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DESTINATIONS Hanoi Monday, 14 September 2015

Perfume Pagoda in Hanoi

The pagoda is a famous for not only beautiful scenery but also the Vietnamese Buddhism culture which is different from others.

This is an attractive destination for many visitors. In the spring, when the nature is very beautiful, there are a lot of festivals here. They attract visitors take part in to pray for heath, succeed, happiness and the best things.

Perfume beatiful scenery.
Perfume beatiful scenery.

Vietnamese people believe that going to pagoda is not only to pray but also to come back to the spiritual realms after working days of the year.

The Perfume Pagoda becomes a familiar spiritual destination for Vietnamese and foreign visitors. Every year, when the white-dotted cover the mountains, millions of visitors eagerly go on Perfume Pagoda pilgrimage which is in Huong Son commune, My Duc district, Hanoi city.  The festival is lasted from 6th lunar January to the end of lunar March.

Perfume Pagoda's festval
Perfume Pagoda's festval

The pagoda is a famous for not only beautiful scenery but also the Vietnamese Buddhism culture which is different from others. This is a set of many caves and temples with a harmonious construction. The nature is very ingenious when arranging this destination with river, forest and awesome people.

Huong Tich cave
Huong Tich cave
Perfume Pagoda's festval
Perfume Pagoda's festval

This beauty attracted not only visitors but also rhymesters, such as: Chu Manh Trinh, cao Ba Quat, Xuan Dieu, Che Lan Vien, Ho Xuan Huong… Now the pagoda is the national relic which bears the mark on Vietnamese culture.

More information:
Location: Huong son commune, My Duc district, Hanoi
How to get there: To get here from Hanoi, head out of town on Tay Son Rd to the southwest, which turns into Tran Phu and continues for 14km to the town of Ba La in Ha Dong district. There you'll find a turnoff to the left for Route 21B (look for the distance markers, and a huge billboard at the triangular roundabout pointing the way). Continue for 33km to the village of Dai Nghia. A sign there points left to the pagoda, but market stalls often block it with their umbrellas, so watch out. From there it's 21km to Huong Son, at the middle of a four-way intersection. Continuing straight as you arrive leads to the bus station, but departing buses pick up from the intersection. To reach the boats, take a right where the sign indicates Ben Yen/Yen Vy, 1km away. Once in Ben Yen/Yen Vy, rent a boat, but DO NOT go directly to the boat ladies on the landing, who will try to charge you 200,000 dong per trip. Find the ticket booth by looking for the sign reading 
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