The pagoda was built with harmonious architecture, close to nature. The temple has a fairly spacious campus, about 6000 square meters, surrounded by grasses and flowers, growing close together, carefully trimmed, green and full of vitality. This place is especially suitable for nature lovers, like the peaceful, quiet.
The pagoda was built quite spacious and spacious. At the front is a three-door gate, followed by a white statue of Duc Quan Nam Hai, about ten meters high, with majestic and majestic beauty. The roads leading to the pagoda are paved with clean bricks, the temple grounds are red-tiled. Surrounding the domed domes each other, contributing to a beautiful scene.
In general, the temple consists of bell and drum floors scattered far apart, in the middle is the largest hall. Inside, there is a statue of Sakyamuni Buddha. Above the walls surrounding the main hall are intricately carved bronze reliefs depicting Buddha’s life.