thông tin giải chạy Ho Chi Minh Night Run 2023:
Facebook: Ho Chi Minh City Night Run Thang Loi Group
Thời gian: Ngày 13 và 14/05/2023
Địa điểm: Cung Văn hoá Lao động Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, 55B Nguyễn Thị Minh Khai, phường Bến Nghé, Quận 1, TP. HCM
Sau thành công của mùa giải đầu tiên, Ho Chi Minh Night Run 2023 mùa thứ 2 đã chính thức trở lại
TPHCM được biết đến là thành phố năng động, sáng tạo và phát triển bậc nhất tại Việt Nam, ghi điểm cùng nhiều nét văn hóa giàu truyền thống cùng hàng loạt điểm đặc trưng thú vị.
Ban Tổ chức cho biết, sau thành công của mùa giải đầu tiên, Ho Chi Minh Night Run 2023 mùa thứ 2 đã chính thức trở lại, thu hút hơn 2.000 vận động viên tranh tài ở 3 cự ly, bao gồm 5km, 10km và half marathon (21km). Được biết, giải chạy đêm Ho Chi Minh Night Run 2023 được Liên đoàn Điền kinh chúng tôi phối hợp với Công ty TNHH Đầu tư Thương mại dịch vụ UNIQUE tổ chức đúng theo chủ trương của UBND TP.HCM.
Lộ trình cung đường sẽ đi qua hàng loạt những tuyến chính của trung tâm thành phố cùng với nhiều địa điểm lịch sử, văn hóa, công trình kiến trúc đặc sắc. Hành trình của Ho Chi Minh Night Run 2023 sẽ bắt đầu từ Cung Văn Hóa Lao Động Thành Phố HCM, sau đó đi qua những tuyến đường đẹp nhất và quay về đích tại điểm xuất phát. Các VĐV tham gia giải chạy này có thể lựa chọn các cự ly 21km, 10km và 5km; trải nghiệm một đêm chạy đầy cảm xúc và đầy thử thách. Chưa dừng lại ở đó, các VĐV còn có cơ hội tham gia các hoạt động vui chơi giải trí cũng như trải nghiệm không khí đêm Sài Gòn sôi động.
Lộ trình cung đường sẽ đi qua hàng loạt những tuyến chính của trung tâm thành phố cùng với nhiều địa điểm lịch sử, văn hóa, công trình kiến trúc đặc sắc
Như đã nói ở trên, lộ trình cung đường của Ho Chi Minh Night Run 2023 sẽ vô cùng ấn tượng. Đặc biệt, với cự ly 21km của năm nay, các VĐV sẽ được trải nghiệm cung đường nối trung tâm với TP Thủ Đức và đi qua những cây cầu biểu tượng mới của thành phố, đó là cầu Thủ Thiêm và cầu Ba Son.
Với cự ly 21km của năm nay, các VĐV sẽ được trải nghiệm cung đường nối trung tâm với TP Thủ Đức và đi qua những cây cầu biểu tượng mới của thành phố
Lịch trình dành cho các VĐV sẽ lần lượt xuất phát bắt đầu lúc giữa đêm 13/5 và đóng đường chạy vào rạng sáng ngày 14/5 hôm sau.
Đến khi về đích, các VĐV sẽ cùng nhau tụ họp và quây quần tại khu vực ẩm thực đã được ban tổ chức chuẩn bị, thưởng thức mĩ vị ẩm thực tiêu biểu đậm nét Sài Gòn. Nhờ không khí hoàn toàn mới lạ của thành phố trong đêm, Ho Chi Minh City Night Run 2023 hứa hẹn sẽ mang đến cho một trải nghiệm chạy bộ có 1-0-2 cho các VĐV.
Song song đó, tại Ho Chi Minh Night Run 2023 còn nhiều cuộc thi đồng hành được tổ chức dành cho tất cả người tham gia, tạo nên sân chơi cho cộng đồng. Những cuộc thi này có thể kể đến như: The Team Race (nội dung đồng đội sẽ giúp các CLB chạy, là dịp để các doanh nghiệp, đội nhóm có dịp thể hiện bản sắc); The Couple Race (nội dung dành cho các cặp đôi vợ chồng cùng chạy và thi tài cùng nhau); Cosplay (giải hóa trang trên đường chạy, mang thêm màu sắc sinh động khi các VĐV hóa thân vào các nhân vật, hình tượng mà họ ưa thích).
Đăng bởi: Yến Nguyễn Hoàng
Từ khoá: Ho Chi Minh Night Run 2023: Cuộc “sải bước” xuyên đêm cùng Sài Gòn không ngủ
The cooler winter months are long gone in April and temperatures really start to heat up in Ho Chi Minh City. It’s also gearing up to kick off the wet season, with rain much more common when visiting Saigon in April than the previous few months, but less common than what lies ahead.Climate Averages in Ho Chi Minh in April
Central Post Office in HCMC. Photo: Sketyl none
April is the hottest month of the year in Ho Chi Minh City, with temperatures ranging from as low as 79°F (26.1°C) to as high as 93°F (33.9°C). As the city nears the wet season, daylight hours increase to 12.4 hours, and direct sunlight decreases to 8 hours per day.
Due to the rising temperatures and an increase in humidity to 72%, April receives a significant increase in rainfall compared to March. On average, Ho Chi Minh City receives 50.8 mm (2 in) of precipitation over 5.4 rainfall days throughout the month.
Temperature 79-93°F (26.1-33.9°C)
Precipitation 50.8 mm (2 in)
Rainfall 15 days
Daylight 12.4 hr
Sunlight 8 hrThings To Do in Ho Chi Minh in April
Cu Chi Tunnels in April. Photo: Jaydee!
Although temperatures are exceptionally hot and humid during this time of year, April is still a great time to visit Ho Chi Minh City to enjoy all that the city has to offer. The heavy rainfall is yet to come and there are plenty of ways to cool off in the city aside from air conditioning.
If you’re looking to beat the heat, take a dip into one of Ho Chi Minh City’s many outdoor swimming pools, such as the Van Thanh Pool, the Lam Son Pool, or the Lan Anh Club Pool. The Dam Sen Water Park offers a variety of slides and rides for those of all ages, which is another excellent option for those looking to cool off.
On April 30, Ho Chi Minh City locals celebrate Reunification Day. This public holiday marks the fall of the Saigon government in 1975, which brought an end to the Vietnam War and unified the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in the north and the Republic of Vietnam in the south. During this celebration, streets are adorned with national flags, colorful banners, and flower installations, and in some years, extravagant parades are held along the main street featuring entertaining live performances.
If you decide to visit Ho Chi Minh City around Reunification Day, consider taking a tour of the Reunification Palace, which was the site of the end of the Vietnam War. Also, consider exploring the Cu Chi Tunnels outside Saigon to learn more about the history of the Vietnam War.Tips for Visiting Ho Chi Minh in April
Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street in April. Photo: Prince Roy
April can be an ideal time of year to visit Ho Chi Minh City for those looking for a hot, tropical vacation getaway. However, the heat and humidity can make the weather feel quite uncomfortable to some people, so if this is you, consider visiting during a cooler and less humid time of year.
Due to April’s warm temperatures, it’s not necessary to wear anything more than a t-shirt and shorts during this time of year. Although it’s sunny, so you’ll still see long sleeved clothes and pants on the locals. It’s best to wear light, sweat-absorbent clothes to make the humidity feel less of a burden. Be sure to protect yourself from the sun’s harmful UV rays by wearing plenty of sun protection.
As rainfall begins to increase this month leading up to the wet season, an umbrella and light raincoat would be wise to bring in case you are met with unexpected rains during your time in Ho Chi Minh City.
Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Hoàng Phúc
Từ khoá: Visiting Ho Chi Minh City in April
Even though there is plenty to do in the city, the nearest beaches by Ho Chi Minh City are close enough for a nice reprieve from the metro life. These beautiful sandy spots are unique and relaxing, compelling visitors to Southern Vietnam to explore the coast.
Many locals turn to these destinations as a way to decompress from the hecticness of Saigon, but travelers are pleasantly surprised to find an ocean retreat. Getting to the beach from Ho Chi Minh would require some transportation, but some destinations can be visited for a long day trip or better yet, a multi-day getaway. The easiest ways to travel to the shore from inland Southern Vietnam are by bus, train, motorbike, or car ride.
When you’re ready to plan your next trip to Southern Vietnam, be sure to carve out some time for some sand and salty air. Here are the top beaches near Ho Chi Minh City, in order of proximity.
Vung Tau beach. Photo: VanLap Hoàng
The closest beaches to Ho Chi Minh City are in Vung Tau, which motor vehicles can easily reach on a two-hour drive. There are a handful of beaches around this city, but the most popular ones are Front Beach, Back Beach, Vung Tau Beach, and Pineapple Beach.
Vung Tau Beach is the most frequented one to travel to from Ho Chi Minh City, as it’s lined with cafes, rental equipment stands, and shops for browsing. Most people who drive down to this beach enjoy doing it as a day trip, but several opt to spend a night or two.
The best time to hit the beaches in Vung Tau is November through April, during its dry season. The weather will be a lot cooler from December to February, as the heat tends to come around starting in May, closely accompanied by the rainy season.
There are plenty of places to stay by the beach in Vung Tau, with accommodations fit for every budget and style. Water activities like swimming, sailing, and snorkeling are popular in this area. Kite-surfing is another sport that travelers enjoy, and there are numerous stands to rent equipment along the beaches. Fresh and seafood is served at several eateries by the water,
Long Hai Beach. Photo: VanLap Hoàng
Based to the east of Vung Tau, Long Hai Beach (Bãi biển Long Hải) is a hidden treasure in southern Vietnam. The velvety yellow sand and aquamarine-colored water have maintained its natural beauty by avoiding construction related to tourism.
This environment is incredibly welcoming to nature enthusiasts and travelers looking for a more rural beach experience in Vietnam with a stunning forest backdrop. The waters on this shore are very clean with docile waves, along with some rock formations that liven up the scenery.
Long Hai Beach is a popular destination for people who live in Ho Chi Minh City, as it is a great place to relax and getaway for the weekend. Getting to the beach can be done by motorbike or car, but speedboat rides to the area are also offered from Saigon Port.
Ho Tram Beach. Photo: Tri Nguyen
Ho Tram (Hồ Tràm) is a cozy little beach town located on the coast to the southeast of HCMC. There are numerous higher-end resorts in this area, so it’s a destination for those enticed by a more luxurious-style vacation.
It boasts a tranquil environment, so the beaches here are geared more towards relaxation and spa days instead of thrill activities and water sports. Not only is this region home to picture-perfect ocean scenery, but it also has rainforests where several types of wild birds live and can be spotted.
The Grand Ho Tram Strip (affiliate link) is considered one of Ho Tram’s most upscale resorts with immediate access to the beach, among other premium amenities. On the property is also a casino, spa, games room for kids, shopping, and the famous The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip golf course.
Another nearby beach, Ho Coc, is just outside the town and a known spot for camping, karaoke, and picnicking. For those traveling on a budget to this region, Ho Coc has less expensive accommodations than right in Ho Tram, with equally enjoyable sandy areas by the water to relax.
The easiest way to get to Ho Tram is to travel to Vung Tau first and then arrange a bus, taxi, or car ride to the beach town.
Located in the Binh Thuan Province near the town of La Gi, the CoCo Beach Camp (affiliate link) is a property based right on the ocean that offers visitors a whole beach experience. A wide variety of accommodations are provided at this venue, ranging from a luxury tent to a camping trailer to a mini beach-front family house.
This village of camping structures offers large and small groups a chance to gather and spend some time away from hectic city lives. At about three hours away from Ho Chi Minh City, this beach camp is an ideal place to stay for a few days in nature.
Doi Duong Beach. Photo: Lucas Jans
Located directly to the east of Ho Chi Minh City, Phan Thiet is a town on the coast encompassing Mui Ne. The most popular beach in this area is the Doi Duong Beach (Bãi biển Đồi Dương), a shoreline covered in soft white sands and has shallow waters.
Plenty of shops, restaurants, and clubs dot the back part of the beach and make this destination a popular place for couples and families looking for a getaway. Phan Thiet has numerous accommodations right at the beach that are affordable, classy, and provide fantastic access to the ocean.
The urban strip along Doi Duong Beach has a promenade that is enjoyable to stroll and window shop along the way with many vendors on the path. Bathrooms and showers are set up at the beach to make it easy for visitors to clean up, and umbrellas with lounge chairs are available for rent during the day.
Some of the most popular water activities at this beach include diving, swimming, snorkeling, and fishing. Another beach, Thuong Chanh beach (Bãi biển Thương Chánh) is located just a few miles to the west and offers even more space for some easy-going time by the waves.
Mui Ne beach. Photo: Brenda Castro
One of Vietnam’s most coveted beach resort towns is Mui Ne, famous for its nearby fishing villages and sand dunes. Even though it is a few hours away from Ho Chi Minh City, this destination is popular for locals and visitors alike to plan a trip to the coast. With more than one picturesque beach in the area, Mui Ne is an excellent spot for indulging in the sunshine, water sports, and fresh seafood.
No matter your budget, it has accommodations suitable for all. Everything from full-facility five-star resorts to homestays and regular hotels are available on and near the ocean.
Some of the most popular water activities include windsurfing, swimming, kitesurfing, diving, and sunbathing. Snorkeling is a great way to explore the life beneath the surface, as there are colorful coral and many types of fish in these waters.
Con Dao Islands. Photo: Binh Huynh
The Con Dao Islands (Côn Đảo) are a 16 island archipelago, but the main one that people like to visit is the largest, Con Son. The islands are set off the coast of Vung Tau, and the only two ways to reach them are by boat or plane. But the rides are short, making it seem like this destination is further away than it actually is. The beaches on Con Son are some of the most beautiful that the country has to offer, and the island has a nice spot for snorkeling and diving.
The best time to visit Con Dao is March through July, when the ocean waters are smoothest for travel, but it’s also a popular place to do during the heat of the summer months through August. September through January, the weather is a lot colder, making water activities and laying on the beach less desirable, but not any less stunning.
Finding accommodations on the island is easy enough, as there are homestays and a popular resort to stay at. Since about 80% of the island is covered in rainforests, there is as much wildlife to see on land as there is on the water. Hiking the forests is a fun way to explore the natural area, while taking a dip in the water is excellent for cooling off during hotter months.
Phu Quoc beach. Photo: Mgzkun
Not only is Phu Quoc (Phú Quốc) one of the top beach destinations for those traveling from Ho Chi Minh City, but for anyone wanting a tropical experience in Vietnam. This haven by the ocean is filled with unspoiled beaches that showcase pristine white sands, crystal clear waters, and an abundance of fresh seafood at every turn.
Staying on the island for a few nights would be anyone’s recommendation, as a day trip isn’t possible for this destination. There is everything from five-star resorts and beachside abodes to hotels on a budget, but most people make the trek for some fun in the sun and a timeout from the chaos of everyday life.
There are several beaches on Phu Quoc, but Long Beach and Ong Lang Beach are the most popular ones. While these two are the ones that are typically more crowded, there are plenty of quieter spots on the island with lovely spots for swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, or simply watching the sunset. If spending time in the water isn’t your idea of a good time, there are many restaurants and cafes along the beach to grab a bite or a pina colada.
The best time of year to visit Phu Quoc Island is December through March, when the weather is temperate and manageable. The hottest temperatures are in April, and the rainy season doesn’t begin until May. The weather begins to cool off by August, but the dry season doesn’t really start until about the end of October.
Nha Trang beach. Photo: Exotissimo Travel
For a true getaway far from Ho Chi Minh City, book a stay at Nha Trang, a beach destination that can take up to a whole day by road or one hour by air. It has a terrific combination of both city and beach environments, making this spot an ideal destination for a mixed bag of travelers. The most famous beach in the area is Tran Phu Beach, which is within walking distance of almost anywhere in the city.
Not only does Nha Trang have a top selection of accommodation types, such as beachside resorts, but there are plenty of activities to do by the water, too. Yacht rentals, diving, swimming, boating, and fishing are just a few of the options for things to do on the ocean. Fresh seafood is sold and served at many restaurants and shops along the shore.
The best time to visit Nha Trang is February through May, but scuba diving people have a more extended season from January to October.
The southern part of the country offers a range of beach trips, including: quiet (Mui Ne, CoCoBeach, Ho Tram), nearby (Vung Tau), island paradise (Phu Quoc or Con Dao), or prefer to fly-in to a bustling coastal city (Nha Trang). Going to the beach in Vietnam is undoubtedly a must-do for any trip, so keep this list in mind the next time a trip to Ho Chi Minh City is on the books. And consider, booking a stay at one of the top beach resorts in South Vietnam.
Đăng bởi: Lê Tâm
Từ khoá: 9 Best Beaches by Ho Chi Minh City
Fishing is one of the activities to help relax the body and relax after stressful working hours. If you are a lover of this subject, you should not miss the 5 recommended places below in Ho Chi Minh City .
The fishing lake at Binh Xuyen restaurant
Waiting for fish to bite is one of the interesting experiences. Photo: Ha Lam
Located in an alley on Pham Hung Street, Binh Chanh District, Binh Xuyen Restaurant’s fishing lake is loved by its peaceful, close-to-nature setting, with many rustic thatched huts. This place is open from 8am to 10pm every day, and you can enjoy fishing activities.
The lake has many kinds of fish such as carp, tra, drift, perch… With the fish caught, you can weigh it and bring it home or give it to the restaurant to process it into a dish on demand, for a fee.
Phu Ong Fishing Pond
Located on Vuon Lai Street, An Phu Dong Ward, District 12, Phu Ong Fishing Lake has a large space covered with many trees and fresh air. Fish here are mainly catfish, snakehead fish, after fishing will be calculated in kilograms. You can enjoy your fruits at the ready-made hut or bring them home, depending on your preference.
In addition to fishing, this is also one of the destinations for you and your family to relax and enjoy a variety of rustic dishes. The lake is open from 8am to 10pm throughout the week.
Tri Rau Fishing Pond
Around the fishing lake, there are always a lot of shady trees, helping to make the space airy. Photo: Ha Lam
This place is also located in Vuon Lai, An Phu Dong Ward, District 12, open at 7am – 9pm every day. This place impresses with its large space, many trees and is surrounded by Western-style thatched-roof huts.
Tri Rau fishing lake is popular because there are all kinds of fish, evenly distributed in the areas, so even if you are an amateur, you still have the opportunity to catch big fish… At the lake, fishing enthusiasts have just satisfied. He is passionate about fishing and can rest and enjoy food with his family.
Song Yen Fishing Pond
This is one of the favorite recreational fishing places in Ho Chi Minh City today. Fishing lake is located in Binh Quoi tourist area, Binh Thanh district, so you can combine entertainment. The lake is large and has a variety of fish, meeting the needs of visitors.
After daily hustle and bustle, it will be more interesting if you can relax in a quiet space, close to nature, show your fishing skills and enjoy the fruits of your own fishing.
Bamboo Village Fishing Pond
Located on Le Van Luong street, Lang Tre fishing lake is open from 7am to 10pm, is one of the crowded fishing addresses in Nha Be. The fishing lake is designed to be close to nature, covered with green from outside the gate to every corner of the campus. This lake has a variety of fish such as trout, pompano, snakehead fish, catfish, carp… You are served a fishing rod for free, you only have to pay based on the number of fish caught.
You can enjoy the fruits of your own fishing right at the hut. Photo: Ha Lam
Đăng bởi: Hà Nguyễn
Từ khoá: Five recreational fishing addresses in Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City, aka Sai Gon, during French colonial times, used to be famous for its street vegetation and abundant greenery. Nowadays, it is also partly well-known for its concrete and air pollution: an active city it may be, but a green one it’s not. Or is it?
Actually, it can’t be said that Ho Chi Minh City is not a green city since there are still many parks and open spaces here, where people can have a peaceful place to relax and breathe in a fresh atmosphere. If you are searching for a place to spend a free day, retreat from the hustle and bustle of Saigon, Le Thi Rieng Park, one of the largest parks in the city, will fit your needs.History Of Le Thi Rieng Park
Le Thi Rieng Park, also known as White Rabbit Park or White Rabbit Entertainment Park, is a big park in District 10, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Before 1975, this area was a cemetery. The park is named after Le Thi Rieng, a soldier of the National Liberation Front of South Vietnam in the Vietnam War because she was buried here.
Le Thi Rieng park a green oasis in Ho Chi Minh City (@agustin4366)
During the Republic of Vietnam (1954 1975), this area was a 30-hectare cemetery, called Chi Hoa Cemetery (formerly known as Do Thanh cemetery). Chi Hoa Prison is nearby the area, and Phu Tho National Technical Center is further away.
After the great loss of lives in the Tet Offensive event in 1968, Sai Gon government at that time dug many holes in the cemetery to bury the masses of thousands of corpses. Resulting from this incident, superstitious rumors have appeared. After that, Saigon Long Hoa Buddhist Association built temples and a statue of Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva in the cemetery. The statue has a width of 0.75 m, a base of 3 m high, be made of black Italian stone weighing nearly 10 tons. This statue was made by famous sculptor Mai Lan.
In 1983, in an attempt to revamp the urban face, the city government cleared Chi Hoa cemetery to build a park. On August 23, 1986, the Ksitigarbha statue was unloaded and relocated to Guan Yin monastery in Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai Province.Highlights of Le Thi Rieng Park
Le Thi Rieng becomes an Amusement Park at night. (@minhphuc86)
The first highlight of Le Thi Rieng Park is the tomb of Le Thi Rieng, a member of the Committee for National Liberation Front of South Vietnam, settled there. Besides, near the entrance of the park, there is a traditional house, a memorial stele for Tet Mau Than event that Le Thi Rieng also took part in this.
Second, while other parks have even and flat terrain, Le Thi Rieng park is different from many scrolling hills, which are suitable for playing skate, skateboard, etc.
Finally, there is a children’s play area (called the White Rabbit Area) in the park where you can play any kind of games such as fly-away, roller coaster, UFO, etc. This area opens from 8 am to 10 pm (Monday Friday) and 8 am 11 pm (weekends).
White Rabbit Festival in the park
For the old and the elders, this park is a perfect place for doing morning and afternoon exercises. They can dance, walk, perform martial arts, etc.
For the adults, the place can help them enjoy a refreshing break from the city streets.
For teenagers, the park is an ideal place for playing sports, relieving stress, gathering with friends, etc.
For children, White Rabbit Area in the park is the best place for them to have suitable indoor and outdoor games.
For foreigners, the place is so suitable for you to discover more about the beauty of the city, relieve the stress, enjoy the fresh atmosphere and famous street food.What to Do in Le Thi Rieng Park
Entertainment area at Le Thi Rieng park (@bao_anh_duong)1. Doing Exercises
The park is so large and has a fresh atmosphere, that’s an ideal place for doing morning or afternoon exercises for everyone. You can see the scene of people of all ages coming here for going walking, playing sports, etc. at any time in the day.2. Visiting Amusement and Entertaining Area
If you have children, the park is also a suitable place for you because of its amusement and entertaining area. Your children can play see-saw, swing, slide, merry-go-round, etc.
On special occasions like Tet, Halloween, Mid-Autumn Festival, this place is decorated beautifully and lively. So, this is a perfect place for taking photos with your friends.
In the park, there is a large pond with a lot of beverage and food stalls around it in the park, so you can go fishing or buying your favorite dishes, sitting in the chairs and enjoying the atmosphere here.How to Get There
Take bus no 30, 13, 65 from the center city to get there.
Or you can walk since it is not far from Dam Sen Water Park and takes just 15 minutes to get there.
From Tan Son Nhat Airport: Take a taxi or “Xe om”. About 5km.
From Sai Gon Train Station: Take a taxi or “xe om”. About 2km.Best Time to Visit the Park
Mid Autumn festival at Le Thi Rieng park
No matter whenever you visit, Le Thi Rieng Park is still beautiful. However, if you want to enjoy the place without interruption because of the bad weather, the best time for you to visit is the dry months from December to March. During these months, the temperature is quite high but is cool down in the early morning or late afternoon.
In a day, you should visit the park in the early morning or late afternoon, you can have a great opportunity to meet the locals participating in the daily physical activities.
On special occasions like Tet, Halloween, Mid-Autumn Festival, this park is decorated beautifully, so visiting the place and taking photos with your friends at this time is a “not-bad” idea.Tips on Visiting Le Thi Rieng Park
Spacious place, lots of games to play. There are many zones, offering many different spatial experiences.
Do not bring your pets, especially dogs.
Finding a parking place in the holidays is very hard. So, going to the nearby bookstore to avoid waiting is a wise choice.
If you come to the White Rabbit area to play patin, do not bring your expensive personal items because there is no storage service at this place.
Đăng bởi: Phương Lê
Từ khoá: Le Thi Rieng Park in Ho Chi Minh City
The Chinese community in Ho Chi Minh City has been known for their specific customs, which contribute to the diverse culture of this more-than-300-year city. Coming to Ho Chi Minh City, especially the Chinese Street in District 5, you will be overwhelmed by the crowded streets, unique constructions and typical cuisine that you cannot see anywhere in Vietnam except for Ho Chi Minh City. Of all the places of interest, you should not ignore Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda, one of the most ancient pagodas in this city.
ContentsI. Overview of Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda
Source: Tuyet Nhi Tran
Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda is one of the worshiping places of the Chinese community in District 5, Ho Chi Minh City. Built in 1839, after many times of restoration, nowadays, we can see a pagoda in the red color, the character that can be easily seen in the religious construction of the Chinese. Tam Son Hoi Quan used to be the pagoda to worship Kim Hue Thanh Mau, or the Goddess Thai Sanh. Later, Thien Hau Thanh Mau became the main goddess of worship. Not only the Chinese but also many people from other regions come to Tam Son Hoi Quan to pray deity for an heir.II. Highlights of Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda
Source: chychy1. History
Tam Son Hoi Quan is the concentrated center of the immigrants from Fuzhou, Fujian Province, China. Tam Son means “three mountains”, which are Binh Son, Cuu Tien Son and Viet Vuong Son in Fuzhou. According to some historical documents, Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda was built in 1839, but on the stone stele set up in 1954 to record the restoration event of this Pagoda, no one knows when the pagoda was built. Also as written in the stone stele, the front building of the pagoda was constructed under the Gia Khanh era (1796) and first restored under the Quang Tu era (1887).2. Location
Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda is located in Trieu Quang Phuc Street in District 5 of Ho Chi Minh City, where a lot of Chinese people live. The surrounding area of Tam Son Hoi Quan has many other religious constructions, including churches, pagodas and temples. Each construction owns its special traits that cannot be mistaken to the others. If you have a chance to visit Tam Son Hoi Quan, you should not miss the nearby attractions of this pagoda.
Source: chychy3. Architecture and Structure
The total area of Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda is about 1000 square meters, consisting of a front yard, a front hall, a middle hall and a main shrine. The more you go into the shrines, the higher the floor is.
Like other temples and pagodas in the area, there are quite a few horizontal lacquered boards and pairs of woods in Chinese characters. The art of carving on the horizontal and vermilion lacquered wood panel creates an unique artistic value for Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda.4. Culture
Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda is the place of worshiping goddesses such as Thien Hau Thanh Mau and Kim Hue Thanh Mau. According to the locals, Thien Hau Thanh Mau was honored by the Chinese imperial as a sacred goddess that helped the good people and the fisherman. Kim Hue Thanh Mau was the goddess that blessed the couples to give birth to and raise children. Therefore, Tam Son Hoi Quan has long been famous as a holy pagoda attracting many barren and childless families.III. What to See and Do in Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda?
Source: chychy1. Admiring the architecture of the pagoda
The red color of the pagoda is quite exclusive that makes the construction outstanding among other buildings. Each step in Tam Son Hoi Quan will give you a full feeling of a religious place, with the quiet and peaceful atmosphere, the smell of incense and the image of the moving mass of pilgrims. Every hall, every shrine and every altar emanates a sacred appearance, where humans have a connection with their goddess.2. Wandering around to visit the nearby attractions
There are many other pagodas, temples and churches and mosques near Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda that you should pay a visit such as Ong Bon Pagoda, Phuoc An Hoi Quan Pagoda, Ha Chuong Pagoda, Quan Am Pagoda, Hai Nam Goddess Pagoda, Ong Pagoda, Cho Quang Church and Cholon Mosque. Each one has its own traits that distinguishes itself from the others, so they are all worth your visit.3. Enjoying local foods
The Chinese streets in District 5 are not strange to those who love Asian foods, especially Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine. Going deep inside a local market, stopping at a food stall and enjoying a bowl of noodles or a meat dumpling will give you more energy to continue your discovery journey.IV. How to Get to Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda?
Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda is about 7 kilometers from Ho Chi Minh City center. To reach this pagoda, you can choose to go by taxi, by bus or by motorbike.
If you go by bus, the buses number 01, 05, 08, 10, 56 and 150 stop near the pagoda and you will need to walk in about 6 minute to get to Tam Son Hoi Quan in about 40 minutes.
If you go by motorbike, from Ho Chi Minh City center, you follow Vo Van Kiet Boulevard to the southeast direction, then turn right to Hai Thuong Lan Ong Street and continue to turn right to Trieu Quang Phuc Street. You will reach Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda in 20 minutes if you choose to go by motorbike.
And if you want to go by taxi, this kind of transportation is quite convenient in Ho Chi Minh City. From your hotel, you can catch a taxi and ask the driver to take you to Tam Son Hoi Quan as well as other places of interest. It takes you about 17 minutes to go by taxi.V. Extra Tips
You should dress politely when coming to the worshiping places in general and Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda in particular.
Remember to keep silent, especially when the rituals are taking place in the pagoda.
There is no parking place inside the pagoda, so if you go by motorbike, you should park your vehicle outside.
Keep the environment clean; do not discharge garbage and arbitrarily pick flowers on the ground of the pagoda.
Don’t forget to pray for health, happiness and safety for yourself and your family.
Đăng bởi: Hiền Hoàng
Từ khoá: Tam Son Hoi Quan Pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City
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