The most special feature of the architecture of Hung Ky pagoda is the intricate decorative pieces of ceramics, after nearly a century still glaze color.
Located in Hung Ky Pagoda Alley, Hai Ba Trung District, Hung Ky Pottery Pagoda is a very unique ancient architectural of Hanoi.
The pagoda is also called Vu Hung Tu and its name is Vo Hung Truyen Am, and was built in 1932 by Mr. Tran Van Thanh (aka Hung Ky), a national bourgeois.
Under the roof, there are many decorative that recreate scenes in Journey to the West – a popular Chinese Buddhist novel.
The house behind the main hall has many original porcelain works, describing Buddhist stories.
Some works are also annotated with the Vietnamese script.