Tran Quoc Pagoda

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With social distancing measures starting to be relaxed, hordes of local people have begun to flock to West Lake in Hanoi despite the government’s continual ban on large gatherings to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.

Places of worship on first day of social distancing easing

Plenty of Hanoians headed to Tay Ho temple and Quan Su pagoda around midday on April 23 – the first day after social distancing measures have been relaxed amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.

Worshipping places in Hanoi deserted due to COVID-19

Worshipping places in Hanoi have turned empty as Hanoians are practising physical distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Lunar New Year visit to pagodas embraces Vietnam’s Tet tradition

Vietnamese people often go on a pilgrimage at the beginning of each Lunar New Year to pray for good health, good luck, prosperity, and happiness in the new year ahead.

The Travel lists Hanoi among ten places to visit in Vietnam

Hanoi, a blend of old and modern values, East and West, promises to offer nice surprises to visitors.

Ancient beauty of oldest pagoda in Hanoi

Hanoi's Tran Quoc Pagoda is one of the oldest pagodas in Vietnam. It is famous not only for its ancient beauty but also for its fresh and green space combined with its architecture, cultural history.

Two Vietnamese pagodas listed among world’s top 20 most beautiful

Tran Quoc Pagoda in Hanoi and Buu Long Pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City have been listed among the top 20 most beautiful Buddhist temples voted by the US magazine National Geographic.

 

Must-visit temples in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - Temples are among Vietnam’s most popular attractions, where travelers can marvel at intricate carvings and well-preserved architecture as well as experience the local culture during their holiday. 

Famous pagodas in Hanoi

 With over 1,000 years of history, Hanoi has been Vietnam’s centre of Buddhism for centuries.

Tying the Buddhist knot

 VietNamNet Bridge – More and more young Vietnamese couples are getting married in Buddhist pagodas and monasteries around the country.