The sacred temple in Hanoi you should come to at Tet
The early year temple ceremony in Phu Tay Ho
- Location: Phu Tay Ho is located in Quang An Ward, Tay Ho District, Hanoi.
- Main holidays: On March 3 and August 13 lunar calendar.
- Phu Tay Ho: It is located on the large peninsula between West Lake, formerly covers an ancient village of Thang Long. Phu Tay Ho is one of the sacred shrines to pray for fortune each spring.
Phu Tay Lake is one of the sacred pagodas in Hanoi to pray for merit, worshiping Lieu Hanh (also known as Mau Lieu Hanh). It is located near the West Lake, in the New Year's Day, this place attracts crowds of tourists to pray, beg for the year.
Phu Tay Ho - one of the most sacred place in the temple system of Hanoi
Quan Thanh Temple - Spiritual point of the year
Quan Thanh Temple is located at the intersection of Thanh Nien Street and Quan Thanh Street, Hanoi, on Quan Thanh Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, south of West Lake and near Hanoi North Gate. The temple is also called Tran Vu Quan, worshiping Huyen Thien Tran Vu - the northern town of Thang Long.
Temple of fortune in Hanoi, you cannot ignore Quan Thanh temple - spiritual location attracts many early new year pilgrimage tourists. The temple is not only a valuable historical and architectural work, but also a place of popular cultural beliefs of Ha Thanh people from ancient to present.
Wishes of fortune in Tran Quoc Pagoda
Tran Quoc Pagoda is one of the most sacred pagodas in the North, so you should come here during the Lunar New Year. The temple is located on an island in the south of West Lake.
Tran Quoc Pagoda is often the place where the kings go to see and worship on the full moon, Tet. Today, the pagoda is a busy place for tourists, Buddhists to pray for the good luck to their family, especially in the early spring.
Quan Su Pagoda - a hundred years old ancient pagoda of Hanoi
Quan Su Pagoda – The sacred pagoda
Which pagoda should we go to in Hanoi in early spring? Quan Su Pagoda is one of the sacred pagodas, which you should not ignore. On New Year's Day, the temple is crowded with people and Buddhists pray for themselves and their families to have a good year.
This sacred temple is also the place where Gian Quan Am is displaying the statue of monk Thich Thanh Tu, the former vice president of the Council of the Buddhist Sangha of Vietnam, which is about the size of a real man.
Spring travel scene at Kim Lien Pagoda
Kim Lien Pagoda is also one of the sacred temples in Hanoi. The pagoda is located northeast of West Lake, in Nghi Tam village, Quang An ward, Tay Ho district, Hanoi. This pagoda has imperial palace architecture. The whole gate is made of wood, carved quite elaborately. The pattern is engraved on the truss, head column, head of the temple, mainly tigers, leaves and lotus, stylized dragon, cloud...
Early years going to Ngoc Son Temple to wish
Sacred shrines in Hanoi, including Ngoc Son Temple. Located in the Ho Guom heritage site, it is recognized as a cultural and historical monument in 1980. The Ngoc Son Temple, The Huc Bridge and Hoan Kiem Lake area are destinations that you cannot miss in the beginning of this year. This is also a sacred place, in the past the Bac Ha examiner came to pray for study.
The Temple of Literature was built in 1070
Temple of Literature - Imperial Academy
Temple of Literature - Imperial Academy (aslo called Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Gia) is one of the spiritual places in the new year in Hanoi , is a place to attract crowds of people and visitors to the pray for good luck and learning success. Today, Ong Do street is held on Tet, this is also one of the reasons to attract more visitors to Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam in the new year.
Temple Ha – pagoda of charm and love
At the beginning of the new year, the pagoda attracts many tourists, Buddhists come to the beginning of the year and ask for love. The pagoda is the place where most young people, young men and women come to light the incenses on New Year.
Phuc Khanh Pagoda
Phuc Khanh Pagoda is a famous spiritual destination for the people of Hanoi. The pagoda is located at 382 Tay Son Street, Dong Da District, Hanoi. The pagoda was built after the Post-Le Dynasty, but through wars, chaos and destruction, the temple was completely destroyed. By the 1950's, the pagoda was rebuilt with today's architecture.
On New Year's Eve, a lot of people went to Phuc Khanh pagoda to pray to have a luck new year for themselves and their family.