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Beautiful Temple and Buddism Institute, free to enter. Do not forget to wear pants and or cover your arms... I wasn’t able to enter the pagoda as I was wear a dress and only brought one shawl, however we did take wonderful pictures around the...More
The vast, very nice, clean and peaceful Pagoda. Just when I go to visit, here still in contruction working. But I'm sure in future when the perfectly of this contruction to be completed shall have a lots of visitors and buddhists come to here.
Hey this is the largest Pagoda in HCMC. Its very new and certainly has no history to it. Only has been built in the past three years. Its very popular with locals on special occasions. Its still not finished and lots of building still going...More
I visited this Pagoda with my family. It is a very nice place, quite and calm. Many people come here to pray and to visit the big Budda's statue.
The Pagoda is composed of many beautiful buildings some still under completion by the Buddhist monks....More
As mentioned by previous writers, this temple is still being built. It is attractive and spacious ( if you don't look at the currently half built sections at the back. The monks are friendly as I don't think they get many tourists here. There is...More
Minh Dang Quang is the most Impressive pagoda at HCMC.
The place is "growing up" and therefor there are new additional structures still under construction. Regardless there is enough to see.
Definitely go there
- No entrance fee
- About 30-60 minutes visit
The_Pale_Ridha, Thank you for an informative bit of history on Phap Vien Minh Dang Quang. The temple is still under construction. I happened across the temple and your history was all I could find. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
This huge construction project on Saigon’s outskirts is no Soviet-era nuclear power plant, it is a holy Buddhist temple. Named after an influential Vietnamese monk, the Phap Vien Minh Dang Quang Pagoda will be one of the largest & flashiest around, it’s a long way...More