I heard that Viet Phu Thanh Chuong is very beautiful, designed in the model of ancient houses in the North. This weekend, a group of friends and I plan to visit this place, can anyone who have go here can tell me some experience about good things, transportation, fare... when traveling to Viet Phuc Thanh Chuong. Thank you! "(Huynh Anh, Hanoi)
Introduction about Viet Phu Thanh Chuong
For the experience to have a smooth Viet Thanh Thanh trip, you should also take time to learn about this place. Viet Phu Thanh Chuong is designed like a miniature village of North Vietnam, which preserves traditional cultural values, introduces and reflects the typical traits of the beauty of the North Vietnamese countryside.
Where is Viet Phu Thanh Chuong? Viet Phu Thanh Chuong is located at the slope of Day Dieu, Keo Ca dam, Hien Ninh commune, Soc Son district, Hanoi, about 30km north of Hanoi city center.
Viet Thanh Chuong has been introduced by many international newspapers such as The New York Times, Herald Tribune
Opening hours & fare to visit Viet Phu Thanh Chuong
• Opening hours to visit Viet Phu Thanh Chuong: all day from 09h to 17h.
• However, on Monday, restaurant at here does not work, so guests need to prepare food to carry.
The prices of tickets to visit the Viet Phu Thanh Chuong have different prices as follows:
• Adult: 150k.
• Elderly aged from 65 and above: 120k.
• Student: 120k.
• Free for children under 110cm tall.
Note: Ticket price is updated in 10/2016 (For information about ticket price, you can access the latest information on the official website of Viet Phu Thanh Chuong.) No charge for car parking when visiting Viet Phu Thanh Chuong.
For many years, Viet Thanh Thanh Chuong is considered as a private museum with unique architectural style
Guide to move to Viet Thanh Thanh
On the way to Viet Phu Thanh Chuong , depart from Hanoi, you can go by bus or motorbike under the instructions below:
Motorbike: You go along Thang Long highway, turn to Soc Son road to Vinh Phuc, you will see the sign which is very large at the side road.
Follow the direction of Thang Long - Noi Bai highway, cross the checkpoint to the intersection -> Turn left onto Route 2, go 1km, have the first Three-way crossroads - follow the Route 2 about 1km, have the second Three-way crossroads -> On the right side there are road signs on Route 35, golf course Hanoi, Viet Phu Thanh Chuong 7km -> turn right in the direction of the sign until have the sign "Viet Phu Thanh Thanh 300m".
Bus: You go on the bus number 58 to North Thang Long Industrial Park or Me Linh Plaza. Next, transfer to the bus number 64 - Down to Xom Nui 1 and walk to Viet Phu Thanh Chuong.
Or from Cau Giay go on the bus number 07 - to the North Thang Long Industrial Park or Me Linh Plaza. Experience to go to Viet Phu Thanh Chuong next, you move to car 64 - Down to Xom Nui 1 and walk to Viet Phu Thanh Chuong.
Pictures of villages, ancient architectural works are imprints in Viet Phu Thanh Chuong
What is interesting at Viet Phu Thanh Chuong?
Should I go to Viet Phu Thanh Chuong ? Come here, you will admire the overall beauty of the countryside of Vietnam from hundreds of years ago. Especially, with modern architectural complexes with thousands of historical cultural objects from Dinh, Ly, Tran, Le Dynasty...
From the entrance you will admire the ancient beauty of Duong Lam, Tho Ha gate. When entering the gate, there is the familiar, rustic image of countryside, a fishing lake with stone bridge, wells and path leading visitors from the entrance. One of the beauty of the architectural complex here is the old building with different styles and layout.
In addition, the stilt house based on the stilt-house architecture of the Muong ethnic group in Hoa Binh is made of wood with upstairs living and downstairs for reception. In front of the stilt house is a small lotus pond with an ancient stone bridge, surrounded by lush green trees.
In addition to the three typical ancient house architecture, Viet Phu Thanh Thanh also has other beautiful architectures, such as:
• A white five-storey building has a very subtle architecture.
• 5-storey water tower, next to the stilts house which has the architecture based on the Dau Pagoda.
• The outdoor Buddhist temple, surrounded by stone incense sticks, two stone steps leading to the Buddha's feet are set many bonsai.