It is a nice place to explore the Vietnamese culture .as Vietnam traditional ,make sure you wear politely clothes when visiting the temple.
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If you’ve never seen temples or giant Buddhas, I guess you can visit. But In my opinion, it’s really not worth the time. I wasted 3 hours lost walking around seeing the same stuff over and over and we got stuck because of the rain....More
This site is not 'ancient' but it is still interesting. It houses a giant bell and two record long avenues of Buddha statues (1km each way). The tall tower is worth the 50,000 dong ticket fee and, thankfully, there is a lift to take you...More
This is a unique pagoda one of the best pagoda i ever seen. It is a huge place so you need full day to see all site. All of status inside with special stories and meaningful. Imagine they have 500 Buddha feeling statues. It is...More
We spent almost three hours here wandering around the sight. It is a lovely place just to walk around but the size of the complex is awe-inspiring too. The sheer quantity of buddha statues, both gold and stone, is very impressive. The tall stupa is...More
The pagodas and the statues are amazing! Few things to note for future travelers:- 1) Might not be very suitable for elders who have difficulties in walking as visitors would need to walk quite a distance to get to the pagoda 2) If you're going...More
Visited the main sights like the bell tower and the main temple with a tour operator from Hanoi. Most of the structures in the complex are fairly new, but the intricacy and workmanship of the details are outstanding!
We visited this pagoda because we accidentally saw the high pagoda tower from a distance. And glad that we decided to have a visit.