Tay Ho Pagoda Overview

Dedicated to the Thanh Mau Mother Goddess the Tay Ho Pagoda is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Hanoi. Located on the West Lake’s northern Peninsula this temple draws thousands of people on each lunar month’s 15tth and on Sundays. People come here to receive blessings and good fortune. The intricately carved frescoes, panels, and altars of the temple will thoroughly impress you besides the stunning landscape full of lotuses.

Tay Ho Pagoda, located on the banks of West Lake in Hanoi, Vietnam, is a serene and culturally significant Buddhist temple. Also known as Tran Quoc Pagoda, it is one of the oldest pagodas in the city and holds great historical and architectural significance. The pagoda's beautiful architecture, with its intricate carvings, colorful decorations, and majestic towers, attracts visitors seeking spiritual solace and cultural exploration.

Surrounded by lush gardens and tranquil water features, Tay Ho Pagoda offers a peaceful retreat from the bustling city, making it a serene stop in Vietnam trips packages. Visitors can explore the pagoda's grounds, admire the stunning views of West Lake, and witness Buddhist rituals and ceremonies conducted by resident monks, adding a cultural and spiritual dimension to their Vietnam trips packages itinerary.

Location: Đ. Thanh Niên, Yên Phụ, Tây Hồ, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam

Timings: 8 AM – 4 PM

Highlights: King Ly Nam De built the Tay Ho Pagoda and this 6th century temple is Vietnamese Buddhism’s cultural symbol. The pagoda looks splendid at sunsets during early evenings.

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