You get picked up and transferred to visit Thay pagoda, which was built in the 11th century during the reign of Ly Nhan Tong King. The Thay Pagoda is located in the spectacular mountainous scenery of Sai Son, in the space of majestic mountains and hills, the pagoda seems to bring a peaceful, quiet atmosphere. This temple is associated with monk Tu Dao Hanh who had a great contribution in teaching, healing people, and founding the water puppet art. In front of the pagoda is Long Tri pond and in the middle of which is a stage called Thuy Dinh, where the water puppet performances are held during the village festival.
The unique architecture and magnificent natural scenery have turned the Thay pagoda into one of the most attractive tourist sites in Ha Noi.
Then you will continue to visit the Tay Phuong pagoda. The pagoda was built during the 6th and 7th centuries and has been restored several times. The Tay Phuong pagoda is truly a beautiful gallery for many valuable engraving and sculpture masterpieces. Having approximately 80 statues of all sizes dating from the 18th century. It is not only a historical site with magnificent architecture, but also a scenic spot on the outskirt of Hanoi.
After visiting the two ancient pagodas, you will be transferred back to your hotel.
The tour ends.