Van Hanh Monastery

Published:  16:13 Tuesday - December 14, 2010 It includes the imposing Tam Quan (three-entrance gate), the main court hall, Vietnam Buddhism Higher College office, the Institute of Buddhism Research office and the Translation Council of Vietnam Prayer Books office.

Location: Van Hanh Monastery is situated near the road between Phu Nhuan and Go Vap Districts.


Characteristic: It includes the imposing Tam Quan (three-entrance gate), the main court hall, Vietnam Buddhism Higher College office, the Institute of Buddhism Research office and the Translation Council of Vietnam Prayer Books office.


Van Hanh Monastery regularly welcomes international Buddhist delegations and other foreign visitors. Devotees from all over the country come to this monastery to celebrate Buddha’s birthday and to take part in preaching sessions.

Source: Vietnam Nation Administration of Tourism

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