Tay Phuong Pagoda - Thay Pagoda - Van Phuc Silk Village

Tay Phuong Pagoda - Thay Pagoda - Van Phuc Silk Village
Tay Phuong Pagoda, also known as Sung Phuc Pagoda, built in the 8th century and has been renovated several times since. It consists of three single-level structures built in descending order on a hillock said to resemble a buffalo.
Thay Pagoda is about  30km southwest of Hanoi. It is built in the 11th century during the reign of King Ly Nhan Tong, Thay Pagoda consists of three sections: the outer part for offerings and ceremonies, the middle part for worship of Buddha and the inner part for worship of the monk Tu Dao Hanh, the master after whom the pagoda is named. In front of the pagoda is a small stage built on stilt in the middle of Long Tri Pond. It is the place where water puppet performances are held during festivals from the fifth until the seventh days of the third lunar month.

Van Phuc Silk Village which is just 15km to the west of Hanoi renowned over centuries for its silk products. In recent years, the village has enjoyed the revival of its craft due to a surging demand for silk in both the domestic and foreign markets.

Tour Features

8:30am: Pick up at your hotel in Hanoi, spend a full day to discover Hanoi’s surrounding area and visit Thay & Tay Phuong Pagodas to learn about Viet traditional architecture style, Vietnam Buddhism religion & daily life of local people outside city of Hanoi.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Discover full afternoon in the silk village of Van Phuc. Taking photos & shopping there until 4:00pm.

Return Hanoi.



-  Private Transportation with Air- Conditioner from and back at Tirant Hotel

-  Personal Expense

-  Beverage

-  English Speaking Tour Guide

-  Travel Insurance

Number of Passenger 






16 & Up

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