City break, Special interests,
Thanh Chuong’s Viet Phu (Thanh Chuong Palace) is a Vietnamese cultural, traditional architectural style estate. First built for aiming at living but under the skillful hand and the artistic mind of Thanh Chuong musician, this property has become the lively and elegant Viet palace with antique houses, antique statues, furniture, stone wells, pond bridges among a vast of other antique things harmonized with human. Take this day tour to visit Thanh Chuong Palace to learn more about typical Vietnamese culture and architecture.
What to expect
+ Typical Vietnamese culture and architecture revival at Thanh Chuong Palace
+ Walk leisurely around this tranquil and beautiful complex of Thanh Chuong Palace
+ Visit Giong’s temple and learn about our legend of fighting invaders
If you are on limited time and schedule, this tour could be in half day even though you can discover this attraction in depth.
8.30. Meet at your hotel and depart to Thanh Chuong’s Viet Phu – an ancient Viet’s architecture, in Hien Ninh commune, Soc Soc district, about 30km away from Hanoi city.
Arrive at Thanh Chuong palace, contemplate the beautiful landscape there: the tower, the fish pond, the roofs of the estate’s temples and pagodas which are considered as the collection of ancient Vietnamese culture. Thanh Chuong is the famous musician and his palace’s architecture is reflected his sophisticated style: from the various doors opening to different directions to many statues and ceramic, pottery and stone objects that had been collected carefully by Thanh Chuong for the last 30 years. Take your time and walk leisurely around this tranquil and beautiful complex would ease every stress or tiredness inside you.
Combining Giong temple for full day tour.
Have lunch at the restaurant, and relax before heading to the Giong Temple nearby (about 2km away from Thanh Chuong palace). Or you could also combine with a visit to ancient Co Loa citadel.
On arriving at Giong’s Temple, you would have chance to understand more about the legend of Saint Giong as well as do sight-seeing at the Temple. Built in the pre-Le Dynasty (980) to worship Saint Giong, his mother, and local gods and goddesses, the temple was last restored in 1992 and was recognized as a national historic relic in 1962. After climb up to Non Nuoc pagoda on the top of the mountain, you would be amazed at the biggest Buddha Statue in the Southeast Asia region, made from bronze which is 20 tons weight and 8.4 meter high.
15.00. Get back on car and return Hanoi. Tour ends at your hotel about 16.00.
PRIVATE TOUR Price quoted in USD per person in private group.
|No of travelers||2 pax||3-5 pax||6-8 pax||9 up|
|Half day tour||$50||$40||$29||$25|
|Full day tour||$62||$52||$40||$36|
Not fit your requirement? Feel free to contact us to plan this trip and get the best possible price based upon your travel period and specific touring needs.
- Transferring by private vehicle, pick up and drop off at hotel
- Entrance fees
- Lunch at local restaurant (full day tour)
- English speaking guide
- Mineral water
- Drinks, personal expenses and other not mentioned above
- Travel insurance,