A journey to Bai Dinh Complex and Trang An Ecological Tourism Site

(VOVworld) – Tens of thousands of people visited the Bai Dinh Temple Spiritual and Cultural Complex and the Trang An Ecological Tourism Site in Ninh Binh Province during the Lunar New Year holiday from January 27th to February 2nd. Visitors enjoy the magnificent view and prayed for a new year full of health and prosperity. Bai Đinh is a complex of Buddhist temples on Bai Dinh Mountain in Gia Vien district. It is considered the largest complex of Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia and has become a popular site for Buddhist pilgrimages from across Vietnam.

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A tour guide says: "About 1,500 electric cars are mobilized to take tourists to the Bai Dinh Temple"
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500 stone Arhat statues are displayed in the hallways
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The largest structure, Tam The Hall, rises to 34m at its roof ridge and is over 59m long
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The 22m Bell Tower
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Three bronze Buddha statues representing A Di Da (Amitaba Buddha) – the Budda of the Past, Thich Ca Mau Ni ( Siddharta Buddha) – the Buddha of the Present, and Di Lac (Maitreya Buddha) – the Buddha of the Future, inside Tam The Hall


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Bronze statue of Quan The Am Bo Tat (Akavalokite Buddha)
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The nearby 4,000 ha Trang An Ecological Tourism Site is a UNESCO-recognized World Heritage Site
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Boats line up to enter the caves
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Local rowers take tourists through the natural caves
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Local rowers take tourists through the natural caves
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Tourists arrive at Trinh Temple, the final destination, after two hours traveling by boat

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