This is a work built by two ethnic groups of Hoa and Viet and situated in village 10, ward 1, Bac Lieu town (by the Bac Lieu river). It is commonly called Ong Nhon (Ong De) small temple. It is designed in four-pillar style with four roofs and two storeys that are roofed with tube tile and double tile; its gate is semicircle shape. It has simple decoration arts. There are four dragon heads in lower wing roof and two dragons flanking a moon. The curl swords are decorated with relievo. The dominant colours embellishing the pagoda are red, yellow, and green.
Currently, temple worships the Great Buddha, Tran Quoc Tuan statue, Ba Chua Xu statue, colossal statues, mountain god, Buddhist nun Le Thi Lien, and so on. Annual festivals hold in the temple including quiet-seeking ceremony (January 3 – lunar calendar), worshiping ritual of double Five festival (May 5 – moon calendar), and Buddhist holiday (July 15 – moon calendar).
Source: Bac Lieu New Image in Century XXI