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Den Quan Tran Vu

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Den Quan Tran Vu

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Escape the bustling confines of Hanoi city, and breath the fresh air on this full-day rural Vietnam tour. With a local lunch of goat meat, fried rice and local fruits onboard, you’ll be fueled for an afternoon of action, taking in the scenery by both bamboo boat and mountain bike. See local villagers going about their daily lives as you come to appreciate a quieter slice of Vietnamese culture.
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Perry H wrote a review Jan 2020
San Diego, California1,805 contributions212 helpful votes
A very old Tao Temple in the middle of town. Once inside it is very tranquil with beautiful interior and architecture. I enjoyed the tranquil feeling and always love the smell of Temple incense. Great for the whole family.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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May Lert wrote a review Feb 2017
Bangkok, Thailand93 contributions3 helpful votes
Strolling along the West Lake. I came across a very attractive place just by the side of the bustling street of Hanoi. The 11th century Quan Thanh Temple ( Tran Vu Temple), a Taoist temple in Hanoi, was dedicated to Xuan Wu, one of the well-respected deities in Taoism. It is served as one of four sacred temples in the capital...Still don't know much about this place as I have no guide and zero skill in Vietnamese, I have been very fond of the place. The ancient looking but well-preserved temple sits peacefully and gracefully on the busy Hanoi intersection with so many things going on outside. Once I step into the temple, I was brought into the past and I felt the calmness and serenity within the temple. I hardly hear the honking and the roaring engines from the outside. Experience it yourself!
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Ross M wrote a review Dec 2016
Frankston, Australia182 contributions100 helpful votes
The temple is so beautiful inside it should be a 5 for excellent...however....the grass is uncleared around the small grounds...nobody looks after the small shop...and nobody generally seems to care ( including the money collector) A lot of locals gather here...a genuine working temple...Must See!
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Date of experience: December 2016
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wciekawychmiejscach wrote a review Nov 2016
Hong Kong, China246 contributions8 helpful votes
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Nice but not big old temple. Many tourist come here. It's nice place to visit for people who like cultural monuments.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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TheShis wrote a review Jun 2016
Tel Aviv, Israel29,099 contributions3,438 helpful votes
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This is a beautiful little temple near Westlake. While it is located on a very busy and noisy road, once you get inside (for 10000 VND ~ 50 cents), the tranquility of the place overpowers the outside noise. There's an impressive statue inside the temple and many locals spend a long time petting its foot.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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