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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very wonderful inside the pagoda along with several old huge trees. A place that is good for spiritual retreat. Located right in Westlake and there's an ice-cream shop opposite and that is extremely popular named "Kem Ho Tay", tasty!! and cheap!

Thank Breakwell C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Found Hanoi Avery hard place to see as there is not a lot to do in the city there is only the old shopping area and a big lake in the middle which was good to walk around but when we where here they wher...More

Thank margaret p
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Unfortunately the pagoda was shut when we visited (around 12pm) but even from the outside it looked beautiful. I wish we could’ve gone inside. Do note though that you must cover your shoulders and no shorts if visiting.

Thank KellyS3210
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

it's considered a cultural sign of Vietnamese Buddhism, partially for it's the oldest pagoda as well as situated within the center in the capital of Vietnam. More to the point, unlike other standard pagodas, Tran Quoc Pagoda was created in an extremely complex way. Behind...More

Thank Do F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place can walking around the lake and easy to find local food. I spent 2 hours at this place also you can rent a Cyclo to go around the big lake.

Thank mailannt210
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I see many people have reviewed this pagoda as not being as good as other temples in China etc. I don't think that this temple is trying to compare itself with others. It is a religious site and I was thoroughly mesmerised. I only had...More

Thank N G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Certainly worth a look, gorgeous Vietnamese culture, ornate alters within the temples directly on the water. A great walk around the lake through the old quarter takes you throughout the true Hanoi.

Thank Cannon L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A good aspect of sites this way is they're honest in not be over-protected, over-commercialised, and over-preserved, which means you are able to have a relaxing visit. A book is helpful to explain the significance of the different functions and point out items that could...More

1  Thank Martino O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were enthralled seeing the many individuals using the temples. We felt uneasy being vacationers with cameras, in this part that had apparent religious significance for a lot of individuals. It was, however an excellent experience.

Thank Xv G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had very nice visit to Tran Quoc Pagoda, it's located in the small island in West lake. The pagoda is so nice.

Thank caillaudnatha
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Mai S
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As advised below. Respectful to local worshippers.
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