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Located in Ninh Binh province 100 km southeast of Hanoi, Hoa Lu and Tam Coc are two of the most picturesque spots in all of the north. For 41 years, from 968 to 1009 CE, Hoa Lu was the ancient capital of Vietnam. Nearby Tam Coc is often referred to...more
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The view on the top is amazing and beautiful. Just be aware of the parking scam on the road before you enter. There are lots of people trying to stop you and ask you to park inside. Some of them even blow a whistle to...More
Nice view, but be prepare for lot of tourists :-).
There is a possibility to climb up even higher, but it is a little bit dangerous and again you need to take care about other people climbing up or down.
Lovely scenery and most people are kind and accomodating.
Grab drivers trying to charge us twice. Difficult to get around if not hiring a bike.
Ancient capital was a waste of time and prepare to be harassed of you go there.
Went as a privat tour, because you can not go to these 2 places together as a group.
Costed us 160 USD, pic upfrom the old quarter.
Beautiful area, with a stunning view when you get to the top.
The climing to the top can...More
what a shame !!! our first day in tam coc , the river trip looked so inviting , so we decided to do a afternoon trip..the ladies in the sales office were most rude buying tickets ,,,15 minutes in.. the heavens opened and we decided...More
We did this boat trip after doing Route no. 3 of Trang An. In comparison we found the Tam Coc trip to be 'average'. We found the caves and the scenery better by far in Trang An. This Tam Coc trip was an hour and...More
Our boat ride came with our packaged day trip from Hanoi so we didn’t have to pay or queue for tickets.
The boat ride takes about 80-100 min depending on how many people are in the boat. I have never seen anyone paddle a sampan...More
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I am surprised to read your statement. I saw no one being pestered st all whilst on my trip consisting of two hours, nor was I myself affected in any way. Two other people from the same place at which we were staying also... More
I am surprised to read your statement. I saw no one being pestered st all whilst on my trip consisting of two hours, nor was I myself affected in any way. Two other people from the same place at which we were staying also enjoyed the trip and we spoke about it over a meal together in the evening. It was one of the highlights during our tour of Vietnam.