Cycling Perfume Pagoda: Experience Vietnamese Buddhism Culture
This Cycling Perfume Pagoda journey is undoubtedly ideal for you if you’re looking for a way to escape the hectic bustle of Hanoi’s central city and ride into the adjacent rural to discover Hanoi from a different angle.
This Hanoi bike tour 1 day will allow you not only to discover the history of the area and Vietnamese Buddhism but also to take in the magnificent scenery.
1 Day Cycling Perfume Pagoda Vietnam Biking Tour
After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, at 7:30 in the morning, the biking coach and shuttle bus will pick you up at the hotel and head to the cycling point in Xuan Mai.
When arriving at the cycling point, we will study the traffic rules, how to operate the bicycle and equipment, and how to ride safely. We start on a concrete road and head to Perfume Pagoda.
The Perfume Pagoda, Chua Huong, is located in a stunning cave over 50 meters high.
The journey begins with an hour-long rowboat ride up a quiet, waterlogged valley on the Yen stream, stopping at the Trinh temple en route.
Here, you will need to climb the stairs to the top of Perfume mountain for more than an hour after arriving to see the Huong Tich pagoda. After exploring the cave, which is regarded as among the most stunning granite caverns in all of Vietnam, you will travel to your starting point and eat lunch at a local restaurant.
The largest and most significant pagoda in northern Vietnam, Thien Tru, is the next stop on our trip of Perfume Pagoda biking after lunch. We’ll head to the dock for the boat ride to the Duc Wharf, where your car awaits. After a fantastic bike trip from Hanoi to Perfume Pagoda and its surroundings with us, you will return to Hanoi in the mid-evening.
Among the attractions of a trip to Northern Vietnam is the Cycling Perfume Pagoda Tour, one of the most sacred pagodas in the region. A great reward for your journey is the scenic landscapes, which include mountains, streams, rice farms, and waterlily blossoms along the road.
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