Yushan Foothills is a famous Taoist Temple in Vietnam, also known as Yushan Temple and Yushan Temple, located on Yushan Island in Huanjian Lake in the center of Hanoi. The content of the antithesis all reflects the deep-rooted Chinese characters in Vietnam.
Discover new ways to explore the area
Located on the east bank of the lake, separated by four pen-shaped stone columns, allegorical gold list title. The gate also has a pair of couplets: "Linshui mountain climbing gradually into the good territory; source to visit the ancient infinite scenery." The gate wall on both sides of the gate, also wrote "fu" and "yao" two Chinese characters, the writing of the court scholar Guo Wenchao.
An ancient Chinese building, this place has Chinese footprints in history, many of the internal text looks familiar, the ancient architecture is also a lot of plants.
This temple is on an island in the middle of Hoan Kiem Lake. It's a nice spot to relax but you can also find the embalmed remains of a gigantic turtle, who was fished out of the lake in 2011. The temple dates back to the 18th century and is pretty small, but again a nice place to visit.
Its a nice place
Νgос Ѕоn Теmрlе sіts оn а smаll іslаnd іn thе сеntrе оf thе lаkе аnd lіnkеd bу а brіdgе, mаkеs а bеаutіful bасkgrоund fоr а fеw рhоtоs. The early morning mist gives a mysterious vibe to the place.
Marooned in the middle of Hoan Kiem Lake is this unassuming quiet temple. It's none of the most visited temples in the whole of Vietnam, so expect to be fighting for elbow room a little. However, if you're lucky and the crowds aren't there, it's a great place to sit and reflect on life for a while. It's also a place which locals come to give offerings to the gods including burning fake money. The temple is connected to the mainland by an attractive bridge which is worth an instagram shot for sure.
Pretty and worth roaming around mainly to get off the busy streets