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Ta Cu Mountain, Phan Thiet

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Reach the top of Ta Cu Mountain and discover the wondrous structures that awaits. Choose between either to scale the mountain in a cable car where you can view the rice fields and dragonfruit plantations or take a 2 hour hike up the mountain if you feel more adventurous. At the top lies the impressive 160 foot of a reclining Buddhist sculpture where it also provides panoramic views of the city of Phan Thit. Put Ta Cu Mountain into our Phan Thiet travel itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Phan Thiet.
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  • Went to jekskurssiju from street agencies-Bruce Lee in MUI ne-stay out-48S-on 40S no more pulls. Little time allotted for sources a tour guide was good-Gleb party hostilities.
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  • The tour is interesting, not by infrastructure (cable car Austrian) and the view that it helps to have on the surrounding area. The reclining Buddha is impressive by the work involved. Before getting there, other temples are also underway. The only downside (it is size) as used and some site, there are trash cans along the way and yet it is full of waste plastics all surroundings. It's a shame that the Viet Nam does not carry more than interest in the cleanliness of their sites, this country seems to be a discharge to open, I know, it is a poor country but which develop tourism to all infrastructure goes, then so also an effort does not with regard to the treatment of the waste, who will want to go back to the Viet Nam? Another point about this site specifically: monkeys are wild animals, it is not because they hang out next to you to beg for food to wanting to do a selfie with them. I saw a Russian who was on the verge of being bitten and which was left terrified when the monkey became very aggressive. Apart from the main road that leads to the lying Buddha, I recommend to take the road that leads from one temple to the other, I did and it's a little used road and where snakes nest in number. They are shy animals and fleeing when they hear you but still distrust.
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  • Went to the hot springs, and visited mount Tacos to the statue of the Buddha. Beautiful rose and descended by cable car.
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