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Linh Ung Pagoda in Son Tra Peninsula

by Danang Car ITs Seo

Linh Ung Pagoda in Son Tra Peninsula

Danang City, a modern dynamic city of the central region with many famous landmarks and Linh Ung Pagoda is one of them. Located on Son Tra Peninsula overlooking the East Sea, the temple has a special wonder that the highest statue of Quan The Am Viet Nam.

Linh Ung Pagoda
Linh Ung Pagoda in Son Tra Peninsula

Linh Ung Pagoda in Son Tra is considered the Buddha realm between the world. The pagoda is located on the top of the mountain in Bai But, Son Tra Peninsula, Da Nang (many people call it Linh Ung Bai But Pagoda or Linh Ung Son Tra Pagoda – because Da Nang has 3 Linh Ung Pagoda) overlooking the East Sea, on the other side is Cu Lao Cham Island, on the other side is Hai Van Pass on the other side, a quiet Han River flowing into the sea mouth.

Linh Ung Bai But Pagoda was built in July 2004 and inaugurated on July 30, 2010; so far the pagoda still continues to build more items.

The temple is 693 meters above sea level, with an area of ​​20 hectares, on top of a mountain, one side of the sea. Linh Ung Pagoda Bai But is a complex of many items including the main hall, the ancestor’s house, the lecture hall, the street and the library …

Linh Ung Pagoda
Linh Ung Pagoda in Son Tra Peninsula

In addition to being known as one of the most beautiful, large and … pagodas in the three “Linh Ung Tu” temples in Da Nang, Linh Ung Bai But Pagoda is also known by the place where there is the highest statue of Quan Quan Am Buddha in Vietnam.

Son Tra peninsula is also a place of harmony between the sea and the mountains and the river in a quiet space, with the murmur of the sea and the story of an old story: At the time of King Minh Mang, the coastal fishermen where This is where a Buddha statue came from, the waves hit the sand, they thought it was auspicious, immediately established a worship. Since then, the calm and peaceful waves, the fishermen have peace of doing business, since then this place is called Bai But, also known as the Buddha’s realm in the world where the world of Quan The Ambitious, saves suffering, helps children who passed the cycle of rotation.

After climbing all the stone steps on the path leading to the temple, step through the main gate, just above the main entrance, located in the center of the wide yard with beautiful ornamental trees, the statue of Thich Ca Mau Buddha Buddha Ni, on the right is Guan Yin Bodhisattva, and on the left is the Tripitaka, four Dharmapala Gods and 18 Arhat are arranged to protect the main hall. On the left is a 67m high Quan Quan Am Buddha statue, 35m lotus diameter is considered the highest in Vietnam.

Linh Ung Pagoda
Linh Ung Pagoda in Son Tra Peninsula

At the foot of the statue’s lotus tower always attracts many tourists and Buddhists to the Buddha’s ceremony and enjoy the compassionate beauty of this unique statue. In the statue there are 17 floors, each floor has a altar worshiping a total of 21 Buddha statues with different shapes, faces, postures, called “Middle Buddha Buddha.” The statue stood with its back against the mountain, facing the sea, the gentle eyes looked down, one hand caught the samadhi, the other held the nectar of water as a peaceful sprinkler for the far reaching fishermen. The landscape of the main hall combined with the Buddha Quan The Am statue creates a holistic and pure picture that is as elegant as the place of Bong lai.

Visiting Linh Ung Pagoda, visitors from all over the world also have the opportunity to visit the panorama of a city that is on a strong development. From the pagoda, the view towards the sea will be surrounded by a blue sea and sky, a long white sandy beach running around the road at the foot of the mountain glistening under the soft sunshine of the peninsula.


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Created on Sep 3rd 2019 20:49. Viewed 245 times.

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