89A Phan Boi Chau Street, Thong Nhat Ward, Buon Ma Thuot City, Dak Lak Province. Khai Doan is a pagoda of the Viet people living in Dak Lak Province.
Khai Doan Pagoda was built between 1951 and 1953, in a large open area in Buon Ma Thuot. The pagoda’s architecture is in tam character style, with a three-entrance gate at the front. In the middle there is a central chamber, and at the back there is a house for worshipping ancestors. The three-entrance gate consists of two floors with three arched doors, 7m high and 10.5m wide. The sanctum of Quan Am was constructed separately from the pagoda’s main structure, and has six sides featuring cloud and dragon decorated pillars. The central chamber is comprised of two sections; the front is built in the long-house style of the Western Highlands, with the pillars and rafters of the Viet. The back of the chamber was constructed in a modern style.