Vung Duc Temple and Grottoes Site is a big and unique complex including 5 majestic caves: Thien Dang Cave, Long Van Cave, Ngo Ngang Cave, Kim Quy Cave and Doi Cave (“doi” means bat in Vietnamese). Beside its spectacular scenery, this site is also historically and religiously significant with several temples in which people worship the God of the Sea, the God of the Earth, etc. Tourists can get access to Vung Duc Temple and Grottoes by using the cable car system. When looking from the ideal height of the temples, they can surely cherish the striking view of Bai Tu Long Bay.
Another good point about coming there is that after visiting Vung Duc Temples and Grottoes Site, tourists can also access many other famous attractions of Quang Ninh. For example, BaiTu Long National Park, Golden Island, Western Gate Island are just some sites that are quite handy.
How to get there
Vung Duc Temples and Grottoes Site can be accessed easily and conveniently from Bai Tu Long Bay, another natural wonder only 45 km away from Halong City. It is located at the foot of Ban Co Mountain and is gaining an increasingly good reputation for its beauty and tourist-friendly services.