Being a next-door neighbor of Hanoi, Ha Tay is known as a
province with a great many of cultural and historical architectures and
natural landscapes. Each temple and pagoda here are hundreds of years old.
In the village, behind the bamboos, in the ancient cottages, the calm life
has remained unaltered for centuries. All will lead the tourist back to
the past with a peculiar characteristic culture that wont be succumbed to
the lure of the modern life.
The Perfume Pagoda, one of the most famous and wonderful
landscape of Vietnam, situated on the Perfume Mountain. It is a group of
remarkable vestiges; especially the Perfume Pagoda is well known as the
first cavern in the Southern Sky.
Thay Pagoda is place where Buddha and superior monk Tu Dao Hanh with his
three reincarnations are worshipped.
Tay Phuong Pagoda consists of a collection of La Han (Arhats) statues
(eighteen wooden statues standing for the wood carvings of the Later le
Van Phuc silk village, located on the Nhue riverside, about 10km from
Hanoi, is famous for its silk weaving since the old time.