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The One Pillar Pagoda (Vietnamese: Chua Mot Cot, formally Dien Huu tu 延祐寺 or Lien Hoa Dai 蓮花臺) is a historic Buddhist temple in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. It is regarded alongside the Perfume Temple, as one of Vietnam's two most iconic temples.
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before i visit one pillar Pagoda i had this imagination that it should be a kind of master art or a wonder, but it is just a very small Pagoda in the middle of a pond with no attraction.
but any way, it is the...More
It is located in Ba Dinh Square & next to Ho Chi Minh’s house on stilts. It is a Buddhist temple & one of Vietnam’s most iconic temples.
The pagoda was built in 1049 during the reign of Emperor Ly Thai Tong of the Ly...More
This is a Buddhist temple surrounded by a pond located in the Ho Chi Minh complex.
You can go up the stairs and make an offering or take photos.
Would only spend about 10 mins here but worth a visit if visiting the complex.
This is a tiny Buddhist temple standing on one pillar set in the centre of a small pond. A single flight of steps lead up to the temple. This seems a very popular temple and there are crowds of worshipers and tourists here. Dress modestly...More
One Pillar Pagoda is in the same location as Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum; and sit right beside a building, not sure what's called. Quite a unique site to visit.
The place is open to everybody, but please be reminded it is a sacred ground. There's...More
Local legend tells the story of an ancient Vietnamese emperor who dreamt of having his first son, which was subsequently born resting on a lotus flower.
Following the birth the king commissioned this small pagoda, which is shaped like a lotus flower.
True or not,...More
Worth a look if you are round here,the pagoda is very small set in a small concrete pond with only one small set of steps up to view insideI"m sure the pond looks better at parts of the year when it"s full of water lilies,but...More