The land of martial arts Quy Nhon – Binh Dinh is home to “golden forests, silver sea”. And a diverse culinary culture with lots of delicacies. It is also known as the land of Buddha with many famous temples and pagodas. Let QNS explore the temples in Quy Nhon.
* Long Khanh Pagoda
This is a temple with a history of over 300 years old. Located at 141 Tran Cao Van, Le Loi Ward, Quy Nhon City ..
Looking from above, you can see the temple is designed in the shape of “Khau”. The highlight of the pagoda is a 17 meter high Amitabha statue standing on a lotus throne made of blue stone. In addition, there is also a bronze statue of The Ton That has a height of 1.5m and weighs over 1200kg. Every summer, Long Khanh Pagoda often organizes retreats for thousands of young people. Help spread Buddhism in the young and at the same time guide people to live a good life, good life. This place is considered the cultural and religious center of Binh Dinh province. As well as destinations to attract tourists near and far whenever coming to this beautiful coastal city.
* Ngoc Hoa Vihara
Ngoc Hoa Vihara is a pagoda belonging to Bai Bac, Ly Luong hamlet, Nhon Ly commune, Quy Nhon city. Built in 1960 by Master Thich Giac An. Through the abbot’s life, the monastery was more spacious and spacious but still retains the beauty of the spirituality of Buddhism here. The twin statues of Guan Yin are the striking architecture of Ngoc Hoa Vihara. The statue is nearly 30 meters high, including the base, is the tallest twin Buddha image in Vietnam. In it, a statue facing to the South is Kwan Yin and Guan Yin to assist the golden forest. And a statue to the north, Quan Am Nam Hai support the silver sea. In addition, inside the statue still holds about 2000 small and colorful Quan The Am statues.
* Thien Hung Pagoda
Thien Hung Pagoda is one of the special spiritual places of Nua people, a meeting place that tourists to Binh Dinh should not miss. Not too magnificent or ancient, Thien Hung is famous because it is the place to keep Ngoc Xa Loi of Buddha Shakyamuni. Legend has it that, where there are Buddha’s Sacred Treasures, there is the presence of the Buddha himself to bless the sentient beings. In addition, Venerable Thich Dong Ngo – chair of the temple, although very young, is respected by many people for his feng shui, positive in missionary and charity work.
* Ong Nui Pagoda
Ong Nui Pagoda is also known as Linh Phong Son tu . Located on the top of Chop Vung, Phu Cat district, about 30km from Quy Nhon city. Located on an altitude of more than 100m, from Ong Nui Pagoda, you can see the majestic, majestic Ba mountain range, the peaceful countryside at the foot of the mountain. Far away is Phuong Mai peninsula , Nhon Hoi economic zone on Thi Nai lagoon. The pagoda is being invested to build into a tourist, historical, ecological and spiritual complex. In particular, in the new temple campus inaugurated the largest reclining Sakyamuni Buddha image in Southeast Asia today.
Hopefully, with the information that QNS has provided above, visitors will have a complete trip to Quy Nhon and know more famous temples in Quy Nhon!