It’s very nice, it takes a walk from the main attractions to get here, but it’s definitely worth the time and effort to come here. It's really nice here, there are many believers here, but it is also very suitable for tourists to come and see. There are some old rooms here, and there is also a staircase that leads to the upper-level temple, where you can also see the beautiful view of the main garden. This is one of the interesting temples I visited in Vietnam. The Jade Emperor Pagoda is considered one of the most popular attractions in Ho Chi Minh City. Although it is worth a visit, I found this temple a bit disappointing and overrated. Other Asian cities have better temples that are worth visiting. However, if the Jade Emperor Temple is on your tourist route, it is also an interesting and beautiful temple that can be visited, especially the interior of the temple is worth seeing. You will definitely want to take a few photos of the exterior and interior of the temple.
The Jade Emperor Temple has a very rich cultural and artistic storage, and its architectural style incorporates the main features of palace architecture;
Chua Phuoc Hai in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
It is famous for Chua Ngoc Hoang, which covers a small area, but the incense is flourishing. Basically, Vietnamese people go to burn incense to pray for blessings. No one took pictures at the Jade Emperor Hall, so I only took a few pictures outside.
It is dedicated to the Jade Emperor, which is rarely seen in other places. It is not too far from the museum. It is a 20-minute walk. There are many mottos at the door and many people inside. It was established by Chinese.
Fuhai Temple, the Jade Emperor Hall is the main building in the temple. The temple is not big and is located in the alley, which is not easy to find. There is a freeing pond in front of the Jade Emperor Hall, where many turtles are stocked.
The Jade Emperor Pagoda, one of the most important and famous holy sites in Ho Chi Minh City, was built by Guangdong Chinese in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The existence of the turtle sanctuary in the pagoda is remarkable. The sea turtle in Chinese culture represents longevity and strength, while Vietnam represents auspiciousness and wealth. The central focus of the pagoda is the Jade Emperor.