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Yen Tu Mountain

Thuong Yen Commune, Uong Bi Town, Vietnam
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Yen Tu Mountain is in Uong Bi city of Quang Ninh province, in the Northeast Vietnam. The area locates between Hanoi and Halong Bay, just a short drive of 50 km from Halong Bay and 110 km from Hanoi. Yen Tu Mountain is fresh and tranquil with forests, mountains, pagodas, towers and the Zen atmosphere.
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Thuong Yen Commune, Uong Bi Town, Vietnam
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+84 (0) 333.854153
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"cable car station"
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"sunny day"
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"worth a visit"
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"halong city"
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"tour guide"
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"summit"
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"pilgrimage"
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"hundreds"
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"buddhist"
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"monkeys"
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"temple"
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"climbing"
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There is a fantastic views i have never seen before. The weather on top the mountan is amazing. Fresh air really nice place to calm down.

Thank Andrewpdc
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Reviewed 19 August 2017

In my experience, should not come here in festival because too crowded that you cannot see anything. You can choose either climbing mountain or sky-cable to the pagodas but it's really worthy.

Thank Phungnm
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Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

I went to Yen Tu pagoda on cloudy day but they still beautiful.even you take the cable cab but still have to walk by foot a lot.No need to take the tour cause it is very easy to do by yourself without tour guide .

Thank Susu_1907
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Reviewed 2 May 2017

I opted to walk up the mountain, because why not? It was hot and sweaty work but well worth it. Had amazing views on a beautiful, clear day. The experience of stopping along the way and learning more about the history of Vietnamese Buddhism along...More

1  Thank Josie R
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Reviewed 1 May 2017

A remote temple complex high atop the mountain, with shrines at different levels, culminating in an unexpectedly small, old wooden and authentic temple on the summit. To get to the top, two cable rides are required and in between you will climb (what feels like)...More

Thank Navine C
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

Traveling in Asia, one can quickly get into the “one temple is pretty much like another” mode very easily. Yet, no matter how many you have seen, some still capture your attention and engage your imagination. Monasteries are typically built in rural areas because their...More

Thank redneckersson5
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Reviewed 2 February 2017 via mobile

Our family spent one day there. Cable car costs 280k per pax round trip. It's worth a visit on a sunny day.

Thank leo_binh81
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Reviewed 9 November 2016 via mobile

What a beautiful and peaceful location ... lots of walking and climbing with two fun guides who I also enjoyed the company of as well as their knowledge ... great cable car connections and great little snacks at each cable car station such as mai...More

Thank KarenMcClymont
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Reviewed 15 August 2016

Yen Tu has a fantastic view and culture. It is located only 45 min from Ha Long and is on the way back to Hanoi. It is well known as Vietnamese Buddhism sacred place and has a lot more attractions which has stories of ancient...More

2  Thank ToPgM
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Reviewed 1 August 2016

Went to Yen Tu Mountain yesterday from Ha Long City. We took the Dong Trieu-Cam Pha bus going to Uong Bi. We just the conductor that we're going to Yen Tu. We paid 20,000VND/person. From the drop off point, we took a taxi to the...More

4  Thank Perry H
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