Long Hua Temple
Cabaguio Ave., Bajada, Davao City, Davao del Sur
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Look, it's Kuan Yin, and she's shining, shimmering, splendid.
Welcome to the Temple of the Dragon, one of the biggest Buddhist temples in the country.
I'm not a Buddhist, but this is one of the must-see tourist attractions in the city, no doubt.
The temple's architecture and interiors are marvels in themselves. Great attention to detail, I must say! And the landscape and scenery were just lush. They gave that serene and calm vibe to this sacred place.
This temple is also easily accessible as it's along one of the main roads in the city.
PS. Regards kay Manong Guard for being so friendly.
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I come here everyday since behind this temple is my beloved elementary and highschool called Philippine Academy of Sakya Davao.
Our Chinese subjects include a religion class which was Buddhism. So we we're taught how to pray in this temple and who is Buddha, etc.
When class is dismissed. You see a lot of students staying here. Most students are staying here waiting for their drivers to arrive. We would sit by the stairs going up the temple, or hang by the Koi pond.
This temple is actually the biggest in Mindanao and the most popular in Davao City. Our temple actually has worshiping Monks and Kung Fu Monks(yes, our PE is Kung Fu!). Inside you will also see a lot of wood carvings of Buddha.
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