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The world zen master’s original ordained temple and currently residing here. According to the little English speaking nun (Hope to get it right), the meditation is daily 430am and 7pm. 2 hours by car from Danang town, you may charter one way or two ways...More
We arrived early 7.30am to visit here before the hoards of tourists which didn't disappoint. This is the temple where Thich Nhat Hahn the famous Buddhist Monk now resides. This area is extremely peaceful and you can walk around the grounds and soak in the...More
i went to this pagoda because it was so peaceful. lunch can be had with the nuns. i didn't do it so i can't tell you if it was good but i imagine so. the famous monk is there. he's sickly, weak but still amazing...More
Tu Hieu Pagoda complex sits amongst the trees and seems to be an escape for the monks there. It also has a lot of headstones scattered throughout the property. Unfortunately for us, the main pagoda was under repair at the time of our visit. There...More
An interesting bit of Vietnamese history, the eunuchs of the Nguyen dynasty took over this temple area and had many of their graves here, as you walk in you'll be confronted by hawkers selling crackers to feed the fish in the pond, the grounds aren't...More
This is still actively used with monks living here.
It doesn't have the impressive structure of the Thien My pagoda or the gardens of the tombs, it is far more humble. There are a significant number of stupas around, the area is less structured and...More
I visited Tu Hieu Pagoda with my tour guide which was a real advantage as it was able to have explained to me the significance of the various structures I was seeing. It was a lovely peaceful place to visit where I was able to...More