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Quan Thanh Temple

Quan Thanh and Thanh Nien Sts., Hanoi 100000, Vietnam
04-823-4378
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Quan Thanh and Thanh Nien Sts., Hanoi 100000, Vietnam
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Reviewed 28 April 2017

Near Ho Tay (West) Lake, so worth a visit if you're in this district. A gated entrance from the street opens up into a lovely courtyard with grapefruit trees. The temple is small, but atmospheric. Unfortunately our visit was somewhat marred by having just been...More

Thank carleton23
Reviewed 26 April 2017

Another wonderful older temple that is a treat to visit and enjoy, easy access near the centre of the city

Thank 368stephenn
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

I liked this temple. It was very quite and the garden had some beautiful carvings and mosaics on the walls. The enclosure have high walls so you forget that you are right next to a very traficated road. There's a very large bronze statue in...More

Thank EllenChr
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Amazing temple with a zen atmosphare. Really interesting once seeing the big buddha which was settle before building the temple.

Thank Amy L
Reviewed 8 April 2017

It overlooks the water and it is a really nice place to walk around. A bit far from the old quarter but worth the tuc-tuc ride.

Thank Susana R
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

Never cared for paying to visit a temple.Not expensive,but really a fee.Old place,15 minutes are enough,a few good photos,but nothing special

Thank zalnikor
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Good place to start a walking tour of Hanoi as its just a short stroll down to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. It is a large Temple and has the second largest bronze statue in Vietnam.

Thank ironian
Reviewed 13 March 2017

I went to Quan Thanh Temple during the weekend when I had some spare time, nice place, well worth a visit should be in the area

Thank Jacmac00
Reviewed 6 February 2017

Next to West Lake, it is the best temple I've visited in Hanoi. It was very crowded because I visited during Lunar New Year Period. There're beautiful gardens.

Thank Meryl L
Reviewed 6 January 2017

This is a great spot with beautiful gardens, lovely temple and so many photo opportunities. We strolled through the grounds and loved the turtle sculptures and the temples were filled with lots to see. We had a tranquil, enjoyable afternoon but noticed two tour buses...More

Thank serendipity44988
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Shefali76
Hello, i plan to visit Hanoi first week of June and here is how i have planned the day: • Fine Art Museum – takes 1.5 hours inside the museum. • Museum of History - takes 1.5 hours inside the museum. • Hoan Kiem Lake & The Huc Bridge • Ngoc Son Temple • Quan Thanh Temple • Ma May ancient house Recommendation suggestions please?
30 April 2016|
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Response from ThomasBo | Reviewed this property |
Your list is a very good itinerary for Hanoi, but you should not miss Hoa Lo, often called 'Hanoi Hilton' - the former French security prison, which was also used for the US prisoners of war. It is a very interesting museum... More
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