Bac Kan

Bac Kan is a province rich in tourism potential because of the abundance of natural resources, minerals and culture rich mountainous ethnic identity of North Vietnam. If you have ever been here, you will not forget the majestic beauty, poetic nature of this place.

Bac Kan is located in northeastern Vietnam. Cao Bang is bounded by the north, Lang Son province in the east, Thai Nguyen province in the south, Tuyen Quang province in the south, and the terrain is dominated by mountain ranges that turn back to the east with valleys, Bac Kan tourism is a wise choice for those who want to explore nature.

Puong Cave

Puong Cave

Puong Cave

Puong Cave is a large cave in northern Vietnam, in the Ba Be National Park in Bac Kan province. about 5 km from the centre of Cho Ra town. The Puong Cave, 300 meters in height, is 30 meters high when the Nang River flows through the Lung Nham Limestone Mountains with steep cliffs and various stalactites of different shapes and colours inside the cave.

To visit Puong cave visitors have to sit on a boat in the Nang River, take a boat to go about a section about 400 meters, visitors will see the Puong Cave entrance, looking from a distance you only see it very small, but until closer You really feel surprised about the grandeur and mystery that visitors are excited to discover.

Inside, the strangely shaped rhinoceros lurks down to shine on the water. The deep inside, although the heart is quite dark but still enough to attract tourists, in the cave is home to thousands of bats are living, when visitors visit the sound, footsteps, light flashlights and echoes of echoes of bats swimming on the roof.

Do not know ever since the gentle river is that the perforation of the limestone cliffs to create a flow with great caves. Many people also referred to Puong as the giant shark’s mouth swallowed and swallowed every single boat that lined the stream.

Although there are many visitors to Ba Be Lake National Park, the Puong cave is still pristine as it was at its inception and remains uncharted. Inside many stalactites and stalagmites have different shapes and colours that make visitors love to contemplate, touch.

Na Khoang Falls

Na Khoang Falls

Na Khoang Falls

Na Khoang waterfall is located at the foot of Deo Gio, next to National Highway 3, 6km from the centre of Na Phat town, Ngan Son district.

The waterfall covers an area of about 12 hectares. It is the place where two streams are formed, namely Na Deng stream flowing through Lung Chang canyon, a small stream originating from Phia Slieng mountain peak flowing from southwest to about 88m. In combination with the Na Deng stream, a large slope has formed a four-level cascade system of about 600m in length, with an average width of 15m, and then flowing downstream to Ban Mat stream.

Na Khoang Falls is a gentle flower that is the highest waterfall cascade and the petals are small streams cascading out on the rocks. The area surrounding the waterfall is mainly regenerated forest, with an average coverage of 75% – 85%, with many species of birds, squirrels, reptiles and fishes.

At the top of the waterfall, there is a small green lake that is an ideal place for those who want to avoid the noisy, immense nature in order to feel cool and calm in the forest of Na Naang. Residents here are ethnic Mong and Dao are preserving traditional cultural identity such as costumes, beliefs, folk lanes, people dancing, creating more diversity, rich lively environment culture here.

Not only that, after a long journey, you can also rest in small houses, enjoy the specialities of the mountains and enjoy free karaoke downloads not from the national grid but from the public. Small hydropower project of Na Khoang. The nature of the soothing nature will bring you real relaxation moments, a fun and useful travel.

With beautiful, attractive and cool climate, fresh and valuable research on geology, geomorphology and ecology, the Nang Khoang has been recognized by the provincial People’s Committee as a relic of the city.

Ba Be Lake

Ba Be Lake

Ba Be Lake

Coming to Ba Be lake – you will enjoy the beautiful scenery of beautiful clouds. Bac Kan to the lake, eyes to see the immense lake surface, visitors will admire the beautiful natural beauty of Ba Be Lake. Early in the morning when the mist was spread all over the mountains, Ba Be Lake as airy as the fairy flying with white dress giant. As the sunset shines, Ba Be Lake sparkles in the sunshine.

Ba Be Lake is located in Ba Mau National Park, Ba Be District, Bac Kan Province, about 240 km from Hanoi. Ba Be is one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world, which is recognized as a national tourist site in Vietnam. The lake with an area of 650ha, the average depth of 20-25 m, running more than 8km. Local people call Ba Be Slam Pé, meaning three lakes. The name is derived from the lake is a pomegranate place of the three branches of the Per Le River, Pue Lu and Per Leng.

Coming to Ba Be lake, visitors not only enjoy the beautiful natural scenery but also enjoy the specialities under the lake as fish, shrimp and many other special dishes such as chicken hills, wild vegetables, Pork, glutinous rice, bamboo shoots and so forth. (to be continued)

Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park is located in the bow River Gam, embracing the chay river with an area of 7,610ha, of which 3,226ha is the strict protection zone. This is a region rich in biodiversity, characterized by the typical ecosystems of evergreen forest on limestone mountains and mountain lakes, lowland evergreen forests.

The fauna is also rich in diversity and number, with 81 species of mammals, 27 species of reptiles, 17 species of amphibians, 322 species of birds, 106 species of fish, 553 species of insects and spiders. Sixty rare and endemic species are included in the World and Vietnamese Red Book such as Phoenix, pheasant, pomelo, etc.

In addition to Ba Be lake, Ba Be National Park has many unique and majestic landscapes. Other such as Puong cave, Dau Dang waterfall, Tien pond and Roop waterfall, deserve not only the centre of biodiversity leading but also famous landscapes of Vietnam. The centre of the garden is Ba Be Lake with over 500ha of water surface. Lake is home to many endemic freshwater fish species with 106 species and also an important source of fresh water for residents living around the area. In 1995, Lake Ba Be was recognized as one of the world’s 20 “special” freshwater lakes that need to be protected.

Ba Be National Park has 1,281 plant species belonging to 162 families, 672 genera, including 25 species listed in the IUCN Red List and several rare plant species. In the Red Book of Vietnam such as grist, nails, Lim, string structure in which string structure is an endemic species of bamboo usually grows on the cliff. Their bodies drop down to form the blinds around the lake. This is an area that scientists at home and abroad rated as the most diverse and endemic centre of orchids not only of Vietnam but also of all of Southeast Asia with 182 species.

Thach Long Pagoda

Thach Long Pagoda

Thach Long Pagoda

Thach Long pagoda is divided into two parts: The first part is Thien pagoda located on high, there are stone steps from the foot of the mountain leading up the gate. The highest floor (Upper Hall) symbolizes the shrine of Buddha Shakyamuni. The middle floor (Trung Vuong) symbolizes the world with images of Uncle Ho. In the heart of the cave, the cliffs divide themselves into segments such as high and luxurious spoons that cover the Buddhas sitting below. Can be considered as an architectural masterpiece of beautiful nature.

The second part is the Amphitheater (Lower Power). The road to the pagoda has to walk around the ridge about 80 m. The entrance to the temple is slightly narrower Than Thien pagoda, the cave is not as wide as it is about 6 meters high, 6 meters wide and deep in the inside.

Not only contains many of his relics, Thach Long pagoda is also a historical relic, is the pride of Cao Ky commune. Due to the special structure of the pagoda and the private place, the Ly dynasty took the pagoda as a fortress to fight Song. In the period of resistance against the French, the pagoda was used as a place of production and secret weaponry of our army. At that time, many Buddha statues were removed from the relatives and also from which the villagers stopped the ceremony. Later, peace restored, the temple was returned to the local people to repeat the worship.

Tham Temple

Tham Temple

Tham Temple

Over time, through the resistance war against French colonialism, the temple has witnessed the ups and downs of history as a guard post for military facilities when used as the Office of the Resistance Committee. Cho Moi. The architecture of the temple has been restored several times, but still retains the original appearance to this day, showing the majesty and dignified but not too fussy, including Mau Temple, Temple She and the area worshipping Buddha.

Tham Temple in Cho Moi area – Cay Thi (now Cho Moi town, Cho Moi district, Bac Kan province) has long become a spiritual tourist destination for thousands of visitors inside and outside the province each year. The journey “retreat to the roots”, especially the new spring. Sacred Temple is a sacred temple associated with the anecdotes of a beautiful ethnic woman, rich in compassion, a heroic hero brave stand up against the enemy.

According to local records, the temple was built for a long time, then around 1929-1930, wood merchant Nguyen Ca Mau, after a flood of broken plates, floating rafts, thought impossible to find. But when the wooden rafts in front of Tham, they are blocked. As a portent of a sacred, a salvation of salvation. Seeing the sacred shrine, at the same time, he donated his money, and at the same time donated by local people to build the temple now. On the occasion of the Lunar New Year, the festival, the full moon day, the one to the bustling Temple, just to burn the incense remembrance of a benevolent Lady, a heroic heroine, also to enjoy the scenery, air in clean of the place in the area. Tham went to the spiritual realms of the Kinh, Tay, Nung, Dao settle in this area.

Pac Ngoi Village

Pac Ngoi Village

Pac Ngoi Village

Talking to Bac Kan, many people must not be out of the charming landscape of Ba Be National Park. However, in a corner of their memories, Pac Ngoi will always be a truly special place, attracting visitors.

With the rich, rich and harmonious mountains and forests of Ba Be National Park, Pac Ngoi is backed by the mountain footprints on the lake, making it one of the most desirable places in the North West. Visitors to this place will be impressed by more than 70 houses built on stilts Tay ethnicity built hundreds of years to form the cultural village of Pac Ngoi. This is also the most characteristic of traditional culture in this area is kept up to date.
Besides, to the Pac Ngoi, tourists also have the opportunity to learn the identity of the Tay people through the singing tunes, the unique dance where nowhere. Moreover, when visitors have the need to experience living inside the house on stilts, they will be hospitable indigenous people serving some specialities of the place such as pork chops, chicken hills, grilled steak, corn wine, or introduced the daily tasks such as fishing, brocade weaving or bamboo rattan.

With the great potential of nature as well as the characteristics of traditional cultural identity, Pac Ngoi has been receiving a lot of government attention to investment, embellishment and construction. In the future, it is expected that this place will become a great destination for guests who want to explore and learn the beauty of nature as well as people.

Hua Ma Cave

Hua Ma Cave

Hua Ma Cave

Hua Ma Cave is located on the middle of Coon Mountain, in the middle of “Le Pot”, which overlooks the Leng River, near Ba Be Lake. This place is not only associated with the sacred area but also many stalactites in the moon became an attractive landscape of the Ba Be National Park.

This cave was surveyed from 2003 to 2004, later built a small aisle and installed the lighting system, and in 2007 it was put into tourism. In front of the cave, people named and recorded the cave of this cave by the words “Hua Ma wonders the most dynamic.”

The cave is located on the middle of the mountain, at an altitude of 350m above sea level, all year round green, dense trees. The road from the foot of the mountain to the cave was built into the steps, leading to the mouth of Hua Ma, 3m wide, 5m high. Entrance to the east and exit to the south.

On the right of the main door was filled with stones stacked on top of each other, this is still a mystery and there are many different explanations, and local people believe that due to the old area left. From the gate looking down is a clear blue water of the forest and Ba Be Lake and the gentle Leng River flows through.

Step into, the cave Hua Mak open wide, about 1ha with a length of more than 700m, the ceiling has a height of up to 40-50m. The slope of the gentle cave, a place to create a 3m high wall, under a huge pile of rubble about 164m, the smallest width is 10m, the widest place up to 43m.
The floor is quite flat, dry, shading the shelf, winding edge as beautiful terraced fields. About 15 meters from the shop, there are red grey clay piles and ash, where the tools have been discovered with Chinese terracotta motifs.

There are dozens of stone columns 10-15m high, the hand-made, “carved” extremely sophisticated. Covered in the cave is a multitude of stalactites in the shape of thousands of conditions, suggestive rich imagination such as flowers, tower pen, Quan Yin sound, scene teacher Tam Tang to see business, The dynasty is full of bilingual literature and so on. The corridor is divided into several rooms by the stone curtain, natural stone separation.

Kim Hy Nature Reserve

Kim Hy Nature Reserve

Kim Hy Nature Reserve

The location of Kim Hy Nature Reserve is in Bac Kan province. With an area of over 14,000ha, the reserve has hundreds of rare animals and plants that must be managed and protected strictly.

Kim Hy is regarded as a place to preserve the pristine state of the wildlife. Local and foreign scientists appreciate the abundance of rare plants and animals here. Among them are white-cheeked langur, squirrel and monkey, which are now endangered globally. In particular, to the Kim Hy nature reserve, you will see the diversity of bat species – considered the most species in Vietnam. Not only that, this is also considered as a big treasure of Bac Kan province, with tens of thousands of trees, mountains and so forth.
Kim Hy is also home to some rare genetic resources of Endangered Species Endangered Species such as fake artificial trees, also known as the rock in the world that is left in the four mountainous provinces. our country is in the North and 2 provinces Guangxi, Guangdong (China). In addition to rich flora and fauna, Kim Hy Nature Reserve is rich in mineral resources, especially gold.

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