Văn Ngọc Chính, Phường 3, Sóc Trăng, Vietnam
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.
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