Doi Co Temple, Cam Lo Pagoda
Doi Co Temple, Cam Lo Pagoda
Doi Co Temple, Cam Lo Pagoda
Doi Co Temple, Cam Lo Pagoda
Doi Co Temple, Cam Lo Pagoda
Doi Co Temple, Cam Lo Pagoda
Doi Co Temple, Cam Lo Pagoda
Doi Co Temple, Cam Lo Pagoda
Doi Co Temple, Cam Lo Pagoda
Doi Co Temple, Cam Lo Pagoda
Doi Co Temple, Cam Lo Pagoda

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Time to visit a place: 60 phút

Open Time: 7:00 AM - Close Time: 5:59 PM

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Address: Phường Bình Minh thành Phố Lào Cai tỉnh Lào Cai Phường Bình Minh, Thành phố Lào Cai, Lao Cai Province

Doi Co Temple and Cam Lo Pagoda are located in a pretty location in Binh Minh Ward, Lao Cai City, Lao Cai Province. In front is a clear blue stream leaning against a large hillock, Doi Co temple is also known by other people as "Co Doi" temple in Cam Duong. The temple has existed for hundreds of years and is associated with many legends and mysteries that: Once upon a time in Lao Cai, there were two very young daughters in their twenties from Dinh Bang village - Bac Ninh. cloth trade. The two girls often sleep in the village of Chieng On to trade and exchange cloth for other products to bring back, the feelings of the villagers with the two girls are growing closer and closer. Then one day Chieng villagers suddenly discovered two dead girls drifting back to the village, the elderly in the village told that it was the two young girls who often transported goods and fabrics to Lao Cai to supply the drum soldiers. invaders. The two women were discovered killed by the enemy, threw their bodies into the stream, and then drifted to Chieng On ... View more

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Doi Co Temple and Cam Lo Pagoda are located in a pretty location in Binh Minh Ward, Lao Cai City, Lao Cai Province. In front is a clear blue stream leaning against a large hillock, Doi Co temple is also known by other people as "Co Doi" temple in Cam Duong. The temple has existed for hundreds of years and is associated with many legends and mysteries that: Once upon a time in Lao Cai, there were two very young daughters in their twenties from Dinh Bang village - Bac Ninh. cloth trade. The two girls often sleep in the village of Chieng On to trade and exchange cloth for other products to bring back, the feelings of the villagers with the two girls are growing closer and closer. Then one day Chieng villagers suddenly discovered two dead girls drifting back to the village, the elderly in the village told that it was the two young girls who often transported goods and fabrics to Lao Cai to supply the drum soldiers. invaders. The two women were discovered killed by the enemy, threw their bodies into the stream, and then drifted to Chieng On village (Doi Co temple area). To show their gratitude, the people of Chieng village set up a shrine to worship the two girls. Since then, the villagers have prospered, and the crops have grown. ... Not only locals but also tourists from all over the world come here to burn incense in memory of the two kind young girls who have always been a blessing. for the people to live a peaceful and prosperous life. The main holiday of Doi Co Temple is held on September 13 (lunar calendar).



Cam Lo Pagoda is located adjacent to the Doi Co Temple Relic. According to the story of the ancients in the village, the temple was built nearly 200 years ago, then there were two translators named Ly Loi (in Heo village) and Pho Nga (in Trang village) each. have a different personality. Ly Loi is very cruel and rich but has no children to follow the family line. Pho Nga has a poor family but loves the people, the family has many children, the two men have different ways of thinking and doing, which leads to conflicts. One day on the occasion of eating new rice, Ly Loi's servant went to invite guests in Heo village to come home to celebrate the new rice but did not return, nor did the horse be found.

After a while, the horse suddenly returned, the owner's family followed the horse's path to the village of Xa Pho people, here Ly Loi gathered people to interrogate and learned that the horse belonged to Pho Nga's servant. to send; Because the two homeowners hated each other, Pho Nga's servants ambushed the horse and startled Ly Loi's servant, then cut him to death and sent the horse to the village, this incident was trusted by Pho's loyal servant. Ivory kept secret. After this incident caused Pho Nga and her family to be in trouble, Pho Nga was imprisoned, the family was separated. One day Pho Nga's younger brother came to visit him in prison, there was a large horse in the camp. tamed, Pho Nga saw that and adopted the horse. In just three days, the unruly horse became docile. So the prison camp acquitted his brother, Pho Nga, then the two brothers returned to the village to work together and live a simple and frugal life. As for Ly Loi, he was constantly ill, sold all his possessions to cure his illness, and sent people back down to place a stone Buddha image and transported it by river. When putting the statue on the boat, the boat swayed and overturned the statue, allowing people to look for it but couldn't find it. Ly Loi saw it as a bad omen, so he placed the statue a second time, but this time he made a huge worshiping ceremony before transferring to the boat, the trip was smooth sailing to Cam Lo pagoda. At that time, Cam Lo pagoda was damaged and dilapidated, Ly Loi immediately sent a wood buyer to repair the temple and move all the stone Buddha statues into the temple. After he died, his family brought his incense bowl to the temple to worship.

Cam Lo Pagoda holds the largest main holiday on the 12th day of the 4th lunar month with a large scale meaning to commemorate the birthday of Buddha.

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