This is a small pagoda with the 19-meter-high white Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva statue facing the sea with a hand holding Cam Lo bottle and gentle, virtuous face. It is a beautiful statue and also an attraction of the tourists when coming to Vung Tau.

Quan The Am Bo Tat (Pagoda of Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva) is located on Tran Phu Street, about 500 meters from Bai Dau.

Built in 1976, the highlight of this pagoda is a giant white Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva Statue located at the middle of the pagoda’s campus. The Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva stands on a lotus with a kindly and virtuous face and the Cam Lo pot in the hand looking to the sea. The pagoda is one of the most famous destinations for many pilgrimages to this beautiful city.

Behind the pagoda is the mountain, in front is the sea. The pagoda is always an attraction for holidays and monthly full moon days.

Everyday, the pagoda attracts many tourists to visit and worship, especially onfull moon days. If having the opportunity to visit Ba Ria – Vung Tau, you should not miss a tour of visiting Quan Am Pagoda, to be able to find an oasis of calm, and dispel fatigue and worries of daily life. Moreover, you can discover the beauty of culture and tradition here.

Location: The pagoda is on the Big mountain detour, Vung Tau city, 500 meters away from Strawberry beach.

Please contact Mr. Tien for Vung Tau City Tours 
Mobile: +84 918 386 520