Hung Long Tu Pagoda

On Phu Quoc Island, quite a few religious leaders found some sort of enlightenment. Check out some pagodas!

Hung Long Tu Pagoda, also known under the name of Su Muong Pagoda is around five kilometres away from Duong Dong town near the main street that leads to Ham Ninh. To get into the main hall of the sacral building, visitors need to climb about 60 steps. The pagoda has been founded by the famous monk Nguyen Kim Muon, who lived between 1892 and 1946.

Hung Long Tu Pagoda, Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam Hung Long Tu Pagoda | photo: Gavin White (cc-by-nc-nd)

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