Passing by accidentally, it turned out to be what everyone said was Meifu Temple. It may be too early and no one. The building under the scorching sun was golden, but the sky was dusty, and roads were being built on both sides, and there were still cars covered with hoods parked in the temple. So I think it’s just a matter of passing by and I won’t take pictures for everyone. The front entrance is just like the picture on the Internet.
My Phuoc Temple... is located in the downtown area of Da Nang, surrounded by seafood stalls, a must-go place for seafood. The main body is a yellow building, which is very eye-catching, and you will see it at a glance when you pass by. You don't need tickets, you can come in and out at will. We passed by here after a meal, and we went in and took a look. It was really good. There are some old buildings in it, and there are nuns who live here and the incense is still there.
In a temple by the sea in Danang, it looks like a nun abbot inside. Next to it is the historical site Mixi Pavilion.