Huong Pagoda - a spiritual journey to the Buddhist land Videos

Huong Pagoda - a spiritual journey to the Buddhist land

Huong (Perfume) pagoda is well-known as not only a religious site, but also a great sight-seeing spot in the country. During its festival, the nation’s most elaborate one, which lasts from the beginning of January to the end of March of the lunar calendar, the pagoda attracts millions of pilgrims and visitors.
Spring festivals in full swing in Hanoi Culture - Sports

Spring festivals in full swing in Hanoi

Around 40,000 visitors made the pilgrimage to Huong Pagoda in Hanoi’s My Duc district on January 30, the sixth day of the Lunar New Year, to attend the opening of the longest running festival in the country.
Huong pagoda welcomes flocks of tourists Travel

Huong pagoda welcomes flocks of tourists

Within the first five days of the Lunar New Year 2020, Huong Son – Perfume (Huong) pagoda relic complex in Hanoi’s outlying district of My Duc welcomed some 150,000 tourist arrivals.
The path of Buddhism Destinations

The path of Buddhism

Huong, Tam Chuc and Bai Dinh pagodas are home to beautiful scenery and relics showing the development of Buddhism in Vietnam. They have formed a tourist route attracting pilgrims and visitors.
Hanoi: Huong pagoda festival opens Culture - Sports

Hanoi: Huong pagoda festival opens

The three-month Huong Pagoda Festival, the largest of its kind in Vietnam, kicked off in Huong Son commune, Hanoi’s outlying district of My Duc on February 10 (the sixth day of the lunar new year), attracting numerous visitors with less congestion than previous years.
Hanoi launches festival hotline Culture - Sports

Hanoi launches festival hotline

The Hanoi Department of Culture Sports has officially announced a hotline to receive reports from residents and localities about activities related to cultural festivals as well as difficulties in organising and managing festivals in Hanoi from 2019.
Ministry vows to improve management of festivals Society

Ministry vows to improve management of festivals

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and local authorities have pledged to join forces to boost the management and organisation of cultural festivities across the country, with the aim to prevent commercialisation and distortion of history.