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Phu Tay Ho, Hanoi

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Hanoi offers abundant accommodation options for all kinds of travelers on all kinds of budgets. Stay in the popular Old Quarter for the closest proximity to main attractions, where mid-range hotels are popping up amid the dozens of hostels overrun with backpackers. If you prefer peace and quiet to proximity, the French Quarter contains numerous guesthouses and hotels. At the luxury end, four- and five-star hotels offer a full suite of extras and services, resort-like options boast views over West Lake, and sleek short-term rental apartments give you extra privacy.
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  • It is far from the city centre, located by Tay Ho lake. Dedicated to the Mother Goddesses, it boosts a spiritual feeling. Not so many tourists here (unless on weekends), it allows you to spend a coupl...  more »
  • We came here as part of a days tour with Hanoi Vespa Tours. The temple initially looks like a traditional Chinese Buddhist temple but it is actually dedicated to the Mother Goddess Lieu Hanh. It is on...  more »
  • I came here twice because I really love it. First time I went with one guide in novntravel.com and 2nd time I went by myself. They sell a lot of food along the way to get in the temple. If you are for...  more »
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  • The Tay Ho District or West Lake district is located north of the Old Quarter in Hanoi. It is a residential area where you can find some nice restaurants including the restaurant run by Bobby Chinn. At the Tay Ho District you can also find Hanoi Rock City, a great venue for independent live music.
  • This place is a wonderful place to relax at the weekend. People usually come here to wish for any best things to them and their familly. this place is near west lake, then you can stand near the lake, smell the flower and see the sunset on the lake. What a beautiful place.
  • This is one of the most frequent visited place of Hanoi citizens at the first day of the month (Lunar calendar) and New Year. They come to pray for happiness and luck for the future of themselves and their family. It has become the traditional activity for a lot of Hanoi families. The street lead to this place is very small therefore it often gets packed and traffic jam when people come over at the beginning of the month. Pick-pocket is pretty active in here so be aware!
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  • great place for Budhists