Tien Phi cave cannot miss in Hoa Binh

24 Aug

The scene of Tien Phi Cave is so tranquil that it is like a sacred and mysterious castle among the world of shaped stones. Thanks to nature light from the hole on the cave’s roof, those stalactites become extremely spectacular when bright light is shone on them

Tien Phi Cave in Hoa Binh province is located in the complex of Hoa Binh township. The Cave is on the same tourism route with Hoa Binh Dam and becomes the attractive destination for tourists.

It is on the Thuc hill (or Thung Phi hill) with the gate faces the East North.The entry mouth is considerably narrow, followed by a gentle slope.  From the outside to 10m inside, there is a high ceiling, which is cool and comfortable. There are some parts of rough stone inside the hill and the floor soil is dry in dark color. The stalactites from the ceiling have many different shapes. In the ceiling, there is a hole to the top, which let through the natural light and make it more sparkling. This cave is like a castle, which is silent and grave with the lively stone shapes world inside.

Much more interestingly, thanks to nature light from the hole on the cave’s roof, those stalactites become extremely spectacular when bright light is shone on them. Right in the middle of the cave is a charity box and an altar for those who want to prayer. This scene is so tranquil that it is like a sacred and mysterious castle among the world of shaped stones.

Going inside for more 10 meters, looking to the left up side, there is a shape of fairy that is lying on a five-color hammock with the long romantic hair. Next to it is the group of fairy who are flying with clouds around.

On the way down there are shapes of Buddha, Jesus Christ and a lion sleeping to guard. In these sparkling ceiling of the cave, visitors would feel like coming to the former kings and the natural masterpieces are keeping the visitors.

Vietnam travel, Vietnam tours, Halong tours

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