Free Hanoi visit monuments during Lunar New 6 Hare

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Free Hanoi visit monuments

Free Hanoi visit monuments during Lunar New 6 Hare.

According to the decision of the MPC,  Hanoi, in the 30th, 1st and 2nd Tet Lunar Hare 2015, 6 scenic spots, historical sites in Hanoi will be free entrance ticket for the city’s residents and visitors.

Free Hanoi visit monuments  - Duong Lam ancient village
Free Hanoi visit monuments – Duong Lam ancient village

Specifically, the attractions include relics 6: Ngoc Son Temple, Quan Thanh Temple, Tay Phuong Pagoda, Thay Pagoda, Chua Huong, Duong Lam ancient village will not charge in 3 days Tet (from 30 to end of 2nd Year).

Besides, according to the decision of the MPC, Hanoi, on other occasions, TP. Hanoi regulations objects 50% fee of all the scenic, historic, cultural works, including people with severe disabilities; Elderly people (citizens Vietnam for 60 years and older); the beneficiaries of preferential policies to enjoy culture; for persons eligible for both or three case deals only 50% of the premium.
Particularly at Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam, Ngoc Son Temple, the relics Loa, Quan Thanh Temple, Hoa Lo Prison ruins, Park Center Thang Long Citadel, pupils and students aged 15 years and older if any student card, students also receive a 50% fee.

The very first stop-over of any foreign tourist in Hanoi is always Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (translated as Temple of Literature), which reveals the Hanoians’ spirit of study in the past! Situated at the south of Thang Long citadel, is on top of the historical and beautiful sightseeings of the beautiful capital of Vietnam.

In the past, Van Mieu was held in great reverence not only as a major centre of Confucian thought and study, but also for its status as the apogee of learning in Vietnam and the only route to becoming a mandarin. Regardless of rank, those on horseback were obliged to dismount and walk their steeds when passing the in front of the complex.

Today, the quiet queues of worshippers and acolytes have given way to tourist coaches that disgorge noisy tourists in their hundreds several times a day. Nevertheless, we recommend a visit, but arrange it to coincide with off-peak periods so that our visitors can experience the remarkable qualities of a place steeped the echoes of thousands of long dead scholars steeped in the pursuit of enlightenment.

In Vietnam, there is another Van Mieu in Hue, but it is least famous than Van Mieu in Hanoi.