Hung Yen - 4 Attractions You Must Visit
About Hung Yen
Hưng Yên is a province in the Red River Delta of northern Vietnam. Throughout the historic periods, ancient forebears have left in Hung Yen thousands of valuable relics. Those architectural works are temples, pagodas, communal houses, shrines, tombs, etc.
Types of Attractions in Hung Yen
List of Attractions in Hung Yen
Bat Trang Pottery Village
Bat Trang, traditional porcelain and pottery village with history of seven centuries, is an interesting attraction in Hanoi that tourists should not ignore. Located in an area rich in clay, the village has advantage of ingredients to create fine ceramics. Moreover, lying besides the Red river, between Thang Long and Pho Hien, two ancient trade centers in the north of Vietnam during 15th-17th century, Bat Trang’s ceramics were favorite products not only in domestic market, but also foreign.
Chùa Thái Lạc
Thai Lac Pagoda is in Lac Hong commune, Van Lam district, Hung Yen province. The pagoda belongs to Tu Phap Pagoda system, worshiping Buddha and Phap Van. The pagoda is famous for its sculptures from the Tran dynasty.
Văn Miếu Xích Đằng
Văn Miếu Xích Đằng is a Confucian temple located in Hưng Yên City. It is also known as Văn Miếu Hưng Yên. The Văn Miếu Xích Đằng was built in 1832, and belongs to the province now located in Hưng Yên City, province of Hưng Yên.
Vĩnh Tuy Bridge
The Vĩnh Tuy Bridge is a bridge over the Red River (Vietnamese: Sông Hồng) in Hanoi which was completed in 2008. It was one of the Millennial Anniversary of Hanoi commemorative projects along with the Thanh Trì Bridge. It is unrelated to a smaller Vĩnh Tuy bridge destroyed in 1966 by the United States Air Force bombing.