Thien Ha Cave – The charm of “the Milky Way in the heart of the mountain”

Located in the World Heritage area – Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, Thien Ha cave eco-tourism area is an attractive destination with fanciful and wild beauty. This place has been associated with many visitors with beautiful words such as “stone castle” or “galaxy in the mountain”. Discovered in 2007, Thien Ha cave eco-tourism area includes Thien Thanh cave and Thien Ha cave hidden in the Tuong mountain range. Thien Thanh cave is a dry cave, with a length of about 50m, this is likened to a “stone castle”. The position and surface of the layers of stalagmites and stalactites have contributed to the depth and richness of the cave. The stalactites with different shapes, white as snow, sparkling, blurred, layered from the top of the cave to the foot of the cave, forming attractive iridescent curtains.

About 300m from Thien Thanh cave near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, there is a 700m long Thien Ha cave including a 200m long dry cave and a 500m long water cave. The journey to discover the cave begins with the dry cave with a background of about 40m wide and 200m long. When entering the cave, visitors will not be overwhelmed by the shimmering and fanciful beauty of the unique stalactite system, which has great geological and geomorphological value. Going deep inside, the space is expanded and magnificent with stalactites of various shapes, evoking a rich imagination for visitors. Not only that, the cool air in the cave also dispels the feeling of stuffiness and sultry outside. In the dry cave, there is also an entrance to the southern mountainside, called the Sky Well. This is where Thien Ha cave intersects with the outside world. The sun from the top of the mountain pours its rays on the floor like a halo, making the space open and airy. According to the concept of Eastern people, this is the harmony between heaven and earth that makes all things of the universe multiply and flourish.

This Sky Well area still retains many vestiges of the ancient Vietnamese people, who lived about 7,500 – 10,000 years ago. Here, scientists have found traces of mollusks, hewn tools, fragments of magma group, bones of terrestrial animals… Prehistoric people here lived and fully exploited in the environment. marine school. The cultural layer preserved almost intact in Thien Ha cave shows a vivid picture of the life of the ancient Vietnamese with the adaptation and creativity of the cultural inhabitants before and after the sea progressed through the period of sea recession. in the New Stone Age. Going to the end of the dry cave, visitors will get off the boat to explore the water cave. The 500m long underground river is likened to a winding, endless galaxy with layers of pure white stalactites like marble. The deeper you go inside, the more visitors are attracted by the beauty of thousands of stone masterpieces meticulously carved and arranged by the Creator’s hands, with legends about Hoa Tien Island, Bau Sua Mother, and Fish Hoa near Tam Coc Ninh Binh

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