Ho Quoc pagoda, the temple has a beautiful view near the sea you must visit when travelling to Phu Quoc
Built in an extremely beautiful location, the back of the mountain, facing the sea Ho Quoc Pagoda is the ideal spiritual destination of visitors when you have the opportunity to visit the Pearl Island.
Ho Quoc Pagoda, also known as Truc Lam Quoc Temple, was inaugurated in 2012 and is one of the largest scale temples in the South West.
The pagoda was built in the beautiful back of the mountain, facing the immense sea in the architecture of the Ly and Tran Dynasty with the works of the Great Hero, the House, the bell tower and the tower.
Ho Quoc Pagoda is the ideal point of tourists every occasion to visit Phu Quoc
Before entering the pagoda, you will see the gate of the three-door gate (the door to the name is the Door of Geography, the door to the left inside to see the Door, and the door to the door to escape), through the door. You will see the large yard to go to the main tourist must step up about 70 steps then enter the main electricity. The two sides of the courtyard have a tower on the left looking out to contain a huge drum and the tower on the right contains a big bell.
Locals and tourists come here offering incense in the holidays and relaxing retreat after hours of labor tension.
Although located in the same system of Truc Lam Zen monastery, the architecture of the National monastery is slightly different from other monasteries because the pagoda was completely constructed from the limestone columns, so the height of the chambers is also limited by the height of the wooden column.
This temple has various Buddha statues, statue of the “Goddess of Mercy”, and a giant bell.
Directions to the pagoda: From Duong Dong town, follow the direction of Phu Quoc prison. Turn left to Bai Sao about 1km. On the left hand side there is a small turn, which is the way to the pagoda. National (On the other side of the road to the pagoda is Big Stream Residential Area). On the road there is a signboard on the concrete road over 6m, running about 4km to the temple. There are two ways to go to the temple is to go straight and turn left. Turning left onto the back of the temple, this is the internal road (you should not go this way).