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Linh Phuoc Pagoda

At the end of Trai Mat St., Da Lat 61000, Vietnam
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With terrific views from the third floor and a ten-foot high dragon in the side garden, this modern pagoda is a favorite.
  • Excellent72%
  • Very good21%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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At the end of Trai Mat St., Da Lat 61000, Vietnam

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Reviewed yesterday

My partner and I had seen many many temples/pagodas over the past few months of our travels however we said we would go and visit this one as we had heard good things. On arrival we were mesmerized by the architecture and detail on the...More

Thank Lori2511
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This place is part religious and part Disney. The shrines are fantastic with heavily carved moldings, plaster work, Gold "leaf", etc. it was so extensive that I couldn't possibly photograph it. There are Buddhist Monks around, people praying and lighting incense. Then you get to...More

Thank AlanBachrach
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The whole buildings here are built with scrap ceramic pieces attached to the walls instead of ceramics or painted. It's drawn attention from the beginning when its firstly built. You could expect big crowd in the full moon days every month here.

Thank Tony L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This was my favourite pagoda to visit during my travels around Vietnam. Take a taxi out here, and grave the hustle and bustle of the crowds to wander through. The pagoda is quite large and situated across two major sites. Lots of stairs so not...More

Thank Alannah T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I haven't the slightest idea why did they decide to make a parking for big buses just in front of the temple. It should be peaceful and silent place. I was not able to spend there more than 10 min.

Thank Stańczyk W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

First visited the Dragon Pagoda by train from Da lat with a local family who came to worship during Tet. The train ride through the countryside was a highlight by itself. The Whole area of the Pagoda, with the floral statue and the bell was...More

Thank oldaussieiady
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Some very good examples of pagodas and other buildings. Easy to explore and well maintained. Well worth a visit

1  Thank Rob l
Reviewed 19 July 2017

We visited this Pagoda as a stop on our "countryside" tour that we booked with our Hostel (Backpackers Paradise). They only gave us about 30 minutes to explore this area which was a little short as there was lots to see and it felt wrong...More

Thank TheTravelBugBite
Reviewed 18 July 2017

Worth the visit!! It is just a train ride away, about 20 minutes ride to the station and 5 minutes walk to this pagoda. Plus, its one of the oldest train still operating, pretty cool. The pagoda is full of statues and picturesque buildings. It...More

Thank Pikathu
Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

Great colours, decoration, amazing buddhas and open to everybody. Went there by bike from da lat and perfect!

Thank Jaime L
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Christina L
13 November 2016|
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Response from Winson D | Reviewed this property |
You have to dress appropriate, you could wear a dress that is way past your knee, cover your legs at least, no shorts, maybe wear a a zip up sweater, since it might be could