1. Costumes
According to the concept of Buddhism, in a sacred place of worship, simplicity and sanctity are always given the top priority. Therefore, when you come to the Buddha’s door, you should choose elegant clothes. Do not wear short skirts, blazers, split skirts, cut-out outfits…
For Buddhists, they must wear ceremonial robes when going to the Buddha shrine in the temple.

2. Shop for gifts
When you come to offer incense at pagodas, you should buy vegetarian offerings such as: incense, fresh flowers, ripe fruit, oản, sticky rice, tea… Do not place salty rituals in the area of ​​the Buddha hall, which is the main hall, which is the main place of worship of the temple pagoda.
Do not buy votive paper, money from the underworld to offer to Buddha at the temple. Real money should not be placed on the altar of the main hall, but should be put in the merit box.
3. Praying
According to the Buddhist concept, the Buddha only blesses peace and protects the Buddha’s children, but cannot protect the public road, fame, fortune, and fortune. Therefore, when we pray to the Buddha’s door, we should ask for protection and protection from the Buddha. In the temple, you can pray for luck in career, love…

4. The principle of in and out
Temples and pagodas are pure places, when entering temples and pagodas, you need to go lightly and speak quietly.
When going through the three-way gate to enter the temple, you should enter the Giả quan gate (on the right) and exit through the Không quan gate (on the left). The Trung quan gate is only for the “Thiên tử”, the high monks, and the academics who enter the temple and go out also follow this door.
After that, visitors can meet the abbot, the reason is because the temple is governed by the abbot, there are monks, monks and nuns, the temple is preserved and Buddhism is transmitted, so when entering the temple, you must follow the rules.

5. Principles of address
With the monk, he calls himself Amitabha Buddha, white teacher, etc. and claims to be his son. Calling like that means seeing the monk and remembering Shakyamuni teacher, we are calling like that is addressing Shakyamuni.