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Going to Linh Quy Phap An to watch sunrise

The Indo-Chinese Buddhist Temple (also known as Linh Quy Phap An) is described as “Heaven Gate”, because of its beautiful scenery as it dawned on people as they lost their place in the scene.

The Indo-Chinese temple is located on a high mountain in the rural area of Loc Thanh Commune, Bao Lam District. Because of being located in the outskirts of the city, about 20km away from the center of Bao Loc city, there are still many young people who come to the pagoda early in the morning.


The fairy beauty of Linh Quy Phap An

Particularly at the weekend, the number of visitors to the temple to visit more crowded, with groups of guests to sleep at the temple to see the sunrise next day.

A traveler from Ho Chi Minh City cheerfully said: “Take advantage of the weekend, my friends and I took a bus ride to Bao Loc and find the way to the pagoda, please stay here one night with the monks to recite, meditate. Then the next morning to watch the dawn. Here the scenery is very beautiful, space is very peaceful so almost everyone come here will be able to get rid of sorrow and worry of daily life.

Go to the temple, the location to watch the sunrise here can immediately make you breathless. This is also called “Heaven Gate” with the location on the high mountains.


Sunrise in the temple

Early in the morning, the scenery of this place is as beautiful as in the myths with cloud dew, mountain sluggishly. Time to watch the most beautiful sunrise from 5:30 to 6:30 every day.

According to some experience, the dry season (from February to June) is the most beautiful sunrise season, with little effect of misty cover, so it is suitable for young people who love natural scenery to capture moments with relatives, friends.

If you want to stay again, you can come in the evening, ask the monks to eat and chant together, meditate with the temple if you want. There is also a blanket available for pilgrims who wish to stay in the temple at night.

However, you need to comply with the rules of the temple when visiting, sightseeing this place to avoid affecting the monks.

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