Chua Phuoc Hai in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, is famous for its small area of Chua Ngoc Hoang, but the incense is very popular. Vietnamese people go to burn incense and pray for blessings. No one takes pictures in the Yuhuang Hall, so they only take a few pictures outside.
Yuhuang Temple has a large incense burner and turtle release pond. There are some good shady places in the yard. There are separate places of worship in the yard. But this is not a big space. There are some beautiful wood carvings depicting eighteen levels of hell. You can take a turtle and put it symbolically in the pond.
The Jade Emperor Temple is more than one kilometer away from the Museum of History. It is not afraid to walk by. The temple is small and hidden in an alley. In addition to the Jade Emperor, there are also grandpa, the God of wealth, and the father of the land. The incense is very strong.
It looks more like a small temple than a real pagoda. It's very, crowded, a little shabby. As a faithful fan of Buddhist temples and pagodas, I am looking forward to visiting here, but I am very disappointed and want to leave. Maybe it's because I've experienced other fascinating temples and pagodas in China before, or the reality here makes me feel ordinary.
On the whole, it's still very good. We're also very happy to be here. I like the scenery very much. It's really very good.
It is also a totem of religious beliefs, without the strong incense in China.