Vinh Hung Ancient tower is located in Vinh Hung A commune, Vinh Loi
district, Bac Lieu province. The tower is the only ancient architecture
vestige in Mekong Delta, originated from Angkor period of Khmer people,
which is still preserved till nowadays. According to the
National highway No.1A from Bac Lieu towards Ca Mau, after driving 5
kilometers you will reach Sap bridge; then turning towards the direction
of Vinh Hung market, you will reach Vinh Hung tower.
Xiem Can Pagoda is situated 7 kilometers to the south of Bac Lieu town.
This is not only the most beautiful, but also the largest pagoda in the
region. The pagoda was constructed in 19th century with a very special
architecture style. Tourists can see the similarities between
the architecture of Xiem Can pagoda and those of Cambodia’s. The pagoda
is designed with Angkor architecture and featured by unique patterns on
domes, walls, pillars, and staircases
Minh Pagoda is located at Ward 3, Bac Lieu town, Bac Lieu province. The
pagoda was established by a group of people called Minh Huong led by
Tran Thiet Thuan, the headman of Vinh Huong village. The construction
started from 1890 and completed in 1923. The pagoda features the Chinese palatial architecture style of the pre-Minh dynasty.
Tien Chau Pagoda is situated in An Binh River Island of An Binh Commune, Long Ho District, Vinh Long Province. At
first it was called Di Da Tu. At the end of the 19th century, Di Da
Temple was severely damaged and restored in the year of pig (1889). This
name Tien Chau Tu (Tien Chau Temple) was officially accepted then. The
present Tien Chau Temple is of the same size as that of 1899.