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Hang Múa

thôn Khê Đầu Hạ, Hoa Lư, Ninh Bình, Vietnam

Caves

About Hang Múa

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.


Attractions near Hang Múa

Tam Cốc-Bích Động3.08km from Hang Múa

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.

Công Viên Văn Hóa Tràng An4.44km from Hang Múa

Trang An Cultural Park is a complex of entertainment, entertainment and resort areas located in the west of Ninh Binh city center , adjacent to the world heritage site of Trang An . This is the largest park in this city with a scale of up to 288 hectares. Trang An Park includes many functional subdivisions such as operating area, green park, zoo, botanical garden, lake, ecological island, service area, hotel, square

Núi non nước5.73km from Hang Múa

A beautiful mountain which was located in the Ninh Binh province. The mountain is relatively flat, green trees, very convenient to rest and entertain visitors. Non-Nuoc mountain has been classified as a particularly important historical and national landscape of Vietnam.

Động Am Tiên6.36km from Hang Múa

Am Tien Cave is a famous part of the national monument complex of Hoa Lu ancient capital at Truong Yen commune, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh province , Vietnam. At present, the main cave of Am Tien cave is both a stone temple and Buddhist Zen teacher Nguyen Minh Khong , and a temple for celebrities of the Dinh dynasty such as two fathers and sons, Truong Ma Ni , Truong Quan Son, Phu Dung princess and Queen Duong Van Nga .

Hoa Lu Ancient Capital6.85km from Hang Múa

Capital of Vietnam in the 10th and 11th centuries. The capital at its time covered an area of 300 ha (3.0 km2), including both the Inner and Outer Citadels. It included defensive earthen walls, palaces, temples, and shrines, and was surrounded and protected by mountains of limestone. Today, the ancient citadel no longer exists, and few vestiges of the 10th century remain. Visitors can see temples built in honor of the emperors Đinh Tiên Hoàng and Lê Đại Hành, their sons, and Queen Dương Vân Nga.

Bai Dinh Pagoda8.95km from Hang Múa

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.

Where is Hang Múa

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Ninh Bình Province10 attractions

Ninh Binh province is blessed with natural beauty, cultural sights, and the Cuc Phuong National Park. From ancient temples to hidden caves and verdant rice paddies, Ninh Binh offers impressive natural landscapes as the most majestic scenery in Vietnam.