• Address

    Ninh Xuân, Ninh Bình, Vietnam
  • Price / Fee

    Entrance fee of 100000VND per person

    Multiple parking operators will try to stop you to park with them for 15000 VND per bicycle (vs free parking after the ticket office)
  • Categories

This is not a cave, but a small hill with stone dragon at the top.

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foursquare.com
  • 1 year ago
  • 31 reviews

Hang Múa (Mua Caves) - Cave

See 121 photos and 11 tips from 287 visitors to Hang Múa (Mua Caves). "Entry ticket 100.000vnd/pax,free motor&car parking,u have to walk more than 500..."
tripadvisor.com
  • 1 year ago
  • 864 reviews

Mua Caves (Ninh Binh) - 2018 All You Need to Know Before You Go (with Photos) - TripAdvisor

Book your tickets online for Mua Caves, Ninh Binh: See 864 reviews, articles, and 976 photos of Mua Caves, ranked No.2 on TripAdvisor among 45 attractions in Ninh Binh.
Desmond Lua
  • 1 year ago

A beautiful hike up the hill to see long stone dragon and a good view of the surrounding area. There are two peaks, the one without the dragon offer a great view without the crowd. Entrance ticket is 100,000VND per person.

There are 3-4 illegal parking collectors en route to the ticket entrance, so you need quite some determination to avoid then all (and park for free after ticket entrance) as they try very hard to stop you. I assume these operations are run by nearby villagers, collecting 10,000VND per bicycle.

for91days.com
  • 1 year ago

The View from Hang Múa, Amazing Panorama | Hanoi For 91 Days

By my count, there were 459 steps to reach the top. Yes, I counted. That’s some serious exercise, and another reason to show up early, before the sun is too strong. The stairs are uneven and steep, but the reward is worth every bit of pain. Once at the summit, you’ll want to take your time, both to recover and to contemplate the view. If you haven’t been to Ha Long Bay, it’s safe to say you’ve never seen anything like it.