Nguyen Trung Truc Communal House: ( 18 Nguyen Cong Tru, Vinh Thanh Quarter )
Nguyen Trung Truc, the leader in the anti – French resistance movement in Tan An executed in 1868 was worshipped here. There are ancestral tablets and portraiture of Nguyen Trung Truc and some of his his generals in the sanctuary, and a secular banyan in the yard. Each year, on the anniversary of his death, hundreds to thousands of attend the festival and pray for Nguyen Trung Truc.
Quan Thanh De pagoda ( Hung Vuong Road, Vinh Thanh Van ward )
It was build in 1752. Some Chinese emigrated there to settle and built a temple to worship Tien Hien ( sage of forme time ) on the foundation of Gia Da ancient pagoda so it used to be called Vinh Lac pagoda or Vinh Lac temple by the local people. In 1927, Vinh Lac temple was repaired and dedicated to Quan Van Truong ( Quan Thanh De ). It is recognized to be the national art – architecture relic thanks to its architecture with fine and sophisticated designs.
Lang Cat Pagoda – Ratanarangsi( Ratanarangsi means “the halo of the gem” )
It is the national art – architecture relic. At the beginning of the fifteenth century, Vinh Lac was near the sea, remote with only some of the ethnic Khmer lived here and bushy vegetation and lurking wild beasts. Most Venerable Rich – Thi – Chi came here to preach religion, called upon Khmer buddhist believers to build the pagoda for spirit activities. It is characterized by Khmer pagoda’s architecture with many sophisticated designs.
The Cathedral (Nguyen Trung Truc road, Vinh Thanh ward)
An architectural work built of red bricks in 1918 and rebuilt in 1972. Sacrament is held from 10 a.m to moon on Sundays at the cathedral.
The sea-elapsed urban district
It is projected on 420,000 hectare land area. This is Kiên Giang’s new residential district and administrative center. The residential district includes modern buildings and luxurious villas. Tourists can enjoy the sunset down the west sea at romantic restaurants and coffee bars.
Kien Giang Museum (Nguyen Van Troi road , Vinh Thanh Vân ward)
The most ancient and beautiful house remained in Rach Giá city is used as the showroom of Kien Giang museum. The “traditional oriental archirtecture lay-out” is unique and beautiful. The outside looks like a French villa while the inside is designed as in traditional Vietnamese house. The complicated and sophisticated designs, precious wooden furniture encrusted with mother of pearl make the house more splendid.
The Great Buddha Pagoda (Quang Trung road, Vinh Quang ward)
Only is Sakyamuni Buddha wroshipped here. There is an over hundred-year old Uu Ðàm tree originated from Srilanka in the yard. The prayer meeting is taken place every day from 4 a.m to 6 a.m and from 5 p.m to 7 p.m.