A small temple, very close to the place where I live, so I stopped by in the morning to take a look. Very few people, very quiet, the overall layout of the temple is very good, the gardens are very beautiful, and there are some monks in the store taking a leisurely stroll, which is worth a visit. I love this pagoda. It is a place for locals to worship and there are buses with endless tourists. This is a place for quiet contemplation. Remember to walk into the courtyard to see where there are beautiful buildings and plants.
This is a religious pagoda in Da Lat, this pagoda is called Ling Pagoda, 36 meters high is the tallest pagoda in Da Lat, where tourists and local residents often come to pray for blessings.
For tourists, this is quite practical.
A guide to the cultural attractions of Da Lat Da Lat in Vietnam is a small town very suitable for holidays. Because Dalat has not only beautiful natural scenery, but also many famous cultural attractions. The year-round warm and humid climate is particularly suitable for human travel and living. Every year, a large number of tourists from all over the world come to visit here. The following cultural attractions are for your reference. 1. Cute girl's heart-Mary Abbey. Mary Abbey was built in the 1930s. Because of its pink exterior wall color, it attracted countless young people who love beauty, especially girls, to take pictures here. The exterior of the house is all painted with pink and red dyes, looking cute and beautiful, I don't know how many girls' hearts have melted. There is a triangular roof on the front, and red stairs with corners can be seen from the side. Every angle is very suitable for taking pictures. Inside the monastery is an ordinary church, and now it is also a rescue station for orphans. It is recommended to play for an hour and a half. Tickets: Free. 2. Exquisite porcelain artwork-Lingfu Temple Lingfu Temple is located on a hillside south of Dalat. It is not so much a temple as it is a beautiful artwork. From the archway of the mountain gate, you can see this large-scale artwork constructed by pasting colored tiles. The gate tower has Chinese characteristics. The carved couplets on the left and right sides and the plaque on the gate are all Chinese characters. The temple is not big, but the main building is decorated with colored tiles. Its unique shape and strong colors are unparalleled. Legend has it that these broken pieces of porcelain were reused after being damaged by turbulence at sea. It is recommended to play for 2 hours. Tickets: Free. 3. Look at the pagoda in a tranquil garden—Lingguang Temple Although Lingguang Temple is not big, there is a beautiful pagoda here, which attracts many tourists to visit. The shape of the pagoda is beautiful, the body of the pagoda is decorated with a variety of colored porcelain pieces, which is dazzling, and it is perfect whether it is viewed from a distance or close up. Moreover, many locals also come here to make wishes. It is a temple with both sightseeing and prayer functions. The monks in the courtyard placed a lot of bonsai carefully cultivated by themselves in the garden, so that the small garden is full of flowers in all seasons, which is also a major feature of the temple. It is recommended to play for two hours. Tickets: Free. 4. Concentrated display of folk culture-Lam Tong Museum Lam Tong Museum is a museum exhibiting folk customs and civilization history of Lam Tong Province and Dalat. The exterior wall of the museum is beautifully pale yellow, and the four tall stone pillars in front of the door set off the entire building to be very solemn, and the high steps leading to the museum gate are very impressive. The items displayed in the museum are all related to culture. Most of them show the local customs, bamboo and wood structures, ethnic costumes made of hand-woven homespun and so on. It is recommended to play for an hour and a half. Tickets: 10,000 Vietnamese Dong, equivalent to RMB 3.3. 5. A palace where elegance and luxury coexist-Baoda Summer Palace This is the residence of the last emperor of Vietnam. Because the emperor's reign was called "Baoda" at that time, it was also called Baoda Palace. The palace is a yellow masonry structure, a simple two-story building. Outside the building is a wide semi-circular driveway, with flowers and trees planted on both sides of the road, green grass, elegant and quiet. The semi-circular driveway surrounds a large lawn. The neatly trimmed clusters of low bushes on the lawn give people a quiet and peaceful feeling. The interior of the palace is extremely luxurious, you can buy tickets to visit, but you are not allowed to take photos. Recommended playing time is 2 hours. Tickets: 30,000 dong. The above 5 scenic spots are representative cultural spots in Dalat. Whether it is a temple, a museum or a palace, they all carry part of Vietnam's culture and history. Through these cultural symbols, let us know more about Vietnam and Dalat. You are also welcome to leave a message to share your experience.