The 16 porcelain paintings are attached to the walls of four towers in the pagoda, including Phuoc Hue tower, Thai Hoa tower, Thanh Tuu tower and Vien Man tower. The paintings were assembled from small pieces of porcelain by artisans from Hanoi’s Bat Trang ancient pottery village.

The 16 paintings have a total area of 192m2. Each painting has its own meaning and features famous landscapes of Vietnam.

At the Quan The Am - Ngu Hanh Son Festival 2023 that will take place in early March, Quan The Am Pagoda will receive a certificate for the Vietnamese record for this set of porcelain paintings.

Quan Am Pagoda, also known as Quan The Am Pagoda or Lady Buddha Da Nang is located at the foot of Kim Son Mountain – one of the five mountains of the Marble Mountains, Da Nang. With charming scenery and unique architecture, this place will bring unforgettable experiences to visitors.
Quan Am Pagoda was built in 1957, is one of the most sacred pagodas in Da Nang. When traveling to Da Nang, you do not forget to visit this place to have the opportunity to admire the scenery, immerse yourself in the pure space and learn about the profound Buddhist and spiritual cultural values.
Da Nang Quan The Am Pagoda was built from the dream of the late Venerable Thich Phap Nhan. In that dream, the late Venerable saw Avalokitesvara appearing in the sacred cave that was also his dharma altar.
Thanks to that, Most Venerable Thich Phap Nhan found a completely natural stone cave where there was respect for Quan Am. This monk felt that it was Buddhism’s miracle and was extremely reverent. Since then, Quan Am pagoda was formed.
The temple campus includes many unique architectural works, which can be mentioned as: the very special bronze statue of Thien Thu Thien Nhan Quan Am, the hall, monks, … Besides, Quan Am Pagoda in Da Nang also has a property. The charming and pure landscape brings a sense of peace to visitors.
Every year, in the 2nd lunar month, Quan The Am festival – one of the biggest traditional folk festivals of the local people will be held at Ngu Hanh Son tourist area. This festival has been recognized as a National Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2021.
The Quan Am Pagoda Festival in Da Nang is an opportunity for people to pray for the nation’s peace, good weather, and show off the culture and religious beliefs of the local people. The festival includes two parts: the ceremony and the festival. 
The ceremony will bring bold Buddhist rituals, solemnly held with various contents.
Following the ceremony will be the festival. The festival section of the Quan Am pagoda festival includes many attractive cultural and sports activities, imbued with national cultural colors such as: costume, Tuong singing, music, painting, chess competition, boat racing, lanterns in the sky, Co Co river, vegetarian cooking contest,…
Participating visitors will have the opportunity to explore and better understand the cultural beauty of this place, as well as have more memorable experiences during their trip.

Ho Giap