Built in the Ly Than Tong Dynasty (1128-1138), Lang Pagoda offers visitors the chance to escape the hectic streets and sample ... More
Built in the Ly Than Tong Dynasty (1128-1138), Lang Pagoda offers visitors the chance to escape the hectic streets and sample the atmosphere of rural Vietnam. It is set among the market gardens of the suburbs, next to a cemetery of opulent mausoleums. An ancient concrete and wooden gateway is flanked by stone elephants, while a more recent octagonal pavilion occupies a central courtyard. Large trees provide a shaded, peaceful setting where local students read and paint.
Whether you are on business or to enjoy a holiday at Hanoi, Orchid Paradise Hotel Group is the most ideal
and paragon place to stay. Located and bounded by a bustling commercial in the old quarter of Hanoi center. ...
This small lake between the Old Quarter and the French Quarter is central to Hanoian folklore. A ghostly shrine (the
Turtle Pagoda) standing on an islet at its center pays homage to a golden turtle. In the 15th century, ...
This pagoda is situated on an island linked by a bridge to the causeway between West Lake and Tran Bach
Lake. Founded in the early sixth century during the Ly Dynasty, it was moved from next to the Red ...