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Reviewed 23 October 2019

Got to Hang Mua via a little side road from Trang An grottoes, Even surprised that we got there. You would think that such a popular attraction they would pave the road to the attraction but it was an experience trying to navigate the dirt road and pot holes. Once again you need to pay for motorbike parking (30k I think) and to get in costs 50K (I 100K I can't remember really). Once you pay you cut thru this funky entrance area that has a bar and coffee /billard place. We beelined it to the start of the hike since it was about to rain. A word to the wise, wear sneakers that day you go up. It was drizzling and our slippers did not grip and when they say 500 steps, they aren't "normal" steps; they are semi-cemented, super high steps so it felt a lot harder (and we are hikers).
We did the path on the left and not the one to the pagoda (right) as that one apparently had loose steps ans we didn't want to chance it with slippers. The left path led to the higher view and the dragon and we wanted to see that. It also had a view to the river behind the mountain. It's an awesome view of the city and the surroundings once you reach the top. I think they are still working on the steps so beware the tools and machinery just laid across the path (this is Vietnam!). Definitely worth a stop on your motorbike day in that area. And try not to stay too late as you still need to navigate the unpaved road on the way out! And when leaving, look up into the mountains and you might see the white goats like we did! SO cool!

Date of experience: October 2019
2  Thank extravelagent
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Reviewed 23 October 2019 via mobile

Early start to enjoy the serenity and beauty of the Lying Dragon’s peak - reached it at about 6:20 am. The lovely view was slightly marred by the four drones buzzing noisy around the peak by millennials seeking the ultimate Instagram shot. A pity - but I guess that’s the way the world works now. Still worth the trip, even if its to do your part and throw some of the plastic trash into bins. There are bins up there and along the way. Why people can’t use them is beyond me.

Date of experience: October 2019
2  Thank vikvijayan
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Reviewed 22 October 2019

I arrived early in the morning which is actually the perfect time to climb. Take your time, climb up both summits, and then come down to enjoy the lovely gardens at the foot of the climb. The panoramic view from the peak is absolutely stunning.

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank Lawrence S
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Reviewed 21 October 2019 via mobile

This place is one of the most instagrammable places in Vietnam. The cave itself is nothing special but the view from the top is stunning. Climb 500 stone steps to reach its top and enjoy the uninterrupted view of the sky and ricefield underneath. To have the best photo, come here during harvest season (may-june). Entrance ticket is 100,000vnd(5$).

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 18 October 2019 via mobile

Great to spend cca 2 hours - the climb to the viewpoint was easier then I expected, great view on the area. The cave itself was small, there are much more beautiful ones in the area.

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank Prince_Brand999
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