This weekend, the ancient capital will hold Hoa Lu Festival and this is the highlight for Ninh Binh tourism on this occasion. Not only that, the places here are also chosen by many people for this vacation and are causing fever on travel forums.
Mua Cave – A beautiful “virtual living sanctuary” in the green rice season
Famous as the “virtual living holy land of the North” or “The Great Wall of Vietnam” but now Hang Mua is also known as the fairy scene in the ancient land of Ninh Binh.
April every year is the time to see the most beautiful green rice season in Ninh Binh and the top of Mua mountain is the most beautiful place when standing from here can cover the entire landscape of Tam Coc.
Many people liken that Mua Cave is called a fairy scene in the ancient capital because it is the only place that has a scenic spot “on high”, where visitors have to climb up to 486 mossy stone steps simulating the architecture of the Great Wall. Only to be able to reach the top of Mua mountain.
In addition, the largest lotus lake in Ninh Binh, a giant cactus garden, an artificial waterfall or a wooden bridge outside the rice fields are also very popular places here.
Special rice fields in Tam Coc beside Ngo Dong river
In addition to Hang Mua, Tam Coc with rice fields spread along the Ngo Dong river is also a poetic landscape, very popular on this occasion. On many forums, uniquely shaped green rice fields are causing fever among netizens.
In the 54-acre field, Ninh Binh women have shaped rice bearing the image of “Champions – Golden colors of Tam Coc” with an area of 2.6 acres. This image is maintained for a long time so that everyone can admire until the rice is ripe.
This special rice field can be viewed from above, creating a very unique image of this land. Along with Hang Mua, Tam Coc is the hottest destination this holiday in Ninh Binh.
In addition, Ninh Binh around this time is still very hot with “hunting butterflies in Cuc Phuong”, visiting Trang An or Bai Dinh pagoda, Bich Dong pagoda…
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