Very nice to visit at night ! No ticket only pay for keeping bike if you have motorbike. Should come to visit at night as around 4pm to 6pm because that great time to see view of lake and overview of temple when it turn...More
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Nicely situated on a small island in West Lake the large Pagoda stands tall and impressive in appearance. Wear appropriate attire to visit. Mixture of locals and tourists.
This temple is located on the edge of the West Lake in Hanoi. The pagoda was built about 1500 years ago and is the oldest temple in Hanoi. It has an eleven-storey tower with statues of Buddha on every level. People were walking around the...More
Cover your shoulders and knees to enter most temples/pagodas in Vietnam/Cambodia. Some locals attempt to sell turtles alongside the small causeway that connects roadway with the temple itself. Take a turtle and be prepared to pay for it -- then release in the lake -...More
One of the old temples that a tourist/history/culture traveler must visit. A small causeway links it to the mainland.
The temple is some distance from the center and it is on the way from the pagoda of one pillar. In the temple you breathe peace and atmosphere of faith and religion, be respectful in it. It has a high pagoda where prayers Warning: You...More
From the Hilton Hanoi Opera, it was a decent walking distance to Tran Quoc Pagoda. We made the best of our morning by stopping at the numerous tourist attractions along the way. This oldest Buddhist temple in Hanoi enjoyed an impressive island location in West...More
Beautiful location but is a pretty small Buddhist Temple in Hanoi with free admission. The entrance to the temple is beautiful with the lake just beside the temple. The pagoda is not huge either but overall is a lovely visit. Be sure to check the...More
It was really nice to have a personal tour to explain the details and ask questions. (Our hotel set up the half day private city tour and it was very reasonably priced.)