Thay & Tay Phuong Pagoda

Code: AEDL - 11
Half day
  • Hanoi-Tours (35)
  • Hanoi-Tours (37)

Tour code: AEDL – 11

Type of tour: Daily tours

Duration: 1 Day

Itinerary: Ha Noi – Thay Pagoda – Tay Phuong Pagoda

Advantage: Thay Pagoda (Master’s Pagoda), also known as Thien Phuc (Heavenly Blessing), is dedicated to Thich Ca Buddha (Sakyamuni, the historical Buddha).Tay Phuong Pagoda (Pagoda of the West), also known as Sung Phuc Pagoda, consists of three single-level structures built in descending order on a hillock that is said to resemble a buffalo. Figures representing ‘the conditions of man’ are the pagoda’s most celebrated feature – carved from jackfruit wood, many date from the 18th century. The earliest construction here dates from the 8th century.


Number of pax

01 pax 02 pax 03-06 pax 07-09 pax 10-14 pax 15 pax up


$ 105 $69 $ 59 $ 45 $ 35

$ 29

Joined group

Not Available


  • Transfer and transportation by private car
  • Sightseeing and entrance fee as per the mentioned itinerary
  • English-speaking guide
  • Lunch at local restaurant


  • Travel insurance
  • Drinks and beverages
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips for guide and driver
  • Other things not mentioned in the program

Children rates:

  • Surcharge 50% price of adult for children (5-11 years)
  • Over 11 years is adult’s price.


  • The itinerary can be changed due to weather, operating conditions,…
  • Special request (diet or vegetarian, …) should be sent before your departure

You will be picked-up from your hotel for travel outside Hanoi to two picturesque pagdodas, built into dramatic limestone outcroppings in the middle of green rice fields.

Starting with Thay Pagoda known as Thien Phuc (Heavenly Blessing), is dedicated toThich Ca Buddha and 18 arhats appear on the central altar. In front of the main pagoda is a small stage on stilts, where water puppet shows are staged here for festivals. A small path leads up the rock to a smaller pagoda perched above.

Continue to the Tay Phuong Pagoda, also known as Sung Phuc Pagoda, consisting of three buildings built in descending sequence on the hillside. The earliest construction here dates from the 8th century.

At the end of tour, you will dropped to your hotel.


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