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If you are going to the Bird Valley, do drop by this Bich Dong Pagoda.
Pretty small place. Most iconic would be the little bridge to the main gate that you will see if everyone’s posts.
Other than that, there is a small temple at...More
A temple in the mountains on three levels. Requires some steep climbing but the serene atmosphere is refreshing. However the sights pale in comparison to what you have at Mua cave. If you see lot of buses, avoid the place.
This temple has some steep...More
This monastery built on the side of Bich Dong mountain, has some interesting cave temples in three levels built against the mountain. The views from the top are good - but not as impressive as the views from higher Mua caves.
Included in most Ninh...More
It was interesting and worth a visit for sure but not worth coming to if your on a tight schedule. Tour buses full of people come in the afternoon which disturbs the peace. Nice drive from tam coc. Parking is most definitely 10k, the man...More
The temples are not overly exciting but it’s an interesting place and it’s free so worth going if it’s near you. Don’t pay for parking, locals try to get you into their huts just park in big car park on street. Dont forgot to go...More
When we first arrived, the local wanting us to pay for parking quoted 50,000VND. This is ridiculous. Start walking away when he quotes this price and he'll lower it. Or park next to the shop in the bigger lot and don't pay at all, especially...More
This charming cluster of cave temples is a couple of kilometres north of Tam Coc. The Lower Pagoda is located at the base, from which 100 steps lead to the Middle Pagoda, where there's a shorter but steep ascent to the Upper Pagoda. Inside each...More
We were hanging around the crossroads a short distance away and noticed people walking across the lotus lake. We walked down the road and discovered this old Buddhist temple complex of three pagodas set into the mountainside. The entrance was reached by a long walkway...More
The Bich Dong Pagoda is a complex of three pagodas, built into a hillside, with sets of stone steps connecting the pagodas. As one ascents, one is treated to great views of the surrounding countryside.