Built 1780 by Chinese and Vietnamese inhabitants, Phuoc Duc Temple (Bang Pagoda) is the ancient temple of Chinese origin community in Bac Lieu Province to worship God of the soil …
Located on the bank of Bac Lieu River in Bac Lieu Town, Bac Lieu Province, Quan De Pagoda is the unique architectural structure built by the Chinese origin people.
The Chinese origin residents living in the area consider the pagoda as a cultural symbol of their community. The pagoda was originally built in 1835 by a Chau Quai salt merchant who encouraged the local citizens to raise funds for its construction.
It houses several precious religious artifacts; and Quan Van Truong, a Chinese military mandarin from the San Kuo period, is worshipped here.