On holidays, people flock to visit and visit Trang An, Bai Dinh or Tam Coc Ninh Binh. The countryside only attracts us when the natural scenery is not hindered by the noise and hustle and bustle of crowds of people. Bobbing a boat on Tam Coc is a beautiful experience, but watching from above to feel the space of endless rocks and mountains and the smallness of people is a bit new for the journey of discovery. Listening to my friend’s recommendation, I went to Mua Cave – a complex of caves and limestone mountains located in area of Ninh Xuan commune.
I don’t know who named Mua Cave near Tam Coc NinhBinh
I don’t know who named Mua Cave near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, but it is said that this is where King Tran often came to listen to the palace ladies sing and dance, and that’s where the name came from. The afternoon sun in May pours gold down the Mua mountain. Looking up from the foot of the mountain, it feels like being lost in the fairy world of historical movies. A road curves around the mountain leading to the top, high above are the towers, standing tall as a symbol of the whole mountain. Not many tourists come here. The whole space is quiet and peaceful. Occasionally a few people come and go, but everyone is quiet, as if afraid that even a small noise will ruin this poetic space.
Indeed, for the sedentary, climbing from the foot of the mountain to the top with more than 400 stone steps is a real challenge. The higher you go, the vast space below seems to come into view. New green rice fields appear in the sunlight with rocky mountains of all sizes standing tall in Tam Coc Ninh Binh. Farther away are villages and growing cities. The towers gradually fall into view, only the tower on the highest peak is still challenging.
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