The Tran dynasty temple worships the ancestors of the Tran dynasty and the Tran kings.

It is one of the most important relic sites found in the complex of the Tran Dynasty Special National Monument in Dong Trieu town.

The temple was recognised as a national historical monument in 1962, as well as a special national monument in 2013.

The Thai Mieu temple festival of the Tran Dynasty was later restored in 2019. Since then, it has been held annually from the 18th to 20th days of the first lunar month.

The opening ceremony involves a ritual to pray for national peace and prosperity, as well as an incense offering ceremony.

The festival is kicked off by the beating of a drum.

The festival is scheduled to last until February 29, or the 20th day of the first lunar month.

The event also features a range of traditional cultural activities and folk games.