After visiting the Christ Hill, we proceeded to the Guan Yin Temple which was just a few minutes drive away. According to our guide, as Vietnam have majority of both Christian and Buddhist, you will noticed that whenever there is a Chinese temple, nearby to it will be a church and vice versa.
Guan Yin's statue.
At the entrance of the temple, an old lady were selling hot 'taufu fa'. It has added sagu and the ginger syrup were so thick and flavorful. The original should be eaten with coconut milk but we did not go for that.
And he insisted to put the burning incense on his own.
After visiting the Guan Yin temple, our next stop were at the Whale Temple. Click here for a virtual tour. It is a very small temple and we only stopped for about 5 minutes or so for the guide to tell us some of the history.
After lunch, we headed back to the city. We will be staying at the same hotel (which we stayed on Day 1) until the end of the tour.
By the time we reached the city, it was already dinner time. The journey back to the city were longer, comparing to the day we came because there was a massive jam at the jetty. That night, we had beef noodles at a local restaurant. YX and mum had lemongrass BBQ pork rice.
Something happen after dinner.
something to do with the roadside French Bread (Banh Mi) ......