According to the sharing of the pizza shop owner, we went in the early morning because simply then we would not be exposed to the sun. Just kidding, but taking a boat in the early morning, you will feel the fresh, cool air, the scenery of mountains and rivers gradually appears in the morning mist, both blurry and majestic. After finishing the boat trip at Tam Coc Ninh Binh, we moved back to Bich Dong Pagoda. The temple was built on the mountain, luxuriant green trees, hidden by thousands of mossy tiled roofs imprinted with time and historical culture. Before leading the entrance to the inner area, you will pass through a three-span stone bridge, flanked by a fragrant lotus pond.
The quiet space inside the ancient pagoda has stood for hundreds of years, the persimmons & sage trees cover the whole space, creating an airy and fresh atmosphere. After worshiping at Ha Pagoda, we continue to climb the stone steps leading to Trung Pagoda, Dark Cave and finally Thuong Pagoda – the temple is located at the highest position, near the top of Bich Dong mountain near Tam Coc Ninh Binh. Walking around to visit, I discovered a small rocky place next to the left slope of Thuong Pagoda, large and small rocky outcrops interspersed with ferns. I’m sure not many tourists discover this special checkin place. The journey back to nature and culture has left valuable photos, preserving the youth and youth that once struggled and flew away. Go is to return!
To learn more about Tam Coc Ninh Binh, please contact with nobletours.net!