Too many tourist groups visiting the pagoda. Not too much to rave about. However, one can have a nice stroll around the complex.
The structure is interesting as is the site and the history. However, during our trip we had already seen many pagodas so probably by this stage we were a little jaded. It is certainly worth a visit if you are in the area, but for us there was not a "wow" factor. Having said that we do have rather a... More
The best way to get here is by taking a dragon boat. Once you arrive just walk around and enjoy the history, sights, and the grounds. At the very back there is a chain-link fence with a beautiful view of an old cemetery with some ancient tombs. Don't forget to check that out.
An active monastery originally constructed in 1601,sits in tranquil gardens above the banks of the Perfume River. Visit the monks superb bonsai collection in the courtyard behind the main prayer hall. A beautiful calm place to visit in a hectic day of touring.
This pagoda doesn't appear at first to be worth the stop, but the temple is well maintained, atmospheric with incense and resonant gong bowl, and visited by numerous tourist worshippers. The real highlight in our minds, however, was the fabulous bonsai collection behind the temple. Walk all the way to the back of the temple grounds for an interesting view... More
Walked here from Camellia Hotel Hue - 50 mins. Location was busy with usual vendors - option of getting here by boat too. Pagoda Tower was interesting, but not spectacular. I got some good pics, but the grounds were also busy and not unique for me. We went Sunday pm. Worth a trip as part of something more perhaps -... More
We walked up to the pagoda from our hotel in the Hue tourist district (around 1-1,5 hours walk) being surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the city. When we climbed the steps towards the entrance a feeling of serenity and peace enveloped us. Beautiful grounds, which are well kept, with a impressive bonsai tree garden. This is a very... More
A decent boat trip - worth doing. The Pagoda had pleasant grounds and the Citadel was vast and interesting
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