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Phap Lam Pagoda

574 D Ong Ich Khiem, Da Nang, Vietnam
+84 511 3823 870
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"Because it's nearby"

Located in downtown Danang and less than 0.5km from our hotel so we cannot miss out on this. Walked... read more

Reviewed 16 May 2017
Sungai Buloh, Selangor, Malaysia
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When in đa nang please come here too!

I visit it only once! I wishto have visit it once more again! But i did not in 35 days! If you have... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2017
takaratsuka city hyogo japan
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574 D Ong Ich Khiem, Da Nang, Vietnam
+84 511 3823 870
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Reviewed 16 May 2017 via mobile

Located in downtown Danang and less than 0.5km from our hotel so we cannot miss out on this. Walked there and was not disappointed... not a big Temple but very well built sculptures/statues of Buddha's and various dieties. Once inside the Temple grounds you are...More

Thank ABossMTan
Reviewed 25 March 2017

I visit it only once! I wishto have visit it once more again! But i did not in 35 days! If you have a rent bike it will more wonderful !

Thank F4023NZalbertos
Reviewed 22 March 2017

but still worth a look if you're in the area. It's an interesting part of the city, very local, plus the Con Market and Big C shopping center are within walking distance.

Thank GrikAsianNomad
Reviewed 20 March 2017

Located at the fringe of town, this is a large temple complex. There are beautiful statutes of Buddha and Guanyim. It is an operational temple and cater to the local community..

Thank tengkin
Reviewed 1 March 2017

This small temple is located about a 1km walk from the Danang cathedral. There's not a huge amount to see but it's relatively quiet and peaceful inside, without the usual hordes of tourist traffic. A quick visit will probably suffice.

Thank KGB777
Reviewed 6 January 2017

Phap Lam Pagoda is on a main road but the moment you set foot inside the gates the outside world fades away. The huge statues of the laughing buddha and Guanyin outside are a little crass but the inside of the temple is beautiful. Services...More

Thank Aussieeod
Reviewed 1 January 2017 via mobile

Highly recommend it. So peaceful, clean, sirene. Great for meditation or just looking around. Would visit again.

Thank Justinas_x
Reviewed 16 December 2016

Phap Lam Pagoda is a two-storey temple in Da Nang City Centre, featuring towering trees, manicured gardens, and intricate Buddhist sculptures. Formerly known as Tinh Hoi Pagoda (until renamed as Phap Lam Pagoda), it was built in 1934 along Ong Ich Khiem Street, where Con...More

Thank huonglam155
Reviewed 2 December 2016

I toured all the temples and pagoda's in the Marble Mountains and found this shrine the most enlightening. I had lost my father on this week two years earlier and I lit an incense to Budda and I swear that statue smiled at me when...More

1  Thank Justin W
Reviewed 21 April 2016

it is located off the main road. there are a smaller temples nearby. there is buddha sitting right infront of the temple. Behind is the Pagoda. it is old and well maintained. you get the smell of insents inside the temple ground. worth the visit.

Thank jeff1955malaysia
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