Population complex Giong Temple is located in Ve Linh mountain area - also known as Soc mountain, Ve Linh village, Phu Linh commune, Soc Son district, Hanoi. The origin of this relic complex is just a shrine worshiping a very small Dong Thien Vuong and Non Nuoc pagoda built during the reign of King Dinh Tien Hoang.

How to transfer to Thanh Giong Temple

Giong Temple

Located in a district in Hanoi, Giong temple has been famous for thousands of years. From the center of Hanoi, visitors can pass the Nhat Tan Bridge to Vo Nguyen Giap Street to National Highway 18 around Mai Noi Bridge and go to Highway 3 to the road to Giong Temple. Secondly, you can go through Thang Long Bridge to Vo Van Kiet Street, and you have to go TL 131 to Highway 3 and follow the road to Giong Temple. The third way is to cross Long Bien bridge, follow Ngoc Thuy road through Dong Tru bridge to National Highway 5, prolonged road 5 / Truong Sa road to Vo Nguyen Giap street to National Highway 18 to Highway 3 is to Giong temple.

Furthermore, besides transferring by private car, tourists can also choose bus or motorbike for traveling. 

Place for eating

Many tourists are always concerning that it is difficult to find the best place to eat around Giong temple at a reasonable price. But, you can visit Vu Nghia restaurant, Thanh Thuan restaurant or etc.

Giong Temple

Thanh Giong is also one of the four immortals of Vietnamese folk culture beliefs. He is the saint who symbolizes the spirit of fighting against invaders and the power of youth. Currently, the relics of Temple relics include Temple of Temple, Mau Temple, Non-Nuoc Pagoda, Dai Bi Pagoda, Thuong Temple, Cultivated Stone, Saint Giong Monument and stone stele recording the history of the Temple Festival. Nearby there is also Vietnam Buddhist Academy.