Thay Pagoda

Built during the Ly dynasty in the 11th century, Thay Pagoda (Sai Son, Quoc Oai, Hanoi) was officially recognized as a special national relic by the state since 2015, being one of the oldest and most historically significant pagodas in the northern region with special cultural values.

Ending the trip

This pagoda is closely associated with the Zen master Tu Dao Hanh, who made great contributions to teaching, healing the sick, and founding the famous traditional water puppetry in Vietnam.

Returning to the sacred land of Thay Pagoda, we will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the pagoda, Zen master Tu Dao Hanh, with many unique pieces of information and the historical values of Buddhism at that time.

The return to old land

Along with that, practical activities such as participating in chanting sessions, meditation will be special experiences during your trip.

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