Nha Trang (Khanh Hoa) not only has a long romantic beach or typical dishes of white sand; there are also beautiful and famous sacred temples. Here are the top famous pagodas in Nha Trang that are often visited by tourists.
Long Son Pagoda
Also known as the White Buddha Temple, is located at the foot of Trai Thuy mountain, in the heart of Nha Trang city. The pagoda was built over a hundred years ago, is considered a famous spiritual tourist destination. This Nha Trang temple stands out with a white statue of Sakyamuni Buddha, 24m high, 10m wide lotus diameter, majestic in meditation posture in the sky.
Tong Lam Lo Son Pagoda
Located on Da Lo mountain, so it is also known as Da Lo pagoda. The pagoda is one of the most visited Nha Trang temples by foreign tourists and is one of the top famous pagodas in Nha Trang. The giant statue is considered the largest statue of Amitabha Buddha in Vietnam with a height of up to 44m, the base of the monument will have a diameter of 24m.
Not only a famous spiritual place, but Tong Lam Pagoda also owns a peaceful and tranquil landscape. From here, visitors can see the whole landscape of the sky and the surrounding mountains.
Also known as Tu Van Pagoda, this is a unique architectural work, built and decorated with many types of coral rocks, seashells, shells, … The highlight of the snail pagoda is the Bao Tich tower nearly 40m high. This is also a tourist attraction from all over the world by its meticulous and elaborate details.
Not only attracting Buddhists to pilgrimage, but the temple is also an attractive tourist destination. Stepping into the temple, you can feel the fresh, tranquil, and peaceful atmosphere. The path from the gate to the main hall has a large Buddha statue, the two sides of the road are shaded with cool casuarinas.
Quan Am Nam Hai Pagoda
It is located on high land, facing the sea, and in the temple that owns the most beautiful terrain among the temples in Nha Trang. Coming to Quan Am Nam Hai Pagoda, visitors will feel completely relaxed. Standing in the temple hall, visitors will gain sight hundreds of miles away from the sea, feel each wind rushing in with the refreshing scent of incense.