Hang Mua31 Votes
- Address: Ninh Xuân, Ninh Bình, Ninh Bình Province, Vietnam, Nho Quan
- Phone: +84-1678699330
- Tags: Cave, View Point, Family And Kids
The Hang Mua is a mesmerizing mountainside lookout spot adjacent to a cave and offers magnificent view of the verdant countryside and the Song Sao Khe River. Nestled in the Khe Dau Ha hamlet, this cave complex can be reached by traversing five hundred steps along the rock karst. The legend of Tran Dynasty has given the spot the unique name of Hang Dance where the altar to the Goddess of Mercy, Quan Am is located. The Tam Coc region with the meandering Ngo Dong River will catch your attention. Hang Mua or the Dancing Caves will offer you sweeping views of the rice fields, Ninh Binh city and limestone pillars as you trek through the steep stairs. It is advisable to carry water and dry food.
How to Reach Hang Mua
- Cover on foot
Hang Mua Reviews & Ratings
Great place for hiking and sightseeing. Very beautiful view from the top of the mountain. It's worth for a visit. Better go in the morning to have good cool temperature for mountain climbing and if with a sunny day, the view will be much more better than mine.
Pretty excellent views from the top of this short climb (Roughly 500 steps) there is a plethora of shops around the base open daily and one shop closer to the top to help quench your thirsty soul. It even had ice cream! Climb all over the dragon if you have the confidence, and stay for the beautiful sunset if you have a light to make your way back down afterwards.
The views at the top are amazing. There is a lot to see here. Make sure you give yourself enough time and don't forget your camera! Don't let the parking signs put you off at the start of the road in, keep driving towards the main entrance to park. It's just locals trying to rip you off!
A nice challenging activity, it is about 460 steps high so if you want to take on this challenge, take some water with you. If you are in the middle you can choose to go left or right, choose left it's a bit higher but you have a better view from there. And it's 100.000 dong P.P.
Place with awesome view if u are up for a short stairs walk. It's too crowded during sun set session which makes it very dangerous to climb those stairs. Just beware of those folks offering parking for your bike. They are mostly fakers trying to get your money in return of parking. Just ride straight ahead till the entrance.