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Ngoc Son Temple

1,143 Reviews

Ngoc Son Temple

1,143 Reviews
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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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TravelinGypsey wrote a review Jul 2020
257 contributions27 helpful votes
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Beautiful, peaceful & interesting history of this sacred place! A great place to visit and scope out in old quarter area; it’s cheap, doesn’t take too much time at all but is relaxing. Located on beautiful Hoan Kiem Lake; tons of things to do in this area! Follow @travelingypsey on Instagram & GoogleMaps!!!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Pedro Raffainer wrote a review Jun 2020
Madrid, Spain18 contributions
This is the Temple of the Jade Mountain and is located on the Jade Islet in Hoan Kiem Lake. This temple is small, but it's unique location makes it a must visit in Hanoi.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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amanda5805 wrote a review May 2020
Duncan, Canada3,864 contributions183 helpful votes
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We arrived here later one afternoon around 4:15pm and spent about an hour. It cost 30,000VND (about $1.75CAD). They close at 5pm but didn't r rush people out but didn't let anyone else in.This has the most picturesque bridge. There was so many people here when we got there and everyone wanted the same picture on the stunning red bridge. It is located in the Old Quarters and is a small island on Hoam Siem Lake. There was so many people all sitting around like bumps on a log. it was really weird. Then all of a sudden they lite the whole place up. So It all started to make sense that is what most of the people were there for that. So it might be better to go at a different time of day. Who knows maybe it’s nuts all day. The temple was very nice with fresh flowers every where. The temple was built in the 18th century on the Island in the middle of the Lake of the Returned Sword. Legend has it the emperor was given a magical sword which helped him defeat the Chinese Ming Dynasty. When he defeated the Dynasty the Golden Turtle returned to the lake. There are endangered large soft-shell turtles still swimming in the lake. Lots of locals were there to make their offerings. The grounds and temple are well maintained. It has a beautiful view over the lake.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Khushbu Mehta wrote a review May 2020
Bengaluru, India2,480 contributions84 helpful votes
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Located right in d centre of Hoan Kiem Lake. Its a beautiful sight to behold,esp in the evenings when its all lit up. U have to walk through the red bridge to reach the temple. Its closed by 6pm. Can spend half an hour here. Quite peaceful.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gmglcfc wrote a review Apr 2020
Kirby Muxloe, United Kingdom266 contributions51 helpful votes
Nice looking Temple on a small island in the lake visited via a bridge . Small entrance fee. Not a lot to see but worthwhile even if just for the photos
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Date of experience: March 2020
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