But it's worth seeing if you come here. This is a very interesting part of the city, very localized, and the Con Market and Big C shopping centers are within walking distance. This small temple is located about a kilometer walk from the Da Nang Cathedral. It does not look very large, but it is relatively quiet and peaceful. There are not many tourists and can be visited quickly. But the outside world disappeared the moment you stepped into the gate. The huge Laughing Buddha statue and Guanyin outside are a bit bulky but the temple is very beautiful inside. Weekend services are held here and everyone is welcome. When you look at the front of the temple, on your right is a huge Bodhi tree, obviously over a hundred years old. -I was told that this temple is 150 years old. Some bonzied trees outside the temple obviously look so old. Walking behind the main Buddha image inside, you will find two shrines, in memory of all the people who died in the battle in 1975, and there are photos of the victims-very impactful and moving memorial.
The most famous here is the statue of Hell Hades, named Dia Tang, not far from the entrance. There is also a huge Buddha statue and a golden statue inside the temple are also worth seeing. There are many food stalls outside the temple at night, which is quite lively.
Phap Lam Temple is a small famous temple and shrine in Da Nang. There is a huge Buddha statue and a golden statue inside the temple worth seeing. It is good to stroll around when people are young. It is peaceful. If you go with a group, movement and time are limited. , It is recommended to go free. But it's worth seeing if you come here. This is a very interesting part of the city, very localized, and the Con Market and Big C shopping centers are within walking distance.
The relatively local temple is a small attraction. It’s nothing. It’s a bit away from the city. There are a lot of towering trees. It’s well maintained inside. Occasionally, when people pass by, there are chanting sounds inside. If you don't dare to disturb, you can only stroll around casually.
To emphasize, we must abide by the rules of the temple. There are two gates, male right and female left. So is the hall! Many people came in in a daze, and were accused by the temple staff, and they couldn't understand the language. Take off your shoes when entering the house. The "Sky Eye" was shocking. The plaque hanging on the top gathered the major religious leaders. Pay attention!
Phap Lam Pagoda is a two-storey temple in Da Nang City Centre. It has towering trees, manicured gardens, and intricate Buddhist sculptures. Formerly known as Tinh Hoi Pagoda.Con Market is just a five-minute stroll away.
Colorful temple featuring characteristic craftsmanship & a large, golden sitting Buddha statue.