As part of the Trang an Eco tourism complex. Hang Mua or Mua cave is a must see for visitors to Ninh Binh Province. Thanks to its distinctive location that provides a remarkable panoramic view from above.
How Hang Mua or Mua cave special?
Hang Mua has lately emerged as one of the main directions for overseas visitors. Because of its remarkable support quality and untouched natural beauty.
Hang Mua is located at the foot of Mount Mua. It’s looks like a big overturned bell with a diameter of 800m. Visitors can climb into the summit on white stone measures. Sometimes referred to as a miniature version of the Great Wall of China. On each side of the staircase. There are handrails which are elaborately adorned with dragon or phoenix symbols motivated by the Tran Dynasty.
Legend has it that the Tran king ordered the construction of Thai Vi Temple. He often visited the cave to enjoy dancing and sing. After that he decided to name for the cave Hang Mua. It’s mean Dancing Cave in English.
To arrive there, tourists can follow National Highway 1A to Ninh Binh. And follow the road towards Trang An – Tam Coc, and look for a sign leading to Hang Mua. The travel is accompanied with fantastic views of rice fields with old villages, seafront, rivers, lakes and majestic mountains of Ninh Binh.
Once there, they can conquer the 500 stone steps to the summit to finally enjoy a beautiful view of Tam Coc. The spectacular landscape along with Hang Mua will impress even the most seasoned traveller, with the ships below winding down the lake. The best enjoy this area is in May or June, when the entire landscape is full of the colour of yellow paddy fields. Also from here can see the ancient capital of Hoa Lu appears right before your eyes.
The stunning view explains why it was selected the ancient capital of the nation over a million years back. Hang Mua has lately started offering eco friendly mountain climbing adventures, and a tourist area constructed with the hearts of the individuals who genuinely love Ninh Binh and possess a desire to preserve and preserve the Trang An Landscape Sophisticated. It’s was listed as a Nature World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2014.
Hang Mua has a beautiful tradition and peaceful landscape, with providers for tourists such as accomodation, food & beverages, scaling, sightseeing, and more.
When is the best time to visit Mua Cave?
- The best time from 10 to 25 of May
It’s great for
- Solo traveller to Ninh Binh and Photographer hunter