Princess Lieu Hanh is one of Vietnamese four immortals – among Chu Dong Tu, Tien Dung, and Tran Hung Dao. She is also a leading figure in the mother goddess cult Dao Mau, in which she governs the celestial realm. Lying on the area of 335 m2, the temple was built in 1557 and it faces the South China Sea (normally called East Sea). During Tet holidays, the location rises in curls of incense-burning by local fishermen. They come here for praying for lucks.
Lieu Hanh Princess temple is in the cultural and historical sites of Ngang Pass. This is a cultural relic cluster that hides many potential for socio-economic development of the province.