Ba Vang Pagoda, also known as Bao Quang Tu, was built in 1706 under the dynasty of King Le Du Tong. Its founder is Zen Master Mahasamon – Tue Bich Pho Giac. Moreover, Ba Vang Pagoda is the pagoda that have been classified as historical monuments in the province of Quang Ninh, represents Truc Lam Yen Tu Zen style. There is 123.81 ha land, and it is considered as being at the best location.
Through the ups and downs of history, changes of time and the ravages of nature, the original pagoda was no longer present. It was restored in 1988 and rebuilt in 1993 in order to meet the demand for religious activities and beliefs of the local people and tourists. Many valuable historical and cultural relic made by stone, ceramics dating from the thirteenth and fourteenth century have been currently displayed at the pagoda.
Nowadays, Ba Vang Pagoda is becoming a more attractive destination for spiritual tourism in Vietnam and a reliable destination for pilgrims. It has increased the confidence of the majority of Buddhists across the organization to visit the pagoda.