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Best Time to Visit Ha Giang

Best time to visit Ha Giang As a mountainous province, Ha Giang brings the characteristics typical of mountainous weather areas in which temperature greatly varies between day and night: cool in daytime and cold at night. There is also a...

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Dau Go Cave

Dau Go cave is located on Dau Go island, far from Thien Cung cave 300 meters. After climbing 90 rocky steps, we will find  Dau Go cave with the area is around 5000 square meters. Like many other caves, there...

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Phat Diem stone cathedral

There is no doubt to say that Ninh Binh is the homeland of many picturesque natural landscapes, ancient pagodas, and temples. The province is also well known as the center of Catholicism in Northern Vietnam, especially in Phat Diem town,...

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Cuc Phuong national park

Cuc Phuong national park was established in 1962 which is the oldest and biggest national park in Vietnam. The park expresses a great value of historical significance with prehistoric tools, ancient tombs were discovered in some of the caves. Furthermore,...

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Thai Vi temple

Well hidden between majestic limestone mountains and stretching rice fields, Thai Vi Temple is a beautiful jade in this valley. The temple was built by King Tran Nhan Tong after a victory of invading force in 1258. The main part...

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Bich Dong Pagoda

After the boat trip in Tam Coc, there is a perfect cycling route to Bich Dong pagoda which is only 2 kilometer from Tam Coc pier. Bich Dong Pagoda was built in the 15th century on Ngu Nhac mountain, it...

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Tam Coc

After the movie “Indochine” won the Oscar in 1993, it put Tam Coc on the tourist map as the must-see destination in Ninh Binh where you can join the boat ride to immerse yourself into the magnificent beauty of crystal...

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Hoa Lu Temple

Hoa Lu Ancient Capital

Hoa Lu ancient capital was the first capital of Vietnam in the 10th and 11th century. At that time, the country was divided into 12 feudal warlords and they were fighting with each other to rule the country. It made...

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