Bai Dinh Pagoda near Ninh Binh is famous for its large and beautiful architecture , and a well- known giant Buddhas . It was built in honor of King Ly Thai and is considered the largest complex and Buddhist pagoda in Vietnam.
The complex consists of two pagodas : old and new . Bai Dinh Pagoda old is on a mountain height of 200 meters, which was recognized as a cultural and historical heritage of Vietnam. Bai Dinh Pagoda new area of ??about 700 hectares , is located not far from the old location . Here every year on the sixth day of the first lunar month to start the festival dedicated to the holiday Vesak, which attracts thousands of visitors , mainly Buddhists. Through the gate to Bai Dinh Pagoda new can be seen 500 Buddha statues , each 2.4 m in height and weighs about 4 tons. The complex has the largest bronze Buddha statue in Southeast Asia, weighing about 100 tons , three 50 -ton statues of Buddha and two huge bronze bell.

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    1. Amresh Kumar says:

      wow!! It’s just amazing to explore this destination and meeting with these adorable monks :) thanks for sharing.

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