One day discovering Dance cave in Ninh Binh

Nga Do
Have you ever visited the Mua Cave ("Hang Mua") in Ninh Binh, Vietnam? It translates in Vietnamese to the "Dancing Cave" especially since former Tran king used to enjoy the performances performed at this very site, which included dancing and singing. To reach this historic site, one has to climb up 500 limestone steps, but it is worth it as the panoramic view of the golden rice fields & lush mountains are breathtaking. If you were wondering destination in Vietnam during this trip, Dance cave and Ninh Binh scenery would be recommended especially for its tranquility and beautiful views of the rural village and scenic landscape.

Some travelers getting to Hang Mua would rather love this stunning view than Halong bay. It’s a fair climb up hundreds of steps (486) lead you to a temple on top of a hill, the spectacular views from Hang Mua over Tam Coc and Ninh Binh’s stunning countryside are well worth the effort.

Down a sleepy road between rice paddies, this cave is not terribly impressive, but there are panoramic views from the peak above. Mua Cave inlcudes in Trang An (Ninh Binh) tourist complex. According to UNESCO, the Trang An Complex displays signs of human activity from more than 30,000 years ago. From here, boat after boat set out to explore a maze of 250-million-year-old limestone karst towers and waterways, which covers over 6,000 hectares (14,800 acres).

Being located in Dau Khe Ha hamlet, Ninh Xuan Commune, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh province, Mua cave is one of must-see attractions that you should call on when doing a trip to Ninh Binh.You can connect your visit to Tam Coc, Trang An or Bai Dinh pagoda with biking, then trekking to this cave.

Hang Mua is constructed following the model of “miniature Great Wall” in China with nearly 500 steps up to mountains to conquer. Traveling to Hang Mua, you will swallow in a wonderful landscape of mountain, valley and river. It is a hard trek up with many of its uneven limestone steps ( expecially at the top point) but worth your conquering efforts for impressive panoramic view of Tam Coc, Trang An & Ninh Binh city when you reach the top point of Mua mountains. 

For wonderful panoramic photos of golden rice fields & limestone monntains,you’d better arrange your trip to Ninh Binh & Mua cave between April and May when the rice is getting ripe from green to yellow colours. The best time to visit Mua cave is in the morning or in the late afternoon when the sun is not so strong, and you cave have a great moment to view sunrising or sunsetting as well.

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