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It is a clean and nice looking temple, however it is not impressive; very normal and common throughout SEA.
We are of the view that it is a place one can go if you run out of place to visit in HCMC.
It is out...More
Stayed at the nearby le duy grand hotel and walked a couple of blocks on our first day in this bustling city. Motor bikes everywhere and noise and heat all around.
On the corner glimpsed the gates and tall pagoda with a few people preparing...More
Not especially impressive, but still nice and big considering it's inside the city centre. A very nice lady borrowed us her typical vests for the cerimony so we could go in just about when the religious service was about to begin.
We walked here, comfortable walking distance from centre of Ho Chi Minh City but not worth the effort at present. There are major renovations in progress and the place looks like it desperately needs it. Look forward to seeing the temple on our next visit...More
This is a short trek from the central area but easy enough to reach on foot. The effort isn't really worth it though as there's not too much to see in this small, run down pagoda. Needs some proper paint and attention.
The temple has a few sections, including the pagoda, and some outdoor areas. The upper floors of the pagoda is accessible after a voluntary donation. You have to take your shoes off to enter, but it is quite dirty upstairs. It is about 4 floors...More
The temple is a nice and well preserved relic of hcm.. but it seems to be a bit forgotten . There was a man here the day I visited who was just gazing as people walked in ..not sure if he was the caretaker ....More