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An hour drive from Ho Chi Minh City, this site comprises of 2 sections. The old section is about 250 years old which has the pagoda, temple etc. The new section was completed in 2012 which housed the biggest sleeping Buddha statue on the roof...More
This is one of the oldest Buddhist temple in the south of Vietnam, which dates back 1741. It still remains the old characters even though few restorations. The huge 27m pagoda and the record reclining Buddha statue are the highlights along with the amazing wooden...More
My nephew lives in Thu Dau Mot and he wanted us to see this place. We were there on a rainy Friday and it was very peaceful. There was lots of beautiful art to look at. It actually seems to be two separate but adjacent...More
It is not easy to find this place, check tripadvisor map and directions.
Or make sure your taxi driver really understand you:). Visit lovely little gift shop with women working inside, support local economy:). The Big Budda is hiding :) in the garden.
I visited Hoi Khanh pagoda at noon time with my friends. It was fantastic to watch the huge lying Buddha statue in sunlights and enjoyed the cool shadows of big trees there. Walking around at noon wasn't pleasant for us, however, we still enjoyed our...More
Decided to get out of hotel this afternoon and found a nice Pagoda to visit just 5.8 miles away in Thu Dau Mot City.
Relaxing and quiet place to visit with the sound of birds all around and the fluttering of flags and some a...More
We were wandering down the shopping street and took a turning into a side street. There were nice trees and then we stepped into the temple area and were suddenly in a different world - an open space, temple buildings and the largest reclining Buddha...More
Went here on motorbikes with friends. Very peaceful and beautiful big sleeping buddah. Can see this land mark for miles if you are looking out over Thu Dau Mot from Becamex Tower. Try the Wind and Water Cafe near by.