Hùng Kings Temple in Saigon Zoo and Botanical Garden (District 1), built in 1926, is one of many iconic old architectural constructions in Saigon. It originally served as commemoration for deceased Vietnamese soldiers in French troops during World War I. After 1954, it was renamed Hùng Kings the Nation Founders Temple.
The temple is open to visitors (free of charge) from Tuesday to Sunday. On Hùng Kings Commemoration Day (March 10, lunar month), thurification ceremony is held here to show gratitude for Hùng Kings, the founders of the country.
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