Bai Dinh Pagoda (Vietnamese: Bai Dinh Pagoda) or Bai Dinh Pagoda’s Spiritual and Cultural Complex is a complex of Buddhist temples on Bai Dinh mountain in Gia Vi district, Ninh Binh province, Vietnam. Compounds include the original old temple and a newly created larger temple. Here, you will understand a part of the cultural life of the Vietnamese people mostly based on Buddhism. This is considered the largest complex of Buddhist temples in Vietnam and has become a famous place for Buddhist pilgrimages from all over Vietnam.
Trang An is very close to nearby tourist attractions such as hoalu-Tamcoc and Bai Dinh pagoda. The ecotourism site is located in the east of Ninh Binh, with an area of 2000 ha. Bai Dinh Pagoda is one of the largest temples in Vietnam and Southeast Asia with hundreds of statues. Unique is created by the skillful hand of Vietnamese people.
2-way shuttle bus in Hanoi old town
Lunch buffet at the restaurant
Tickets to visit
Boat tour of the cave
Visit the three major caves
Pick up guests at the hotel
Good command of speaking English
Entrance fees and boating fees
Free filtered water on the car
Drink, taxes (vat), tips, trams at Bai Dinh Pagoda, travel insurance and other things not mentioned above.
On the occasion Traditional Tet surcharges 10% service fee
Child from 10 and above charge as adult
Child from 5-9 charge 75% adult
Child under 5 free charge
2 adult only share with 01 child. The second child will be charged 75% adult
7: 40-8: 45: Pick up guests at the hotel in Hanoi old town. Please come down to the hotel lobby
10:00: Short break on the way to NinhBinh City
11:00: Guide to take you to visit Bai Dinh Pagoda.
13:00: Buffet lunch at a local restaurant in NinhBinh. Cook with Vietnamese cuisine, goat meat and white rice or fried rice
14:00: Move to the ferry dock, where there are at least 5 caves and the film scene in the movie Kong: Skull Island in 3 hours of your ride. An ecology site shows itself as a paradise with streams, karst mountains, small wild ducks floating on emerald-colored waters, really reassuring and you can listen to live songs followed by the artists themselves singing about folk song songs while traveling on bamboo boats. What a pleasant experience, isn't it! (My advice is when visiting the cave, you tell the boatman to go on the third road because this road has the longest and most beautiful cave)
16:30: Return to the bus station in Trang An, pick up to return to Hanoi.