Visiting Tam Coc - Bich Dong at the most wonderful time
Visiting Tam Coc - Bich Dong at the most wonderful timeThe province of Ninh Binh shares its name with the province’s capital city of the same name, and it is an area that is famous for its intimidating and dramatic landscapes and the steep-sided cliffs that are a distinctive part of the region. During the colonial period, the landscape made the area a challenging place to conquer, but for visitors today it makes it a spectacular and interesting place to visit. The area is also home to some wonderful Vietnamese architecture that helps to provide interest and historical context to a visit to the Ninh Binh area, which certainly should be on the itinerary of any visitor to Vietnam. If you just have one day to explore Ninh Binh, the first recommendation destination for you is Tam Coc – Bich Dong which have the beauty as Ha Long on land for its system of limestone grottoes and historical relics from the Tran dynasty in the 13th and 14th century.
In june, Tam Coc attracts travelers from all around the world to enjoy the beautiful scenery with yellow rice fields. Now, let’s explore Tam Coc – Bich Dong with Vietnam Eco Travel at the best time travel.
Located at about 90 km away from Hanoi, Tam Coc – Bich Dong is considered as Ha Long on land, one of the must see attractions in Vietnam.
Its pristine natural beauty together with a simple but nice countryside landscape, and a sacred spiritual life have converged into a fascinating and attractive Tam Coc - Bich Dong to numerous tourists.
In summer, when the sky is blue, clouds are white, it’s the time for harvesting rice. Rice fields become yellow on Ngo Dong river. This season is the best time to visit Tam Coc – Bich Dong.
To reach Tam Coc, you must board a small wood boat at the wharf and get rowed up the sinuous Ngo Dong River past Xuyen Thuy cave and pockets of rice fields. Tam Coc is charmingly beautiful in any season. In spring, bright green rice fields spread along the river banks, turning into silky yellow beds in the fourth lunar month. In the summer while traveling on the Ngo Dong River, visitors will enjoy an enticing lotus fragrance while listening to the locals recounting legends about each cliff or mountain in the shape of a tortoise or dragon head.
On these day, locals is harvesting rice. They deliver rice by wooden boats. See happy faces of locals when they have a successful rice season. Even if you don’t have a perfect camera, you still have beautiful and unique photos for your memory album.
A short distance north of Tam Coc, the cave temples of Bich Dong are famous for the ornate entrances to the cave, and the beautiful formations inside the caves themselves. The stalactites hanging from the roof of the cave help to provide plenty of atmosphere, while there are three separate caves that can be explored in the pagoda complex. Legend has it that these pagodas originated in the early fifteenth century, when two monks visited the area and fell in love with the scenery, writing about the area in poetry which brought the area to the attention of the royal family.
Tam Coc – Bich Dong is a favorite place of young generation to have awesome photos.
Besides Trang An, Tam Coc – Bich Dong becomes a must see attractions when you visit Ninh Binh. If you have a chance to go here in june, don’t miss this landscape.