Huyen Khong Son Thuong Pagoda, Hue is a special attraction for tourists due to its harmonious combination of nature and human life. Huyen Khong Son Thuong Pagoda is a temple located in Cham village, Huong Ho ward, Hue city, Thua Thien Hue province. The pagoda belongs to the Southern Buddhist sect, founded by Most Venerable Giới Đức in 1989.
Huyen Khong Son Thuong Pagoda is surrounded by hills and nestled in the middle of a vast pine forest called Van Tung Son. The pagoda is located 300 m above sea level, thanks to the surrounding forest and water, the atmosphere here is mild and pleasant. The pagoda’s space covers an area of over 10,000 m2, including the Outer Temple and the Inner Temple: the Outer Temple is for activities and worship, while the Inner Temple is entirely for meditation.
Huyen Khong Son Thuong Pagoda is built mainly of wood, without elaborate decoration, but instead, it harmonizes with the surrounding nature. The pagoda is also decorated with carvings, paintings, statues, and calligraphy works of Most Venerable Gioi Duc.
Along the pagoda, tourists can admire unique and beautiful architectural works such as Thanh Toan Bridge, Linh Mu Pagoda, Khai Dinh Tower. Tourists can also take a boat along the river to admire the scenery, listen to traditional Hue songs, and feel the peace, elegance, and romance of Hue.
Huyen Khong Son Thuong Pagoda is a testament to the creativity and artistry of the people of Hue, a spiritual and ancient beauty of Hue. This is an unmissable destination when tourists visit Hue, to feel the beauty of a golden age and a musical soul of the people of Hue.