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Thai Vi Temple, Ninh Binh

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  • Offering sweeping views of rice paddies to the temple is. It wasn't timing almost completes the reconstruction was building is a historic feeling. Many stopped by the time I turned around TAM COC baitaku, go cycling along the way. I think a good stop if you think don't need to scale would end in 10 minutes without, so go all the way to here, but the passing. Temple of hermit-like man he played traditional instruments of the Viet Nam. The donation after the concert because the admission was free.
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  • Very nice to go there by bicicle. Temple is small but quite nice. After a tip we were shown how to play a historic instrument 
  • The original is more stunning scenery around the water should have been able to enjoy the ... It's not a. .. With Bob ' than ' inspectors returning to enjoy a short but nice just to do that.
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  • This is a nice small temple at the end of a quiet road nestled in amongst the karst mountains. They are currently doing extensive works on the site (building new walls and entry way etc) but you could still go in and a few people were praying inside when we went. The view out to the rock walls is probably the best thing to look at hear currently due to the works ongoing but it was still a nice end to a short ride from Tam Coc.
  • Temple about 1 km away from Tom cuc,very peaceful and interesting, and it s a very nice ride on bike to reach it and the surrounding area is worth seeing.
  • Lots of major works going on. Nothing special anyway. Close to Tam Coc.
  • Small and humble. Take a bike ride up there, as the scenic views are stunning. Don't forget to donate some cash in the donation box. It helps with their maintenance costs etc.
  • Small temple with an incredible and gentle Vietnamese musician.