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Ten Most Scared Pagodas In Vietnam (Part 1)

“Ring out the old year and ring in the new year” with many activities welcoming the New Year, many tourists choose for themselves and their family a pilgrimage to the Buddha land in the spring to wish peace, health and luck fortune for New Year. In the next year, travel throughout Vietnam to find the 10 most sacred temple pagodas that make the ideal stop for the coming Tet holiday!

Ten Most Scared Pagodas In Vietnam (Part 1)

Grave Tran Quoc Pagoda in the capital

Starting from the capital of the thousand years of culture, on the spring days, visiting the pagoda temple and praying for peace and fortune, we must refer to the most ancient pagoda located in the south of West Lake, Ba Dinh district, named Tran Quoc Pagoda. The pagoda was built from the reign of King Ly Nam De and almost remained intact its architecture. Famous in the capital, Tran Quoc Pagoda was frequented by the ancient kings on the feast days.

The temple is located at the end of Thanh Nien Street. The prominent building of the shrine is the 11-storey lotus tower, which is 5 meters high. To the right of Tran Quoc Pagoda is the rooms for worship, while the left is the ancestral tablet of some kings. The pagoda was chosen by the Hanoian people as well as visitors on Hanoi City Tour as a place for spring walk and for praying on early spring holidays, for health and fortune in the new year because of the sacredness as well as the ancient landscape of the pagodas. Entrance to the pagoda is the palms and areca tree rows and year-round green landscape.

Bai Dinh Pagoda – the largest pagoda in Southeast Asia

Considered as one of the temple complexes associated with most records in Vietnam as well as in Southeast Asia, Bai Dinh Pagoda in Ninh Binh is a holiday destination for many of the visitors. Speaking to the Bai Dinh is also referring to “the sacred land with extraordinary people” with the well-known Trang An heritage site and famous Tam Coc – Bich Dong. This spring, pilgrimaging Bai Dinh pagoda combining with visiting the charming scene promises to be a good suggestion full of fun.

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It can be said that the complex of Bai Dinh pagoda is a convergence of the spiritual nature of mountains and rivers, the sacred land of the nation. Therefore, the wish for peace, health, and fortune at the temple will help tourists on Hoa Lu Tam Coc 1 Day Tour have a lucky in the new year. The temple also owns the largest Buddha gilded bronze statue in Southeast Asia, the largest bronze bell in Vietnam and is also the largest temple complex in Vietnam.

Ancient Quang Trieu Pagoda

Quang Trieu Pagoda, also known as Quang Trieu Assembly Hall, is located in the ancient town of Hoi An. The temple originated from the ancient Chinese people of Guangdong built in late 1885. With ancient architecture blending the culture of Guangdong and the familiar with the tree of the Vietnamese, Quang Trieu Assembly Hall is the place worth to visit of many visitors on Hoi An Eco Tour in the new year as well as annual festivals.

Wish for peace in Linh Ung Pagoda

Not too far from Hoi An ancient town, only 27km, Da Nang city is also famous as a sacred land with famous temples with the beautiful terrain. One of them is the Linh Ung Pagoda, located at Bai But in Son Tra Peninsula, Da Nang.

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The highlight of the visit to Linh Ung Pagoda is the statue of Buddha Bodhisattva highest in Vietnam with the height of 67m. Standing at the height and look out this spectacular view of the sea and Ngu Hanh Son Mountain, visitors can admire a peaceful Da Nang that is no less seductive. This is not only a destination for praying the good luck of the year, but also a travel location should not miss in the next Lunar New Year.

Visit the mountainous street with Sac Tu Khai Doan Temple

Coming to the South, stopping in the Buon Ma Thuot land full of sun and wind, visitors do not forget to visit the sacred Sac Tu Khai Doan Temple. Located on Phan Boi Chau Street, the Sac Tu Khai Doan Temple is the popular place for many local Buddhist pilgrims in the occasion of every festival or annual Buddhist festival. Inside the pagoda is divided into three sub-areas, in the U-shape, to facilitate the visit as well as the pilgrimages.

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