Also known by a more popular name, the God's pagoda, this calm and dignified looking temple is the place worshipping the mighty Subrahmanya, son of Shiva the god of destruction. One of its unique religious featues is the altar of linga and yoni being protected by Naga the god snake, which represents the beliefs in yin - yang, destruction and reincarnation of everything.


Many people come here to pray, especially for their love and family. On festive occasions, you can join the sacred and mysterious atmosphere, participate in procession ceremony dedicated to Subrahmanya or enjoy Indian specialties.
The building materials and decorative items also have their own cultural values as they were imported from India and handmade by Tamil artists.


- In the middle of May and October, there usually are 2 banana trees with bunches in front of the temple, signaling the upcoming two-day ceremony.

  • [EDIT] - Subramaniam Swamy Hindu Temple

    98 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street, Ben Thanh Ward, District 1 Bến Thành, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City