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Perfume Pagoda

Day Trip

Perfume Pagoda

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$71

Just 90 km from Hanoi, Tam Dao was created at the beginning of the 20th century by the French as a holiday resort for the wealthy.

The Perfume Pagoda is one of the highlights of the Hanoi area and one of the most important religious sites in Buddhist Vietnam. Every spring, after the Vietnamese New Year, thousands of Vietnamese pilgrims come here to pray for all the health and prosperity they need to get them through the year. The pagoda itself is situated in a huge cave built into limestone cliffs and can only be reached by boat or by foot, as there are no roads into the area. You will have the chance to glide along scenic waterways and walk up steep mountain paths visiting the pagodas and temples that were built in this area over the centuries.

Tour Included:

  • Private pick-up & drop-off services
  • Private tour with English or French speaking guide
  • Daily departure from Hanoi.
  • Private transportation
  • Private sampan boat trip
  • Cable car
  • English or French speaking guide
  • Lunch as indicated in the itinerary
  • Admission fees and permits where applicable
  • Services charges and government taxes

Tour Excluded:

  • Pre & post accommodation
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance

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Day 01: Perfume Pagoda

The Perfume Pagoda is one of the highlights of the Hanoi area and one of the most important religious sites in Buddhist Vietnam. Every spring, after the Vietnamese New Year, thousands of Vietnamese pilgrims come here to pray for all the health and prosperity they need to get them through the year. The pagoda itself is situated in a huge cave built into limestone cliffs and can only be reached by boat or by foot, as there are no roads into the area. You will have the chance to glide along scenic waterways and walk up steep mountain paths visiting the pagodas and temples that were built in this area over the centuries.