Phuc Khanh Pagoda
Phuc Khanh Pagoda It is one of the sacred pagodas trusted by Hanoi people. This place is also known as Chua So, which is an old temple in Hanoi. The pagoda was recognized as a national historical and cultural relic by the Ministry of Culture and Information in 1. On the night of the 1988th of the New Year, after the New Year’s bell at 30 o’clock, people invited each other to Phuc Khanh Pagoda to gather fortune. the begin of the year. In addition to wishing for luck to fill the whole year, Phuc Khanh Pagoda is also famous for being sacred in praying for fame and love.
Whether it’s early morning or late afternoon, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day or weekday, the temple is always crowded with tourists and young people to pray for luck, pray for peace, find a sense of peace in a peaceful space. quiet, ancient temple. The general mood of girls and boys when they go to pray for fate in Phuc Khanh Pagoda sometimes it’s the joy of going to the temple in each other’s hands, sometimes it’s anxiety, misery… But what they feel most clearly is the peace of mind. From there, they believe that their wishes will come true.
- Location: 382 Tay Son, Thinh Quang Ward, Dong Da District, Hanoi
- Opening hours: 05: 00-21: 00
- Admission: Free
The pagoda was built during the reign of King Ly Anh Tong, also known as Chieu Thien Tu. This temple is famous in the hearts of Hanoi people as a place of meditation. The official name of the temple inscribed on the stele in Thinh Duc year is Chieu Thien Tu with the meaning: Because of the obvious good, it is called Chieu. The pagoda is the place to worship the famous Zen master who attained enlightenment of Vietnamese Buddhism – Tu Dao Hanh. Lang Pagoda It has a superficial beauty because it has a harmonious architectural complex, in proportion to the space. The architectural works in the temple harmonize the nature around the temple, from the garden to the rows of ancient trees creating a quiet, ancient space…
Lang Pagoda was once considered the first pine forest (the most beautiful pine forest) in the ancient Kinh Ky place. Lang Pagoda This is one of the ancient temples, which also preserves many ancient Buddha statues and other artifacts. Therefore, Hanoi people always believe that this is one of the most sacred temples in Thang Long land. Many young people come to the temple to pray for good fortune in the early spring of the new year, and pray for peace, luck and health for their families.
- Address: Chua Lang Street, Lang Thuong, Dong Da District, Hanoi
- Opening hours: 07: 00-17: 00
- Admission: Free
Phu Tay Ho
Phu Tay Ho located on a large peninsula in the middle of West Lake; now belongs to Quang An ward, Tay Ho district, Hanoi city. Phu Tay Ho worships Lieu Hanh Princess, a legendary character, a talented woman who can sing songs, poetry and virtues, one of the representatives of the Mother Mother in our country and one of the four immortal saints. death in Vietnamese beliefs. According to legend, the palace was built around the 17th century but possibly later. Because in the books about the relics of Thang Long – ancient Hanoi born in the early 20th century such as Thang Long fairy tale, Long Bien Bach Nhi bay, Tay Ho Chi, Ha Thanh ancient relic, … are not recorded. about this monument.
Today people go Phu Tay Ho not only to pray for fortune but also to pray for grace. Coming to Tay Ho in the last days of the year, you will encounter many girlfriends and boyfriends walking alone full of mood. Coming to Phu Tay Ho, young people all want to pray for a perfect predestined relationship. Phu Tay Ho is considered one of the most sacred places in the system of temples and pagodas in Hanoi.
- Address: Dang Thai Mai, Quang An, Tay Ho District, Hanoi
- Opening hours: 05: 00-19: 00
- Admission: Free
When it comes to praying for fate, people will immediately think of Ha Temple famous in Kinh Ky. Ha pagoda has the literal name Thanh Duc Tu, together with Boi Ha communal house, formed a cluster of communal houses – Ha pagoda is located on the land, formerly in Dich Vong village, Tu Liem district, now in Chua Ha street, Dich Vong ward. , Cau Giay district, Hanoi city. According to legend, Ha Pagoda was built for King Le Thanh Tong (reigned 1460-1497) to express his gratitude to the great ministers Nguyen Trai, Nguyen Xi, Dinh Liet who had taken care of him and abandoned Le Nghi Dan to take him. crowned king in 1460.
Ages ago long ago, Ha Temple has been a destination for young people who have encountered many difficulties in their love life. People who are in love wish for a beautiful and happy love forever; lonely people hope to find their other half soon. Elderly people pray for health and peace for their families. Especially not only on the full moon day, the first day or the beginning of the new year, but it seems that all year round, the temple is always crowded. The people here believe that the silk thread of the men and women who are blessed by praying for blessings at the temple will be extremely strong and attached. That is why many people are interested in coming to the temple to visit and pray for good luck.
- Address: Chua Ha Street, Dich Vong Ward, Cau Giay District, Hanoi
- Opening hours: 06: 00-18: 00
- Admission: Free
Quan Su Temple
Quan Su Temple This is the most famous ancient temple, in the center of the capital. On the last day of the year, at the beginning of the new year, a lot of people, Buddhists in Hanoi and nearby come to Quan Su pagoda to go to the New Year’s ceremony with the hope of a happy and lucky new year for their families. Young people come here to pray for their fate to have a new year without difficulties, have strong love, and be attached to their other half.
This temple was chosen as the central headquarters of the Buddhist Association of Tonkin in 1934. Besides the Three Worlds, Amitabha Buddha, Avalokitesvara, Dai The Chi, and Shakyamuni Buddha, Quan Suc Pagoda It also worships the famous national monk under the Ly dynasty, Nguyen Minh Khong. Up to now, the Vesak Celebration of the Vietnamese Buddhist Church is still held at the temple with the support of a large number of volunteers, monks, nuns, Buddhists and the people of the capital. People come to the ceremony to pray for good luck and pay their respects.
- Address: 73 Quan Su, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
- Opening hours: 06: 00-19: 00
- Admission: Free
Am My Nuong-Co Loa Temple
Am My Nuong located in Co Loa pagoda (Hanoi). In the temple, there is a small temple to worship a beautifully decorated and luxurious headless statue to commemorate Princess Mi Chau, who was beheaded by her father for treason in the past. The legend of the faithful and ironic love story of My Nuong and Trong Thuy in the past has touched many people, believing that coming here to pray for fate will be inspired. The people of Co Loa still pass on a thrilling story about a fisherman casting a net on the Hoang Giang River pulling a statue with a human figure sitting cross-legged, with his hands parallel to his knees but losing his head. People believe that this is the statue of Princess My Chau who fulfilled the old saying, drifting back to the East Sea to the land of the ancestors to serve the king.
Since then, every year, people in the area have sent people to look after them Am My Chau, the appointee must have good morals, a full and happy family, and mature children. Also because the folk tale has not yet had emotional confirmation, Am My Chau is said by people to be very successful for praying for charm and family happiness. Just like that, a station of ten, people flock here looking for happiness. Therefore, My Nuong Am is said by people to be very successful in praying for charm and family happiness. People flock to Am My Nuong every spring to wish for luck, good and happiness for themselves and their families.
- Address: Co Loa Commune, Dong Anh District, Hanoi
- Opening hours: 06: 30-18: 00
- Entrance ticket: 10.000 VND/person/time (tickets purchased to visit Co Loa citadel)
Tran Quoc Pagoda
Tran Quoc Pagoda located on an island east of West Lake (Tay Ho district), with a history of 1500 years, is considered the oldest in Hanoi. The architecture of the pagoda has a harmonious combination of majesty, antiquity, elegant landscape amidst the quiet background of an immense lake. With historical and architectural values, Tran Quoc Pagoda is famous as a sacred Buddhist place of the people of Hanoi. As the Buddhist center of Thang Long citadel in the Ly and Tran dynasties with historical and architectural values, Tran Quoc Pagoda is famous for being the sacred Buddha’s door and attracting many Buddhist followers. and visitors, traveling in and out of Vietnam.
So it’s no wonder Tran Quoc Pagoda It is one of the places that many people come to pray for luck. Young people often come to the temple to pray for good fortune and luck for the new year with the witness of the Buddha and their devotion and beliefs. Tran Quoc Pagoda was once on the list of the most beautiful temples in the world. The pagoda is located right in the center of Hanoi, so if you want to come here to pray for luck, it’s very convenient and easy to find.
- Address: Thanh Nien Street, Tay Ho District, Hanoi
- Opening hours: 08: 00-16: 00
- Entrance ticket: 5.000 VND/person/time