Pagoda of Ve Chai, a unique virtual living place that attracts young people in Da Lat

With a special architecture with various pieces of porcelain and different motifs, Linh Phuoc Pagoda (Ve Chai Pagoda) attracts many visitors when visiting Dalat.

About 6 km from the city center, Linh Phuoc Pagoda is located in Ward 11, Da Lat, Lam Dong. Linh Phuoc Pagoda was built in 1949 by local Buddhists. Located on the way to Trai Mat, on the way here, you will cross the small pass. Standing on the pass, visitors can see the panoramic view of Da Lat city with thousands of houses shining brightly when the night falls. Photo: Homespagovap.

By 1952, the whole project was completed after 3 years. In 1990, the 5th abbot, Venerable Thich Tam, mobilized and called for the contribution of Buddhists to repair and build a new face for the temple. Known as the largest temple in Dalat, Linh Phuoc attracts thousands of pilgrims every year. Photo: Spychem, Thinbui__.

It is also known as Ve Chai pagoda because of its special architecture with walls inlaid with pieces of cups, colorful broken bowls and various textures. This unique feature has attracted the attention of numerous domestic and foreign tourists when having the opportunity to visit Dalat. Photo: _Xiiuxiiu_, Canhciu.

The temple owns many beautiful check-in corners for you to live virtual. Here, visitors will admire hundreds of statues placed in different positions in the temple. These statues were very well crafted and made entirely of wax. Each statue is a face, its own shape. Photos: Jinny_zziizz, Jogod.mata.

The center of the temple is a 33m long, 12m-wide main hall with elaborate architecture.The most prominent are the two rows of dragon columns along the two sides of the main hall, bas-reliefs that introduce the history of Shakyamuni Buddha and those of the Sutra Sutra and Sutra Sutra. All are elaborately encrusted with pieces of chinaware, pieces of bottles. Photo: Lylychuu, Miutruongg.

Located in the Linh Phuoc Pagoda campus, 7-storey tower has a height of 36 m, is considered the tallest bell tower in Vietnam. On the second floor, the largest bell in Vietnam owns a height of 4.3 m, weighs 8.5 tons. The bell mouth is 2.33 m wide. This product was crafted for a period of 1 year by the 3-life bell artisans from Hue. Photo: Letrang248, Oanh_kieuuu_.

Statue of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara is located on the left of the 7-storey tower, has a height of 17 m, weighs about 3 tons. The highlight of this statue is associated with 650,000 immortal flowers, a typical flower of Da Lat. The work was completed from meticulous hands of hundreds of local Buddhists for 36 days. Photo: Vukymnguyen, Trang.ry.

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