My Guide Website?
Full-Day Perfume Pagoda Private or Small-Group Tour147 Reviews
Perfume Pagoda is famous for scenic landscape and sacredness in the religious culture of Vietnamese people. It possesses a good combination of temples, pagodas, moutains and forest.
Our Top Experiences and Tours in Vietnam:If youʻre booking your trip to Vietnam last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
- Enjoy a Perfume Pagoda day trip from Hanoi, led by a knowledgeable guide
- Travel on a scenic stream to the Buddhist temple complex
- Climb the steps to Huong Tich Cave or opt to ride the cable car (optional)
DescriptionEmbark on a full-day tour to visit Perfume Pagoda – a vast complex of Buddhist temples and shrines built into the limestone Huong Tich mountains. Glide along scenic waterways and walk up steep mountain paths as you encounter the area's centuries-old pagodas and temples. Around 8:30 AM, the guide and driver will pick you up at your hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter. After pickup, enjoy a scenic 2-hour drive to Perfume Pagoda. Upon arrival, hop aboard your 1-hour row boat trip on the Yen stream to Thien Tru harbor. Once you have arrived in Thien Tru, you will enjoy time for some trekking, visit the main cave where you’ll arrive at Huong Tich Cave on the top of the mountain. Then enjoy a 1-hour trekking back down or take optional cable car instead of trekking (optional). Next, enjoy lunch at the local restaurant at the bottom of the mountain. After lunchtime, you will see the Heaven Kitchen pagoda and learn about Buddhism ancient architectural at Le Dynasty. Re-board your boat and sit back and relax as you head back to the pier, enjoy 2-hour road trip back to Hanoi. Your tour ends with a drop-off at your hotel around 6:00 PM.
IncludesEntrance fee Pick-up and drop off at hotel in Old Quarter Round-trip coach transport (with A/C) Row boat trip Local lunch English speaking guide
- Things you should take: hiking boots, a hat or an umbrella, sunscreen, sunglasses, cash
- Long clothes are required when you visit temple or pagoda