The pagoda was built in the shape of the Sino-Vietnamese letter “Khau”, facing southeast. The front consists of three compartments and two wings, a monastery lecture hall in the Southwest, an apse in the northwest and a guest reception hall in the east There is also a long house with five compartments, which is used as a dining hall and for guest reception purpose.
Phuoc Duyen Pagoda is large in scale and divided into two separate areas including area A and area B. In area A, visitors will come across the magnificent statue of Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, surrounded by many neatly trimmed bonsai pots, in addition, when going inside, you will admire the stupa of Most Venerable Thich Danh Le, The Most Venerable Thanh Tue … which was uniquely designed in Thailand, Burma architecture. In area B, what visitors love the most is Tam lake – a uniquely designed lake that could bring a pleasant feeling to travelers when watching the fish swimming in the clear blue water. Also, there is the " Sutra collection Pavillion" – the place where Venerable Thai Hoa worked and lived in the past and is now used to store his books and works.
After many stages of restoration and correction, to this day, Phuoc Duyen Pagoda still keeps its unique architecture and space. Thanks to nature's favor, Phuoc Duyen pagoda always has a peaceful, tranquil scenery, which helps visitors dispel many sorrows and worries in their life.