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This is a lovely peaceful pagoda, and an active place of worship, not just a tourist attraction, which made it more special for me, and there was a ceremony in progress when we were there - a priveledge to witness. To reach the Giant Buddha...More
Long Son Pagoda is definitely worth a visit. We visited during a weekday and early enough that there are very few tourists. The climb to the sitting giant Buddha could be tough for some, but worth it. Please observe the strict dress code, which to...More
It is free to visit for their local only. Not friendly to overseas tourists. For backpackers need to double check with local agency to get the entrance permit. If you do not have it, you might be treating like a criminal once you entering the...More
This Pagoda is worth checking out and the view from the top is great.
I did see it mentioned here already but I did want to stress that the dress code here is strict! I had just been to many pagodas in HCMC which permitted...More
Long Son Pagoda isn't the most beautiful temple we've seen, but it is still worth a visit. The elaborate temple itself, the giant white sitting Buddha, and the reclining Buddha are interesting and ideal for a photograph. Be forewarned that the clothing restrictions for entering...More
It is Buddhism temple, if you need to enter into the worship hall do not wear short. There are 2 big statues of Lord Buddha. Both are located at the back if the temple, the big leaning Lord Buddha made with stone is at midway...More
Beautiful white Buddha temple. Best to go there early morning or evening. Not a good idea to go during the midday cos it was pretty hot. Part of temple is currently under renovation works. However for Asians please be wary of some local ladies in...More
The monastry is situated right in the city centre, with the big Buddha statue at the hill top behind the temple. I am more attracted to the facts that the historical root of VN has so much in common with China.
Pop in if you’re passing but I wouldn’t go out of my way to visit this pagoda. There are plenty of more interesting pagodas to see in Vietnam. I guess it makes a change from the beach but do dress appropriately. That means no shorts...More
Response from Kaildante | Reviewed this property |
Long Son pagoda is free and there's 2 ways to go up to the Buddha on the top, 1 is the main entrance where you have free parking inside. 2 is the local road straight to the Buddha, where your parking need to pay (10,000... More
Long Son pagoda is free and there's 2 ways to go up to the Buddha on the top, 1 is the main entrance where you have free parking inside. 2 is the local road straight to the Buddha, where your parking need to pay (10,000 vnd), but sth paid by prices they are deserved.
Dam market is building but still working.
And right, The Pagoda and Po Nagar temples are about 1km each side of the Dam Market. Po Nagar need the ticket for entrance.
Sorry for the late answer. I've come back from a trip to the north. Enjoy your trip in Nha Trang and I willing to answer all the things that I've known.
YES but the crowds are already here and the trains and planes are Full ! If you have not already made your travel arrangements then you are not coming to Nha Trang and your question becomes superfluous !