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Linh Phuoc Pagoda

At the end of Trai Mat St., Da Lat 61000, Vietnam
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With terrific views from the third floor and a ten-foot high dragon in the side garden, this modern pagoda is a favorite.
  • Excellent72%
  • Very good21%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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At the end of Trai Mat St., Da Lat 61000, Vietnam

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Reviewed yesterday

Really nice pagoda,so cool to take a train to go here,nice view and romantici will come back and do that again.on the way you see many green farm,

Thank flohelinski
Reviewed 3 days ago

Even though it can get a little busy, I still think it's worth a visit if you like visiting pagodas, temples and churches etc. There's a small alleyway that connects the main road to the Pagoda which can get very busy as there's big tour...More

Thank Josh Y
Reviewed 5 days ago

We had organised a driver for the day through Dalattrip.com and was taken to all these wonderful sites. The workmanship in the Pagoda was amazing

Thank Deninicknat61
Reviewed 1 week ago

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 for a trip

Thank Followthesun1946
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing! Definitely worth a visit in Da Lat. Amazed by its intricate mosaics made from broken glass and pottery shards.

Thank IrisMG
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

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 bottles and porcelain)

Thank Agnieszka L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Took a taxi to this close to town Pagoda...or series of Pagodas, lots of tourists!. Do dress appropriately otherwise have to buy or hire a long skirt to be respectful. The mosaics are all hand crafted together and the detail is stunning!!! There are lots...More

Thank Maxine018
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Architecturally interesting.....very pretty as pagodas go. Over the years I've been in many....this one is middle of the road, but worth visiting. Remember to remove shoes before entering the interior of the pagoda.

Thank John P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The latest train timetable is here. I bought the soft seat tickets, but got the VIP seat in the first cart :D I guess it depends on the amount of the people that day.

Thank Maxine7385
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It's a nice place but didn't felt like a Pagoda...maybe it was too much over the top. If your goal is to see all the Pagoda in Dalat then why not.

Thank kato118
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Christina L
Is there a dress code? E.g. must cover shoulders or legs. Is it suitable to wear a long maxi dress?
13 November 2016|
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Response from Winson D | Reviewed this property |
You have to dress appropriate, you could wear a dress that is way past your knee, cover your legs at least, no shorts, maybe wear a a zip up sweater, since it might be could
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