Last update: 11:57 | 17/02/2017
Phu An bamboo village, Hoi Khanh pagoda, and Tay Tang pagoda, just to name a few, are attractive tourist destinations in Binh Duong province.
A piggy bank making village in Binh Duong
Located in Ben Cat District, Binh Duong Province, Phu An Ecological Bamboo Museum and Botanical Reserve, also known as the Phu An Bamboo Village, is one of the biggest bamboo museums in Southeast Asia. This multipurpose centre promotes scientific research and ecosystem conservation while promoting environmental awareness and the value of ecotourism in the local community.
Covering 70 hectares, New City Park is an ideal holiday retreat for visitors with beautiful landscapes, romantic lakes and springs, and entertainment area for kids.
Hoi Khanh Pagoda is an historic Buddhist temple built in Binh Duong in 1741. In 2013, the pagoda received a certificate recognising the statue of Buddha entering Nirvana on the roof as the longest example in Asia. The record was recognised by the India-based Asia Book of Records.
Phu Cuong Cathedral is located at 104 Lac Long Quan Street, Phu Cuong Ward, Thu Dau Mot City. The church was built in Gothic style.
30 km from Ho Chi Minh City, Tay Tang pagoda has a unique architectural style of the Tibet.
Dai Nam tourism complex in southern Binh Duong province is seen as an ideal tourist destination, thanks to its amazing architecture and good entertainment services.
Thuy Chau tourist site.
Wind and Water Cafe is located at 6/28T Zone 3, PhuTho, Thu Dau Mot City. It has won many international design awards.