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This temple alongside Lake Hoan Kiem was built in the 19th century, and named after Saint Van Xuong. Confucian scholar Nguyen Van Sieu had a large pen-shaped tower built at the entrance of the temple in 1864, featuring three Chinese characters, Ta...more
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A small , quiet temple in the lake.
Been to quite a few temples across South East Asia and this one definitely won’t be on the list of ones I remember the most.
Worth a visit but will only need 30 minutes max there.
We visited here during our last full day in the city and as part of our sightseeing tour.
This is a small temple but worth a look. It is obviously very popular and many people were worshiping here during our visit.
Very photogenic location across...More
This is a cute little temple on Hoan Kiem lake. We visited this place on the 1/15 lunar new year celebration, so it was a bit crowded. The ticket cost is 30k VND per adult. What makes this temple unique is it is located on...More
very highlights and much pictured small temple located in the cool lake. connected with a nice bridge and much visited. at night due to good lighting, it appears very bright. the whole lake area is nice and u must visit both at day and night....More
You do have to pay to access the temple. The walk takes you across a red bridge which is a popular place for people to take selfies! The temple site offers good views across the lake and is interesting in its own right. At night...More
Down on a small island known as Jade Island in Hoan Kiem Lake is a beautiful pagoda connected to the mainland via a gorgeous red painted wooden Huc Bridge, also known as the Rising Sun Bridge. We did not visit the pagoda/temple, more than happy...More
The temple sits on a small island in the centre of Hoan Kiem Lake and is linked by a beautiful red wooden bridge, which would make a lovely background for photos apart from the never-ending hoards of crowds!! Soo soooo soooo busy! :-S
The lake area is the place to be in Old Town Hanoi. If you are lucky, you will be there on the weekend...when they close the streets down. People are everywhere...strolling, dancing, exercising, singing...it is great.
This temple is in the lake, there is very...More
Yes, the Ngoc Son Temple is beautiful (I know because I have been there before) but now it is closed because of maintenance work and nobody tells you . The Lady at the desk still asks for the entrance fee (ok not too much but...More
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