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What travelers say:"It’s very crowded at this church. Was here on a Sunday morning but was informed they are close to public. Visitor can only visit from Monday till Saturday only. It’s a very pretty church and it’s in pink colour😍"
What travelers say:"There are many finely carved statues of Buddha, Bodhisattva and carving decorations in the temple. The courtyard outside the temple has several large Buddha statues of Maitreya, Reclining Buddha and Guanyin Bodhisattva. It is said that there are hundreds of years of high monks in the temple 🙏🏻.
There are a lot of bougainvillea planted in the temple. When I went there, it was in the flowering period. Sitting on a chair under the blooming bougainvillea, the portraits I took were very satisfied 😌."
What travelers say:"This temple is also a place that looks very beautiful and incorporates a lot of features. The Gaotai Temple is also a good place to visit, with many different things and contents. This temple is also a huge space."
What travelers say:"The Relic Temple is the origin of Ho Chi Minh Buddhism. Although it is not large in size, the incense is very strong. The old trees in it are very good, the flowers are very beautiful, and the petals are all large. I have never seen it."
What travelers say:"I went to this temple when the moon was full in August, so here are some of my visit experiences here. The temple is quite dark and many places have changed, but you can take pictures. On the fifth day, you can make a trip to visit here and go to the Chinatown market because they are in the same direction."
What travelers say:"When you plan to visit this place, be sure to confirm the date and time with the locals. It is closed twice a week, and the time you can visit is limited. Please dress appropriately and avoid shorts and sleeveless clothing, which is safer. Large bags, etc. are not allowed to be carried, and the mobile phone must be turned off, and no photos can be taken inside. This mausoleum is located on a vast land, surrounded by many scenic spots, like a pagoda. When we approached the mausoleum, we got goose bumps and we were very disappointed because they did not allow any tourists to approach for some reason. The worst part is that this is our last day in Hanoi, so we missed meeting the president, but we are happy to at least reach the door. An English-speaking and knowledgeable tour guide can help tourists quickly explore this vast land. This is a must visit place!"
What travelers say:"Giac Lam Pagoda (Giac Lam Pagoda) Giac Lam Pagoda can be called the representative of the ancient temples in the south, and it preserves a lot of precious materials about religious history, culture, architectural art, and sculpture art. The temple is built on the open hills with jackfruit wood and "tip" wood commonly found in the south, and is hidden in the bushes. The terrain is harmonious and the three-dimensional layout conforms to the nature of the southerners. The Erguan Gate stands in front of the courtyard, leading directly to the main hall. The door is decorated with unique western patterns, combined with Indian-style square pillars, kneeling door feet, lions, lotus flowers, bodhi leaves, etc., and Khmer-style "Naga" snake heads. The highest disposal of porcelain vases from Beihe, showing the characteristics of the Vietnamese nationality. ""
What travelers say:"This church is located in the Chinese community in Di'an. The first time I saw it, I felt a little amazing, because the buildings in the Chinese community are relatively dilapidated, but this church is very beautiful, and the appearance even feels better. That cathedral is even more gorgeous."
What travelers say:"Like most temples in Ho Chi Minh, Yinguang Temple has a relatively modern architecture and lacks many historical traces. However, due to the Vietnam War, the monks of Yinguang Temple have many connections with national unity."