4 Buddhist Temples to explore in Bình Thuận Province
The province is known for its scenery and beaches. There are also a number of sites of archaeological significance.
Mount Tà Cú Pagoda is a temple on Tà Cú mountain, Hàm Thuận Nam District, Bình Thuận Province, Vietnam. The statue of Reclining Buddha of Tà Cú is the longest reclining Buddha statue in Vietnam, and depicts the Buddha entering paranirvana. It is forty-nine metres long and eleven metres tall. The statue was begun in 1963, being finally completed in 1966, and has become a favourite hotspot for tourists. It is located in Linh Sơn Trường Thọ pagoda,
Po Sah Inu Tower is a group of vestiges of Cham temple towers left over from the ancient Cham Kingdom, located on Ba Nai hill, Phu Hai ward, away from the center of Phan Thiet city 7 km to the northeast. This tower group has the architectural style of Hoa Lai - one of the ancient art styles of Champa. Although only small and medium-size, it distilled the quintessence of architectural techniques and decorative arts of the ancient Cham people to create a majestic and mysterious look. Po Sah Inu t
Thay Thim Palace is located in Tan Tien commune, La Gi town, Binh Thuan province; it is a national historical and cultural relic of Vietnam. It has an architectural form like a village communal house with many constructions. The architectural works with carved sculptures and interior decoration of Thay Thim Palace clearly reflect the royal architectural style.
Van Thuy Tu is located on Ngu Ong Street, Duc Thang ward, Phan Thiet city, Binh Thuan province, which is the place to worship Nam Hai god - Ca Ong, according to the belief of fishermen in the sea. This place is notable with its architecture and its historical significance.