During a recent meeting on festival organization, Dang Van Canh, Vice Chairman of the My Duc district People’s Committee and head of the festival organizing board, confirmed that preparations for the festival have been completed.

This year, e-tickets will be used instead of paper tickets to help alleviate congestion and overcrowding during the initial days of the festival.

The Huong Son relic site management board has made improvements in boat management, as well as the arrangement of restaurants and traffic control.

Approximately 3,800 – 4,500 boats have been authorized to provide services at this year’s festival. Additionally, there will be 110 electric cars available on three routes: Hoi Xa bus station – Yen Vy ferry station, Duc Khe bus station – Dong Cu station, and Road No1 bus station – Tuyet Son pagoda ferry station.

Visiting Huong Pagoda is a spiritual journey to the Buddhist Land, where the Goddess of Mercy resides.

Visitors have the opportunity to explore pagodas, temples, and caves, which are the main attractions at the Huong Pagoda festival. They can also participate in ceremonies to seek blessings from Lord Buddha.

Built in the late 17th century, the Huong Pagoda Complex is home to a multitude of pagodas, temples, and caverns adorned with magnificent stalactites and stalagmites.

The Huong Tich cavern, featuring the autograph of Lord Trinh Sam in 1770, is described as the most beautiful cave in the country.

In 2018, it was designated as a special national relic site.