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Yen Tu Mountain

Yen Tu Mountain

Yen Tu Mountain is home to the Truc Lam (Bamboo Forest) Buddhist sect, who are now enjoying their fifteen minutes of fame. Their yearly festival kicked off on February 21 – and 3,000 pilgrims flocked to the site in the first few days. I/  YEN TU MOUNTAIN INFORMATION Some 150,000 pilgrims are expected to make […] Read more >>
Introduce Bai Tu Long Bay

Introduce Bai Tu Long Bay

There’s more to northeastern Vietnam than Halong Bay. The sinking limestone plateau, which gave birth to the bay’s spectacular islands, continues for some 100km to the Chinese border. The area immediately northeast of Halong Bay is known as Bai Tu Long Bay. With long and smooth sand banks and clear water waves, Bai Tu Long […] Read more >>
Cat Ba Island In Halong

Cat Ba Island In Halong

A trip to Catba ( VietNamese: Cát Bà) island can be separated or combined with a visit to Halong Bay.This is the largest island in the Cat Ba Archipelago that consists of 350 limestone outcrops adjacent to Halong. I/ CAT BA INFORMATION This is an oasis where you can be apart for one or a […] Read more >>
Bai Chay beach

Bai Chay beach

Bai Chay is a large, beautiful, artificial beach, closed to the coast of Hạ Long Bay. The 100-meter-wide-sandy beach spans over 500 m. Early in the morning or in late afternoon, thousands of people liven up the atmosphere here. I/  BAI CHAY BEACH INFORMATION 300″ alt=”” width=”250″ height=”200″ /> The asphalt road winds its way […] Read more >>
Van Don beach

Van Don beach

Van Don Histotic Archipelago spans 50km of Ha Long Bay and embraces 600 islets spread out like a wall. This area was also one of the Ly and Tran Dynasties (the 11th and 13th centuries). The diverse and abundant natural marine resources here are impressive. The waters around Quan Lan, Minh Chau and Co To […] Read more >>
Loi Am Pagoda

Loi Am Pagoda

Yen Lap Lake and the Loi Am Pagoda are found in the village of Dai Yen, in the Hoanh Bo District. The lake has a total area of 182.2 sq. km, and an average depth of 29.5 m. It is comprised of a main dam (Yen Lap Dam) and two smaller auxiliary ones: the Nghia […] Read more >>
An Sinh Temple and Tran Tombs

An Sinh Temple and Tran Tombs

They were built in the period of Tran Dynasty and restored many times under the following Le and Nguyen Dynasties. Apart from the building of ceremonial shrines at every tomb, the An Sinh Temple was also built with many large shrines for the celebration of anniversary ceremonies. The whole zone became a sacred area held […] Read more >>
Tran Hung Dao Temple

Tran Hung Dao Temple

The Tran Hung Dao Temple lies at a strip of land stretching to the middle of the river in Yen Giang Commune. The temple and Vua Ba Shrine were recognized as historical sites by The Ministry of Information and Culture (No. 100 VH/QD dated January 21, 1990) (supplement to the historical complex of Bach Dang […] Read more >>

Trung Coc Temple

The Trung Coc Temple is seated on a high earthen mound in the middle of the Dong Coc Hamlet of Nam Hoa Commune. The temple is dedicated to national heroes Tran Hung Dao and Pham Ngu Lao. I/ TRUNG COC TEMPLE INFORMATION Long ago, it was built using bamboo and thatch as materials, but in […] Read more >>
Quynh Lam Pagoda

Quynh Lam Pagoda

The Quynh Lam Pagoda was built at the Pre-Ly Dynasty (about the end of the 5th century, begin of the 6th century) and has been restored many times under the Dinh, Early Le, Ly, Tran, Le Dynasties. I/ QUYNH LAM PAGODA INFORMATION Before the pagoda is a great lake, while the three remaining sides are […] Read more >>
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