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Kim Ngan Temple is one of the oldest still standing temples in Hanoi's old quarter. Restored in 2009, this temple holds secrets of the past, a window into Vietnamese culture and sheer historical beauty.
This communal house on 42-44 Hang Bac Street was built by the street’s first inhabitants who had come from the village of Trau Khe (in Hai Duong province) and who were specialised in the smelting of silver ingots. ...
In the French colonial period, Hang...More
This temple is easy to miss but it is actually right on a busy main thoroughfare on Hang Bac Street in central Hanoi. Look for it, enter and you won't be disappointed, it is beautifully but simply decorated. There is traditional live music there several...More
Easy enough to find though - north side of Hang Bac, between the junctions of Ma May and Ta Hien.
Probably only worth visiting when there's a concert on, otherwise you'll only be there five minutes at most.
Live music, dance, song - 8pm every...More
They present a concert of traditional music in the evening at this temple. We've been to Hanoi several times and finally went to a performance. I wish we had done so much earlier. The music is lively and entertaining, and the costumes stunning. We'll go...More
Is amazing old temple with interesting inside architecture and traditional decoration dated more then half a centery ago or even more
Temple surrounded by nice garden and the hole atmosphere there is good for meditation, site seen and mindful thoughts
Located in a 700 year old temple on Hang Bac street, This is definitely the most authentic performance of traditional Vietnamese Art in Hanoi.
Celebrating different arts throughout Vietnam, including the once outlawed art of Ca Tru: Which is certainly interesting to experience. It's a...More