Thanh Hoa is a peaceful countryside on the North Central Coast. There are 7 ethnic groups living in Kinh, Muong, Thai, Dao, Mong, Tho, and Kho Mu - a multicolored picture. With a special geographic location, this land is the epitome of Vietnam and is the convergence of interesting tourist attractions that everyone should visit once.
Cam Luong fish cave
Cam Luong fish cave
Cam Luong fish cave (Cam Luong fish cage) is home to concentrated populations of densely populated fish that are preserved and revered by local ethnic minorities. This is a unique and popular tourist destination in the Thanh Hoa tourism route.
On the way to the stream of Cam Luong Thanh Hoa, visitors will have the opportunity to admire the simple and rustic stilts of the Muong ethnic people lying hidden on the slopes, immersed in the majestic space of The towering rocky mountains, the point of the Ma River winding.
Visiting Cam Luong stream, visitors will not be shy before the fish gods are swimming. As far as the foot of the mountain as much large fish, right in front of the cave is crowded the fish weighing 3-5kg swim close together, sealed the water surface, gathering on the shore as welcoming visitors.
Here, visitors can buy some vegetables and popcorn from the people around to familiarize themselves with the fish. The fish here is very bold, see the food is back, click on the water surface, feeling like there is no distance between the fish and this god. The shape of the fish looks beautiful, black scales, dark mossy back, body stretched in the middle, the fins and mouth are pink. Interesting that you can put your hands on the water stroked these gods.
In addition, to admire the spirit, visitors can also explore the cave tree on the Truong Sinh Mountain, at 70 meters above the ground. Inside the cave is a variety of stalactites with sparkling colors, and the depth of the heart like no endpoint. The murmuring of the small stream nestled on the wall suddenly attracted the attention of tourists, that is the origin of the water stream of Cam Luong.
If time permits, visitors can visit the village around the stream of Cam Luong fish, exchange, learn the customs and habits of the people of Muong with features such as brocade weaving, dance Pong-pong and enjoy the local specialties and wine yeast need to ecstasy.
Ho Dynasty Citadel
Ho Dynasty Citadel
The Ho Dynasty Citadel in the province of Thanh Hoa today was the capital of Vietnam from 1398 to 1407. This is one of the rare stone fortifications left in Southeast Asia. UNESCO has recognized Ho Dynasty Citadel as World Cultural Heritage because of the cultural, historical values and unique construction techniques of this project.
This work is highly appreciated in terms of technical stone blocks that are considered to be unique in Vietnam in particular and in East Asia and Southeast Asia. They have been described in the period from the late 14th century, early XV century. Researchers estimate that the architecture of the Ho Dynasty citadel was very scientific, with large blocks carved squarely, interlaced in the shape of grapefruit to avoid large vibrations such as earthquakes. Particularly between these stones, there is no binder but the citadel survives more than 600 years, overcoming the effects of seismic and bomb damage. In addition, this solid construction block was built only in the first three months of 1397.
According to the materials left behind the archaeological work, the current status of the population of Ho Dynasty Citadel including Thanh Noi, Hao Thanh, La Thanh, and Nam Giao is located outside the city. In it, the citadel is the most monumental and most intact remains to date. The entire exterior of the wall is a combination of four gates made from blue limestone slabs, carefully chiseled, stacked together. These large blocks have slabs of up to 6 meters long, weighing about 20 tons. Explaining the way these huge stone blocks were transported, archaeologists have suggested that rock marbles were used to transport them.
Ho Dynasty Citadel is an important historical relic of high cultural value, ancient architecture. Come to this monument, visitors have the opportunity to admire the uniqueness of the old works and learn about this elaborate technique. This is the destination increasingly attract many domestic and foreign tourists know
Pu Luong Nature Reserve
Pu Luong Nature Reserve
Pu Luong Nature Reserve is located in the north-west of Thanh Hoa province, in Quan Hoa and Ba Thuoc districts. The Pu Luong Nature Reserve, established in 1999, is now preserving its rich natural landscape values with a diversity of native plants and animals.
From historic road 15C through Canh Nang town, Ba Thuoc district to the end of Phu Le commune, Quan Hoa district connected to Road 47 to Lac village, Mai Chau district Hoa Binh has split Pu Luong into two different ecosystems The limestone mountain ecosystem is one and the mountain ecosystem is one side.
Covering an area of 17,662 ha, the reserve has a rich forest ecosystem, rich in fauna and flora diversity with 598 animal species belonging to 130 vertebrate families, of which 51 species are rare. (26 species of mammals, 5 species of bats, 6 species of birds, 5 species of freshwater fish, 6 species of reptiles).
Especially here is the residence of the Leopard, Beo fire, deer, bear and Son Duong, dozens of the herd of white ducklings - a rare primate with the number up to hundreds of individuals. The karst system of limestone karst preserves many caves with the mysterious nature of nature. Flora and fauna with rare species of orchids have given the forest a sense of beauty that not every forest has.
Besides the diversity of natural scenery, this place is diverse in the cultural identity of the Thai community makes Pu Luong bring their own unique beauty.
Located in the middle of the forest, this is the Son, Ba, Muoi of Lung Cao commune, Ba Thuoc district. With an altitude of over 1,000m and surrounded by forests, this place has an ideal climate, one day with four seasons and the temperature does not exceed 20oC.
Coming to Pu Luong in May and October, visitors will admire the terraced paddy fields of golden rice spread over the mountains.
With its outstanding features, Pu Luong Nature Reserve is considered as a valuable natural reserve in terms of science, socio-economic and ecotourism.
Tu Thuc Cave
Tu Thuc Cave is also known as Bich Dao Cave, located in Nga Thien Commune, Nga Son District, Thanh Hoa Province. This is a system of limestone karsts with unique stalactites and stalagmites associated with the legend of the Tantric metamorphosis is widely circulated in folk.
In front of the entrance to the Consciousness, there are two poems in Han scripture praising the beauty of the goddess, a stone carved on the stone of the Trinh Sam goddess with the Nam Nguyen pseudonym, one on the high cliff of Le Quy. Pedestal. Outside the door, there is a small temple called Son Shrine.
Entering the inside of the cave of Tu Thuc, the visitor is a spacious outdoor arc-shaped look like a giant bowl, on the ceiling with stalactites in the shape of a beautiful peach, under the floor surviving vestiges. Tet worship and the sparkling stalactites are like the treasure of gold, the treasure of the human.
Follow the narrow corridor, visitors will enter the lobbies in. Around are the stalactites silhouette sparkling, evoking images associated with the love of Huong Huong and Tu Huc such as Huong Huong bath and the letter of the room, the chessboard, fruit tray, orchestra and so on.
Go deeper in the cave, you will encounter a small lake in the scattered, scattered here are the white stones, adjacent to the shape of ponds, the stone statue he adoration, frogs as a hand-crafted clever set.
There are two turns for Tu Thuc. One falls with equal stone steps, Legend is the way up the heavenly realms. The rest of the way deep down the mountain in the direction of the spiral with the rocky bumpy, dark, wet is down the road, the place is easy to make tourists fear that quickly turn out.
The Legend of Tonkin and the exotic scene inside the cave has created a unique attraction for this place, and enrich the destination for Thanh Hoa tourism.
Sam Son Beach
|Sam Son Beach|
Sam Son beach is a famous beach in Thanh Hoa. Sandy beaches, calm waves, clear blue water, and moderate salt concentration are very suitable for human health.
In addition to beautiful beaches, nature is rich for Sam Son many famous scenic spots and legendary shimmering color. It is the Truong Le mountain range that runs along the rim of the four seasons, which is the romantic Trong Mai stone, Tuoc Cac, Tien majestic ancient; Vong Hai radio - where visitors can see a vast area of sky.
Independence Temple and Temple of Co Tien are all structures built in the late Le Dynasty (17th century) (Temple of the Fairy Goddess and Maitre Lieu Hanh) in ancient architecture. These are the places that visitors often visit each time to Sam Son.
Southern Truong Le mountain range has a very beautiful beach, the environment is very pristine, this place promises a modern resort in the future.
The symbol of Sam Son beach tourism, over the hill with thousands of days and nights singing the sea waves, about a common love of young couples living together in flood victims.
In the south, the legendary Ta Tien pagoda where Uncle Ho stopped by for a sightseeing break when visiting Thanh Hoa in 1961.
Quang Cu ecological tourism area has been planned and is being deployed to welcome tourists. Especially, tourists also enjoy many seafood specialties such as crab, lobster, blue shrimp with more than 50 hotels with full facilities can serve international guests. Every year, this popular tourist destination attracts over 300 thousand tourists.