Tay Phuong pagoda, also known as Sung Phuc Tu, was restored in the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
Tay Phuong pagoda is located on Cau Lau mountain in Thach Xa commue,
Thach That district, 40km to the northwest of Hanoi.
Greek Ambassador to Vietnam Nikolas Kanellos is surprised by the spectacular landscape of Tay Phuong pagoda.
Foreign diplomats offer incense at Tay Phuong pagoda.
Foreign diplomats pray in front of the alter to Duc Ong at Tay Phuong pagoda.
Indian diplomats have visited Tay Phuong pagoda for the first time.
Tay Phuong is the most popular tourist destination of both domestic and foreign tourists.
Tay Phuong pagoda was built with three separate two-storey buildings, namely the Ha (Lower) pagoda,
the Trung (Middle) pagoda and the Thuong (Upper) pagoda.
Tay Phuong pagoda is famous for its sculptures.
The trip helps foreign delegates understand more about culture of the Doai area.
The serene space in Tay Phuong pagoda helps foreign delegates feel peace in their minds.
Foreign delegates are impressed by the ancient beauty of the pagoda.
Enjoying the piece of music “Thousands of Roses” performed with a Dan nhi,
a Vietnamese bowed string instrument with two strings.