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This is a nice pagoda that you should visit. It looks so beautiful with design and structure. Additionally it is on the way from Ho Chi Minh to Mekong so you can make a stop here. It is worth visiting overall
Vin Trang Chua is a Buddhist temple near My Tho in the Mekong Delta region of southern Vietnam. It is one of the best-known temples in the region. The temple stands on a two hectares block filled with fruit trees in the village of My...More
Vinh Trang Temple is a really nice place to visit. The 3 large Buddha statues are a sight to see.
The gardens are beautiful and relaxing. It was raining the day we visited which just made it a little more surreal.
The temple is very...More
It is a bit outside the town, beautifully made, with a massive laughing Buddha out in the front. The exterior is is beautiful in pastel Shades and if you visit on a summer day - the blue sky contrasts magnificently with the temple itself.
On arrival the first things one sees are a very large standing Buddja and an equjally large sitting Buddha.
The former is set in a small triangle of land with the back towards the latter. In front of the standing Buddha is a large Porcelain...More
Its located pretty much outside the busy city life. So it's perfect place to start your day or tour with. You could see the various incarnations of Buddha such as Laughing Buddha, Sleeping Buddha and Standing Buddha. Enjoy a serene experience!!!
Dominated by the huge Buddha this temple is very clean and well kept and very quiet. The architecture was very stylish and the gardens well tended. The temple was very seren. No sleeveless shirts or above the knee clothing inside.
We visited the Vinh Trang Temple on our return trip from the Mekong Delta. What a wonderful place; I could instantly feel the calm and peace.
There are three enormous Buddhas outside - the standing buddha, the sitting buddha and the laying / sleeping buddha,...More