Top 6 fabulous destinations in Hoa Binh

Thung Nai

Should you book our amazing Halong Bay Day Tour or experience a wonderful life on a Halong Bay cruise already, visit many different renown destinations with cheap Vietnam tour, so now, let get down to start a fantastic trip to the North of Vietnam, visit Hoa Binh province. In this article, we make a list of top 6 fabulous destinations in Hoa Binh province. Let’s go

Although Hoa Binh’s geographical characteristics cause it many difficulties in developing its infrastructure and economy, the accumulated mountainous topography here is really a Godsend in term of tourist attraction. Together with average-high mountains are green valleys; surrounded by primitive forests with thousand species of rare plants and animal and hundreds of fanciful caves and streams that offer tourists numbers of tours like adventurous hiking, walking, hunting or hot spring. Top 6 fabulous destinations in Hoa Binh are listed below: North Vietnam tours

1. Thung Nai

Located in Cao Phong district, Hoa Binh province, just about 110km north-east of Hanoi center, Thung Nai is a popular destination for weekend retreat of both tourists and upper class Hanoians who can afford the time and cost.

Thung Nai

Thung Nai

Thung Nai impresses anyone who sees it from the very first time with the harmonious combination of mountains, lakes and charming houses nestled in between the high hills.

2. Dam Da

While such names as Hoa Tien cave, Tien Phi cave, Mai Chau valley, Hoa Binh hydroelectric dam are tourists highlights, Dam Da seem to be an obscure historical site. Đậm Đà is located in Phú Lao commune, Lạc Thủy district, Hòa Bình province.

Dam Da

Dam Da

Dam Da is actually a vast complex of temples, pagodas and caves in the district, including Trinh temple (also known as Quan Trinh), Mau temple, Tien pagoda and etc. Apart from historical and cultural values, Dam Da is marked by its natural spectacular caves. One will find it extremely difficult to list all the caves here. When coming into each cave, tourists will be totally taken by surprised at the gigantic and illusory stalagmites and stalactites. Halong bay cruise

3. Kim Boi Spring

Apart from historical and cultural values, Dam Da is marked by its natural spectacular caves. There are Tam Toa cave, Thuy Tien cave, Cung Tien cave, Hoang Muoi cave, Co Chin cave etc. One will find it extremely difficult to list all the caves here. When coming into each cave, tourists will be totally taken by surprised at the gigantic and illusory stalagmites and stalactites.

Being immersed in a large mineral water deposit of Kim Boi stream is also not unmemorable for every visitor. Certainly, no one will refuse to spend time in such a spot!

4. Tien Phi Cave

After visiting Hoa Binh Dam, tourists should never miss the chance to go to Tien Phi cave on their path toHoa Binh. The cave is situated on Thuc’s hill-top (maybe called in other name Thung Phi). The entry mouth is considerably narrow, followed by a gentle slope. Walking 10 more meters, you will see that because of the high and dry cave top, the atmosphere inside is pretty cool and comfortable. As you get farther into the cave, the more excited you may get. Despite the rough ground, you can still enjoy the stalactites glittering illusorily.

5. Mai Chau

One of Hoa Binh’s districts, Mai Chau is noted for its beautiful scenery as a mountainous region. The district is about 60km from Hoa Binh and covers an area of 520 km2. In Mai Chau Valley, there are also national caves and grottoes.

Mai Chau

Mai Chau

When standing on the peak of the Cun Mountain, the first things that catch tourists’eyes are the picturesque panorama of Mai Chau stilt houses along with a lush green valley. Another thing that is unforgettable in Mai Chau is that tourists are warmly hosted by the ethnic groups, especially Thai people in Lac village. Those who are in their spare time away from the rice paddies will cook, lead hikes and pull out a sleeping mat for wandering guests.

6. Hoa Binh Dam

The most well-known feature of Hoa Binh is Hoa Binh Dam for hydro-electric purposes. Construction on the rockfill dam started in November 1979 and it took nearly 10 years to complete. The dam is now one of the largest and most important dams in Viet Nam.

The Hoa Binh Dam plays an indispensable part in preventing flood, producing electricity, irrigation and transportation. This is a meaningful construction to the process of industrialization and modernization of the country. It is the symbol of unshakable friendship between Soviet Union and Vietnam, too

Annually it attracts a quite great number of tourists because of the majesty and grandeur of the architecture, the surface area of which is so large that it creates an impressive architectural, cultural and social complex.

Source: trulyvietnamtour.com

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