Hàm Rồng, Thanh Hóa, Thanh Hoa, Vietnam
About Hàm Rồng
Ham Rong Mountain is a mountain located in the majestic Hoang Lien Son range with the meaning of "jaws of the dragon". Ham Rong is one of the few mountains in Vietnam with a clear and beautiful pictorial element. There are many different types of mountains around Ham Rong mountain, evergreen closed forest, with year-round broadleaf trees and vines, dense bushes, mixed broadleaf and coniferous forests ... characterized by sparse forests, less dense, occasionally alternating broad-leaved grass and
Attractions near Hàm Rồng
The Bà Triệu Temple is a temple at , huyện Hậu Lộc, Thanh Hóa province, Vietnam dedicated to the semi-legendary national heroine Bà Triệu.
A mountain freshwater lake located in Yen Dong and Yen Thai communes, Yen Mo District, Ninh Binh province. The lake and the surrounding is so beautiful and it makes this place tourist-friendly.
The Cathedral of Our Lady Queen of the Rosary Phat Diem is the largest architectural Catholic entire Vietnam. It was built by Father Six at the end of the xix th century and is located in the district of Kim Son, 30 kilometers from Ninh Binh. It depends on the diocese of Phát Diêm.
Tam Cốc-Bích Động is a popular tourist destination in North Vietnam and part of the Tràng An Scenic Landscape Complex UNESCO World Heritage site. It is located in Ninh Binh province, near the village of Tam Cốc. The closest city is Ninh Binh. It consists of two distinct attractions: Tam Cốc, a flooded cave karst system; and Bích Động, a series of mountain pagodas.
Mua cave is one of the must-see attractions that you should call on when doing a trip to Ninh Binh; Hang Mua has its meaning as “dancing cave” because this site was considered as the place where Tran king used to come to enjoy dancing & singing shows performed in this cave. it is now one of the famous tourist attractions in Vietnam.
Bai Dinh Pagoda is a religious complex covering a total area of 539 hectares, with both the ancient and the newly renovated Bai Dinh pagoda, parks, and lake system. The pagoda belongs to Ninh Binh province, known as the ancient capital of Vietnam.
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