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Bich Dong Pagoda dates back to 1428 and It’s a really beautiful place to visit. I would recommend going with a tour guide as the locals who hang around the entrance are well known for scams & thefts on unaware travellers – this is probably...More
As already mentioned by other reviews, there is a parking scam here, but also worse. We too had whistles blown and raised voices directed at us as we decided to turn our bicycles around and park down the road. One man wearing an official looking...More
It is absolutely beautiful and in good condition. Not only the front entrance with plenty people taking photos for their Instagram but also if you go inside or up the stairs right next to it, just very adventurous. Great place to visit!
Myself and my partner decided to venture out here and it was worth the hype. Pretty cool entrance and once you’ve climbed the steps to the temple, go behind and you’ll find a giant cave which leads to another temple. Really cool place overall and...More
Interesting temple with a cave behind it.
Beware of toilet at the parking area. It has no running water or cubicles between each squatting toilet. The old lady will yell at you to pay 10k Dong when you exit. We ended up only giving 5k....More
Nice when in the area and when you have some time left to spend, not worth much more. Disliked the very obnoxious people at the entrance gate. Trying to sell things in a way we have (luckily) not experienced at other places in Vietnam. Also...More
This is a great place to go and see, lovely surroundings and views a bit of a climb up but not hard. worth going to see it.
The only negative point to add is we arrived with bikes and were promptly told we had to...More
Interesting place to check out if you’re cruising around Ninh Binh. I especially enjoyed the pagoda that is dug into the side of the cave. It was cool to walk behind it through the cave and around to the top. I read that you can...More
The signs say don’t climb on the rocks after the path stops. I can neither confirm nor deny that we climbed on the karst limestone, but let me say that if one were to do this, be careful if it starts raining. It may be...More