Thetraveljunkie.org – Sometimes, when we reminisce about our trip to Vietnam we struggle to decide what our favourite city is. Hanoi is breathtaking and totally incredible but Ninh Binh has something which we absolutely adored: magic.
We loved getting lost around Ninh Binh, especially around Tam Coc. It was great to walk around aimlessly and take in its local houses, bia houses, rice fields and seeing Pagodas.
Bich Dong Pagoda is situated at just 3 km away from Tam Coc, Ninh Binh Province. What we loved about it was that there were not many tourists and the place had such a peaceful atmosphere. This pagoda is definitely worth seeing if you are in the Ninh Binh Province. The Bich Dong Pagoda was built by 2 Buddhist monks: Tri Kien and Tri The.
Here’s what we saw:
Stay tuned for more of our adventures in Vietnam.
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