Made of broken Chinesewear, many big lady buddha statues and realistic monk statues. There's underworld, where dead sinners have to go after leaving the world. 18 floors, the more cruel the deeper you...
The big train is getting off the temple full of porcelain tiles, a very magical place.
Linh Phuoc Pagoda is a boutique in the temple architecture of Vietnam. It looks like a huge openwork carving craftsmanship. The
temple is about seven stories high and is decorated with countless dragons in a dazzling, elegant and magnificent style. The dragon pillar in front of the temple, the dragon carving on the temple wall, the dragon ornament on the temple window, and the dragon pair above the temple gate There is no use of painted pottery, stained glass pieces, and inlaid. There are many Chinese elements in the
temple, such as Xiangyun, dragon, Buddha statues, and even the sculptures of the Journey to the West. The
small train has to be returned after half an hour, so we have to calculate the time to get out of the temple and almost miss the train. This train is actually just for the convenience of the people in the town, but it has slowly become a tourist hotspot. Its a very happy thing to have such a small train in the city.
Take the monorail train from Datun Railway Station and the end is Trai Mat Village. The car will stop at Trai Mat Station for 30 minutes and then return to Dalat. Come here to visit Lingfu Temple. Not so much a temple, Lingfu Temple is more like a craft. The entire temple is inlaid with shredded tiles. From that perspective, the temple is an art piece. How did the
broken porcelain mosaic method rise in ancient Vietnam? It is said that Vietnamese businessmen have entered a number of porcelain bowls from China. Due to the bumps on the road, most of these porcelain bowls were broken when they arrived in Vietnam. Lost. The wealthy businessmen felt that it was a pity that they were left without throwing them away. When building a house one day, the bricks were not enough. The wealthy businessmen saw the broken tiles in the warehouse, and they thought about covering the wall. Not only the broken porcelain has been used, but also the wall of the home has been modified. Over time, shredded ceramic mosaics have become popular in Vietnam.