This temple is a building for foreigners. The temple is quite large. You can see a lot of wonderful Vietnamese Buddhist culture here. This building is on the side of the street. Many foreigners will visit The worship is performed here.
The Ambassador Tower is also known as Quan Su Tower. When we visited, there were many worshipers. It turned out that this pagoda was specially built to welcome Buddhist ambassadors from neighboring countries. Over the centuries, other pagodas have been damaged and have been the headquarters of the Vietnamese Buddhist Association since the mid-18th century.
Guanzhe Temple is a Buddhist temple in Hanoi, Vietnam, located at No. 73 Guanzhe Street. The temple is the headquarters of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha Society. Due to historical changes, the embassy no longer exists, leaving only the Buddhist temple. But every first and fifteenth day of the lunar new year, many believers gather together.
When visiting the famous prison in Hanoi, you can stop by this small temple. Now it is also endowed with a functional building organized by the Buddhist Association. There are many monks inside. If you are lucky, you can see them doing things. Usually it is a relatively quiet temple, and tourist groups basically do not enter it.
There is a Buddhist temple near Hoan Kiem Lake. The Buddhist Association is here to work. It may be an office space, so there are basically no tourists. It is a very quiet place.