One of the oldest pagodas in Vietnam, Tran Quoc Pagoda is on the eastern shore of Ho Tay, just off Ð Thanh Nien, which divides this lake from Truc Bach Lake. A stela here, dating from 1639, tells the history of this site. The pagoda was rebuilt in the 15th century and again in 1842.
This pagoda is sooo beautiful! I suppose to think in the evening it's calmer in there although during the day could be overcrowded.
A temple you need to visit if you are in Hanoi. Peaceful. Paying a visit is not only to get blessing but to get a calm and better mind set too.
Nothing much to do inside but really just get a lot of photos of the temple. The best view probably is the one at the entrance, with the tower reflecting on the lake. Bring a jacket..it's really cold!
La Pagoda más antigua de Hanoi construída siguiendo los diseños budistas, y tiene tantos niveles como estados budistas, es decir once, por eso la torre hexagonal tiene once pisos
Beautiful pagoda. Unfortunately was closed so could not come in. But even from outside many photo opportunities. Definitely worth visiting.
Very photogenic pagoda with a beautiful lake view especially towards a sunset time. Should visit afternoon.
Прекрасная достопримечательность, очень душевно и спокойно внутри
Thanh Nien roadからHồ Tây (West Lake)に突き出た寺院。その煌びやかさから多くの観光客が見学に訪れていました。拝観料は無料。
actually this is the oldest pagoda in town. probably built in the Le dynasty,@ 5th century.
Nice pagoda. Scenic views on West Lake