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One Pillar Pagoda

Ong Ich Khiem St | Ngoc Ha, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi 100000, Vietnam
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  • Average42%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible1%
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“lotus pond” (19 reviews)
“single stone” (15 reviews)
“ly thai tong” (14 reviews)
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Ong Ich Khiem St | Ngoc Ha, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi 100000, Vietnam
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Reviewed 2 days ago

It is like a Lotus locates on the lake. should visit in Ha Noi. Also it is a sacred and ancient pagoda

Thank Sonata_ResortandSpa
Reviewed 2 days ago

but if you're visiting the Mausoleum anyway, then by all means walk past for a quick look on your way to the exit.

Thank Barbara M
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

There is nothing much special but the construction. I like to visit the old constrution of temple in my Hanoi trip.

Thank An C
Reviewed 4 days ago

Unless you are on the grounds of the Presidential Palace, it would be a waste of time and energy visiting this one pillar pagoda. This is a tiny Buddhist temple built on a single stone pillar. I understand that ladies need to cover bare shoulders,...More

Thank Manny B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited the One Pillar Pagoda and it was nice if you have excess time. Rather than spending a day seeing the government buildings, the Opera House and the One Pillar Pagoda (all located in close proximity, I would spend the day going to Trang...More

Thank Janet O
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This miniature pagoda is situated at the exit of the Presidential palace complex. After passing a row of souvenir shops you'll notice it on your right hand side. The pagoda is set atop of a pillar which is stuck in a small rectangular pond. There's...More

1  Thank B1714D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Ladies need to cover arms. Walk up few steps and then you are at a small temple with amazing energy which holds the female buddah.

Thank rodaholiday
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Due to its proximity to several other attractions it is worth an effort to see, especially if you can learn its story beforehand. It is a very quaint building but surprisingly small.

Thank gdown64
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Fantastic bonus site within the grounds of the Presidential Palace complex and very unique in its design. The One Pillar Pagoda can be seen after visiting Ho Chi Minh's Residence (which is after the Presidential Palace and small museum buildings). The temple is built a...More

1  Thank DJEargasm
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Still you must be respectfully covered and climb the stairs to see this little gem. It is a part of the HCM park area in the Presidential Palace area where HCM raised home is and the park area lovely to walk about. Don't miss it....More

Thank LovinLifesJourneys
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Baby8883
Hi, is there much shopping around the Ngoc ha area? I have read that there is a Ngoc ha market around.. appreciate your thoughts.
21 February 2016|
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Response from Traveler-O-World | Reviewed this property |
The Ngoc ha market comprises of shops along the streets.
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