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Travelling By Boat On Yen Stream, Huong pagoda, Hanoi
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We go to Hương Pagoda in September, not the festival season to experience the beauty of the nature here. Take a boat along the Yen stream for about 1 hour sightseeing. Yen stream is the main entrance to Huong Tich cave and Thien Tru pagoda.

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