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Chua Ngoc Hoang
The Chua Ngoc Hoang (Jade Emperor Temple), is located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, popularly known as Saigon. The Chua Ngoc Hoang Pagoda is one of the most popular religious sites in Vietnam and is mostly visited by the tourists visiting Vietnam and the city of Ho Chi Minh. The pagoda is also known as Tortoise Pagoda. The temple is filled with quite a number of figurines and is regarded as one of the finest in Saigon. You will be impressed with the atmosphere, the animals, and the statues, of course.
What is the Chua Ngoc Hoang?
The Chua Ngoc Hoang temple is an ancient monument which was built by a man named Liu Ming, in the early 20th century. According to scholar Vuong Hong Sen, the Liu Ming was the "vegetarian net, keeping religion Master, founded will to overthrow the Manchu, made ​​money just to create the temple as a place of worship and to the secret society". Since 1982 Venerable Thich Vinh Khuong temple belongs to Vietnam Buddhist Church. By the year 1984, the power Chua Ngoc Hoang was renamed "Phuoc Hai Tu".
Architecture and Worship
Chua Ngoc Hoang Pagoda as an ancient temple, has style like temples of China with brilliant decorative motifs. Temple brick, tiled roofs, decorative top edge, with many roof angles colored ceramic objects. In the temple there are many works of art: painting churches, statues, including blue, and solidarity... made with materials like: wood, ceramics, paper mache. Wide 2,300 precincts m2. The front has a small monument Passport France statue. Triple gate featuring sinuous lines of the two water wave dragon postural "European competition."
Why you should visit the Chua Ngoc Hoang?
Jade Emperor Pagoda has long been listed in the city’s must-visit tourism destinations. It welcomes a huge number of Buddhists during several traditional holidays, including the Lunar New Year, the Lantern Festival, and the Buddha’s Birthday. Daily domestic and foreign visitors visit this place to admire this huge temple. Vía biggest festival is the Chua Ngoc Hoang took place on 9 January (lunar calendar) every year. In October 15 in 1994, the Chua Ngoc Hoang Pagoda was recognized as a monument of architecture national art. Local sources claim that, the Chua Ngoc Hoang Temple was classified as a Buddhist Monastery after the Vietnam reunification in 1975.So, since then it has been officially known as Phuoc Hai Tu, Fuhai Monastery. The entrance of the temple bears the name of the monastery but the original name Chua Ngoc Hoang Temple remains popular with locals and tourists.
President Obama visited century-old pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City
U.S. President Barack Obama visited the century-old pagoda as his first destination after arriving in Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday afternoon, part of his ongoing trip to Vietnam scheduled for May 22-25. He visited the Jade Pagoda to pay tribute to and admire the cultural traditions of Vietnam and had a conversation with several Buddhist monks. The U.S. head of state, with his visit, made this place more popular than it was earlier.



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