7 Must-Visit Hindu Temples: Uncovering Vietnam's Spiritual Tapestry

This vibrant temple is dedicated to Mariamman, the Hindu goddess of rain and prosperity. Built in the 19th century by Tamil traders, it features intricate Dravidian architecture and colorful gopurams (gateway towers).

Mariamman Hindu Temple, Ho Chi Minh City:

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a complex of ancient Cham temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. Dating back to the 4th century, the ruins offer a glimpse into Vietnam's Hindu past.

My Son Sanctuary, Hoi An:

This temple is dedicated to Lord Murugan, the Hindu god of war and victory. It's known for its colorful facade and lively atmosphere, especially during festivals like Thaipusam.

Subramaniam Temple, Ho Chi Minh City:

Located on a hill overlooking Nha Trang Bay, these towers were built by the Cham people between the 7th and 12th centuries. Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Po Nagar, they offer stunning views and a unique cultural experience.

Po Nagar Cham Towers, Nha Trang:

This temple is dedicated to Lord Karthikeya, the Hindu god of war and knowledge. It's known for its beautiful architecture and peaceful atmosphere, making it a popular spot for meditation and prayer.

Shri Thenday Yuttha Pani Temple, Ho Chi Minh City:

This 10th-century Cham tower is one of the few remaining Hindu structures in Ninh Binh province. Dedicated to Shiva, it offers a unique glimpse into the region's ancient Hindu heritage

Nhan Tower, Ninh Bình:

Located in the Mekong Delta, this temple is dedicated to Po Klong Garai, a Cham king who ruled in the 13th century. It's known for its distinctive architecture and colorful murals, depicting scenes from Hindu mythology..

Po Klong Garai Temple, Tháp Mười: