Phat Hoc Pagoda
Phat Hoc Pagoda
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melkeet
By melkeet
Serene Pagoda
4.0 of 5 bubblesSept 2019
Many of the Hotels and tourist attractions in Can Tho City, are in the Hai Ba Trung road area, and its surroundings. A good planning before visiting this site, helps to maximise the available time at hand and avoids unnecessary traveling up and down searching for a missed attraction. We were staying at Kim Too hotel which is also located on Hai Ba Trung road. We planned and followed a circuit on foot as follows. Kim Too Hotel→ 150 meters→ Ong Temple → 20 meters across the road → Ho Chi Minh Memorial → 90meters → Niem Kiew Wharf → 300meters → Can Tho Night market road → 500 meters→ Phua Huat Temple→ 90 meters across the road → Munirang say temple → 250 meters→ Tarot Museum → 500meters→ Bao Tang Quan Khu 9 (War Museum) → 260meters→ Can Tho Museum→ 230meters→ Kham Lon Can Tho ( Prison Provinciale-Colonial Prison)→ 500meters → Ninh Kieu Pedestrian bridge ( Cau di bo Ben Ninh Kieu) → 400 meters →Kim Too Hotel. It was following this scheme that we reached Phat Hoc temple This is a Buddhist temple, just across the road from Munirang Say temple. It has three-storeys with stairs leading up to this floor. The building is a mix of brown and white colour with ornamental plants lined at all levels. On the ground floor, there is a large statue of Goddess Guan Yin under the shade of a tree. As you walk higher up there is a room with a Buddha with a very serene atmosphere. We Spend about 30 minits here. Worth a Visit.

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melkeet
Ipoh, Malaysia1,364 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
Many of the Hotels and tourist attractions in Can Tho City, are in the Hai Ba Trung road area, and its surroundings. A good planning before visiting this site, helps to maximise the available time at hand and avoids unnecessary traveling up and down searching for a missed attraction.

We were staying at Kim Too hotel which is also located on Hai Ba Trung road. We planned and followed a circuit on foot as follows.
Kim Too Hotel→ 150 meters→ Ong Temple → 20 meters across the road → Ho Chi Minh Memorial → 90meters → Niem Kiew Wharf → 300meters → Can Tho Night market road → 500 meters→ Phua Huat Temple→ 90 meters across the road → Munirang say temple → 250 meters→ Tarot Museum → 500meters→ Bao Tang Quan Khu 9 (War Museum) → 260meters→ Can Tho Museum→ 230meters→ Kham Lon Can Tho ( Prison Provinciale-Colonial Prison)→ 500meters → Ninh Kieu Pedestrian bridge ( Cau di bo Ben Ninh Kieu) → 400 meters →Kim Too Hotel.

It was following this scheme that we reached Phat Hoc temple
This is a Buddhist temple, just across the road from Munirang Say temple. It has three-storeys with stairs leading up to this floor. The building is a mix of brown and white colour with ornamental plants lined at all levels.
On the ground floor, there is a large statue of Goddess Guan Yin under the shade of a tree. As you walk higher up there is a room with a Buddha with a very serene atmosphere.

We Spend about 30 minits here. Worth a Visit.
Written 30 August 2020
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Noam
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
this pagoda are so peaceful with many monks praying at the main hall. we also saw many budha statue so impressive
Written 11 January 2020
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r0landbrunner
Zurich, Switzerland1,848 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
it's a nice place, but don't expect anything of value. the most precious is maybe the view accross the street to the Munirensay Temple (for unknown reasons there is no entry on Tripadvisor about it), the much more important site. climb therefore to the top level (Buddha room) to see accross.
Written 2 January 2020
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