Vietnam Diaries: Lin Anh Tu Pagoda

This post is part of Vietnam Diaries: Exploring Dalat (Day 3).

We successfully ascended the steps back to the entrance of the Elephant Waterfall in one piece. Save for taking a wrong route on our way up, slipping a bit and getting our footwear dirty, we were ok.

After tidying ourselves up, we headed to the Chua Lin Anh Pagoda, which is just on the right side of the entrance to the waterfalls.

Tourist-free! Well because it’s almost noon and the sun is getting furious. Thank goodness for the cool wind the heat was bearable.

Guarding the steps leading to the main entrance.

A peaceful retreat and shelter from the sweltering heat.

A beautiful towering tree outside the pagoda.

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