Linh Son Pagoda with a long history and beautiful Buddhist architecture is the annual venue attracts many pilgrims worshiping tourists.
Linh Son Pagoda is one of the oldest Buddhist temples and largest in Dalat, this is the place not to be missed for those who come to Dalat want to be a pilgrimage and worship.
The pagoda is situated on a low hill at 120 Nguyen Van Troi Street, Dalat. It was built in 1938 and completed in 1940. With a population of about 4 hectares, the temple is a building with limited items, including Shakyamuni Buddha sitting on a lotus bronze weighing 1250 kg, cast in Dai Hong Chung in 1952 and a 700 kg heavy bronze, cast in 1958. Currently, Linh Son pagoda is where the main office of Lam Dong Province Buddhist Association.
Not far from the main hall to the right side is a 3-storey stupa octagonal, the left is the main power line brothels where Dat Ma Su To church and altar flanked by the monks passed away as well as the common people that want their identity to be worshiped in temples.
Linh Son Pagoda features a release bibles and rebirth, in addition to the lecture room is quite large but is now Pure Buddhist School in Lam Dong province.
Linh Son Pagoda Sanctum
From the gate to the temple, visitors follow steps walk among pine trees, eucalyptus trees and soaring star. Precincts for the type of trees that were planted where the monks and watered every day.
Temple has gone through the abbot's time:
With its unique architecture and rich history, Linh Son Pagoda is not only a place of pilgrimage to this homage, which guests will feel your hearts quiet and softer.