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Linh Phuoc Pagoda, Da Lat

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See the impressive glass and mosaic art at Linh Phuoc Pagoda. Built and funded by Buddhist monks in 1952, the ornate pagoda houses many sophisticated artworks, including a 49 m (160 ft) winding dragon mosaic made from beer-bottle glass. Upon entering the intricate main hall, inspect an abundance of highlights, including the Buddha's throne, a golden cast relief of the tree of enlightenment, and Vietnam's tallest bell tower. Right of the pagoda stands the three-story monks' house with well-equipped living quarters and a library. Expect a lot of tourists and crowds during your visit, since the site's popularity has grown rapidly over the years. Using our world travel planner, Da Lat attractions like Linh Phuoc Pagoda can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Where to stay in Da Lat

Long considered a summer retreat town, Da Lat offers plenty of accommodations, great and small, to choose from. Head down to the lake to find the most luxurious options in town, with old French colonial buildings featuring lake-view rooms, spas, and fine-dining restaurants, as well as some newer resort-style options offering ample grounds, golf courses, and scenic views. Head back from the water and the colonial areas to discover simpler hotels and guesthouses, with comfortable rooms, Wi-Fi, and breakfast included, as well as a number of dormitory-style hostels.
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  • Reaching here from Dalat train station then off at Trai Mat area to walk to this pagoda, very special architecture especially the giant standing Buddha statue. Broken bottles and bowls inlaying. Worth...  more »
  • Amazing! Definitely worth a visit in Da Lat. Amazed by its intricate mosaics made from broken glass and pottery shards.  more »
  • We got to the pagoda by the historical train, trip approximately 20 min- nice . This is my first pagoda in Vietnam but now the most favourite in Asia, seems to be eco friendly (decorated with broken b...  more »
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  • Serious eye candy. The craziest place. It was so exciting to look at all the intricate tile mosaic work everywhere. A must see!
  • Very big temple. Nice dragons and nice faience. Go there for the sunset the light is better and there is less people.
  • A big,eye-catching andimpressive pagoda. This is the place that you must be go when visit in Da Lat.
  • Interesting pagoda at Trai Mat, Dalat. On this way, we need more 20 minutes to come to Cau Dat tea hill. It's so fresh here.
  • Unique pagoda built with broken glass and porcelain. Nice view from the highest building as well. The "Cave of Hell" is worth visiting if you're curious about the things that may happen in hell.