1. Complex of Hue Monuments is a world cultural heritage; 2. Although the temple has a history of 400 years, there are almost no real ancient buildings left behind, most of which have been renovated and rebuilt many times in modern times; 3. Although it is a little smaller than Chinese temples, it does not prevent her from being in the minds of the Vietnamese people. Lofty status; 4. The location is about 8 kilometers away from the downtown area, free of charge.
The scenery at the entrance is first-class, and the river and mountains are full of beautiful boats. The temple is small but popular. Catching up with the evening classes, listening to the Buddhist scriptures of monks and monks, the Sanskrit voice was calm, and a ray of incense was also a bit empty. It's interesting. It's worth catching up with the 40 degree sun!
Personally, I think it's worthwhile to go with a one-day tour to three mausoleums, Tianmu Temple and 130,000 buffet lunches. It's worth a lot.
Tianmu Temple is not in the main urban area of Shunhua. It is about 56 kilometers away from the main urban area. It can rent a motorcycle or take a taxi. It is very convenient. This temple covers a large area. Apart from a temple built 400 years ago, there is also a pagoda that has gone through vicissitudes of life. The River in front of the temple gate is also very beautiful. It is also a good choice to take a pleasure boat.
Must charter to Shunhua! Bus rush is not a good way to savor the quietness of Shunhua. In the new coffee travel agency chartered cars, four people and seven seats of China-Brazil about 500 yuan a day. The driver is simple. It will pass through the beautiful Haiyun Pass and Linggu Bay.
The sign of the temple, the relic pagoda and Buddhism were introduced into China, and the temple was quite large.
Tianmu Temple is ten minutes away from the downtown of Shunhua by bicycle and crosses the river. If you are lucky, you can see how they pray and ritual, which should be one of the largest Buddhist pagodas in Vietnam. At sunset, we saw some people praying and doing rituals in the river.