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Mahatup Pagoda

Văn Ngọc Chính, Phường 3, Sóc Trăng, Vietnam

Buddhist Temples

About Mahatup Pagoda

Bat Pagoda, lying 25 km southeast away from the downtown of Soc Trang City.B at Pagoda or Chua Doi is also known as Chua Ma Toc and is named for the thousands of bats in the sur­rounding trees.

Attractions near Mahatup Pagoda

Sro Loun Pagoda (Chen Kieu Pagoda)7.32km from Mahatup Pagoda

Chen Kieu (also known as SroLoun pagoda) is a Khmer pagoda with unique architecture located in Dai Tam commune, My Xuyen district, Soc Trang province. There are a number of beautifully crafted Buddha statues in the garden of Chen Kieu pagoda.

Thiền viện Trúc Lâm Bạc Liêu47.69km from Mahatup Pagoda

One of the big Zen temples in Can Tho, the project is located in My Tho hamlet, My Khanh commune. It is one of the best architectural wonders in this area and also the greenery around this place is truly astonishing. One can enjoy this place very much.

Khu di tích Chiến Thắng Tầm Vu47.72km from Mahatup Pagoda

A huge monument which was located in the heart of the Hau Giang province. This is the relic by the Ministry of Culture - Information as Historic national day 25 month 1 the year 1991. This monument paves light on the history of  Vietnam.

Angkorajaborey Pagoda52.15km from Mahatup Pagoda

Angkorajaborey Pagoda, also called Ang Pagoda, is located in the Ba Om Pond area of Tra Vinh. It is one of the types in the system of 141 pagodas of the Khmer in Tra Vinh province.

Ao Bà Om52.33km from Mahatup Pagoda

Ba Om Pond is a unique and famous landscape in Tra Vinh Province. The pond is rectangular, 300 m wide, 500 m long. The surface of the pond is clear and blue, covered by lotus flowers and water lilies. A hundred-year-old ancient oily tree whose roots rise from the ground creates strange shapes that attract tourists here.

Cathedral of the Diocese of Can Tho53.84km from Mahatup Pagoda

The diocese of Cần Thơ is a Roman Catholic diocese of Vietnam.  The creation of the diocese in present form was declared November 24, 1960.  The diocese covers an area of 13,257 km2, and is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Ho Chi Minh city.  By 2004, the diocese of Cần Thơ had about 176,424 believers, 153 priests and 131 parishes. Sacred Heart Cathedral in Cần Thơ has been assigned as the Cathedral of the diocese.

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The province's original Khmer name was Srok Kh'leang, meaning "silver depository" because it was where the Khmer king's silver treasury was located.