Pick you up at the hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter to depart for Thay pagoda. Located in charming scenery, Thay Pagoda is home to restore the historical – cultural values of Vietnam country. Unique architecture and magnificent natural scenery have turned Thay Pagoda into one of the most attractive tourist sites in Hanoi.
Lunch in a local restaurant on route.
The afternoon will be the time for you to visit Tay Phuong pagoda which was the date of the seventh century, has an architecture that is a masterpiece of wood carving in Vietnam. It’s frame made of wood covered with tiles. The shape of the roof is a curve, on the edge of temple roof decorated by a statue of the dragon. The pagoda situated on a hill, after climbing 238 steps of laterite you will reach to the gate of the pagoda. We can admire a collection of 62 beautiful wooden statues, masterpieces of the eighteenth century, including 18 statues of La Han (Arhat in India).
Return to Hanoi. The trip ends at your hotel.
Thay Pagoda Visiting Site/Activity
Chùa Thầy (Thầy Temple or Master's Temple) is a Buddhist temple in Quốc Oai District, Hanoi, The temple was established in the 11th century during the reign of Emperor Nhân Tông of the Lý dynasty. It is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Vietnam.
Tay Phuong pagoda Visiting Site/Activity
About 30km west of Hanoi, Tay Phuong Pagoda, also known as Sung Phuc Pagoda, consists of three single-level structures built in descending order on a hillock that is said to resemble a buffalo. Figures representing ‘the conditions of man’ are the pagoda’s most celebrated feature – carved from jackfruit wood, many dates from the 18th century.
- Private car transfer with an experienced driver
- English speaking tour guide.
- All entrances fees
- VAT and other taxes
- Hotel in Hanoi
- Drinks, gratuities and personal expenses.
- Camera fees (if any)
- Surcharge for peak season (Christmas and New Year)
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