Great for artistic photos, reflection and learning a bit of history. Hard to get great shots when alot of tourists are around though.
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For one that is not really interested in visiting Temples. I've seen enough in my lifetime, however I was very pleased, probably because the tour guide spoke good english and gave us good information about the place
Thien Hau pagoda is one of the most famous pagoda in China town. In chinese Culture, They worship a wonman called Mazu that protects them during the journey from China to VietNam From 17th century. With almost material was imported from China and mantained for...More
We went here by accident, while wandering around in Cho Lon. A very nice building indeed, but we tripped over at least three different tours with a bunch of tourists in tow. It seems as if this temple is not used for prayer but primarily...More
Well maintained temple. Visited here as part of a tour stop. Being Asian, i've been to many temples so this one didnt particularly strike any interest. However, you can write your wishes and have it hung on a coil, not sure what the price is...More
Just walking in gave a sense of peace and wonderment with the beautiful, detailed carvings and statues, with the added bonus of incense. We bought 4 cones for the family, which will, apparently, burn for a month. A must see in Saigon.
Although this place is very popular with tourists, it's a calm oasis in the ever busy Ho Chi Minh city. Don't forget to get your own smoking spiral with your wish and hang it under the ceiling!
nice place to pray...many tourists are going there to pray...interesting to see at least once...love the Buddhism rituals