Cao Bang

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Posted by DH Travel at 6:37 am June 2, 2014

Magnificent natural beauty, majestic mountain scenery, famous historical sites and the cultural diversity of nine ethnic minority peoples Tay, Nung, Dao, Mong, Kinh, Chinese, San Chi) have made Cao Bang a major tourist destination.

Cao Bang is a border town close to China and has been developing very fast over the past few years. It is the main base for travellers to get reach other points worthy of attention in the vicinity such as Ban Gioc Waterfall, Pac Bo caves.

Ban Gioc Waterfalls in Cao Bang

Located right on the borderline between Vietnam and China, Ban Gioc has long been a point of disputing of the two countries. The falls belongs to Trung Khanh district, 90 km from Cao Bang Town and about 2 hours driving. In rainy season, The waterfalls’ echo can be heard from faraway.

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Ban Gioc Waterfalls

From a height of 30m the volume of water flows down the big limestone steps. Between waterfall is a big stone scope covered with trees spliting the river into 3 flows which that look like white silk stripes.
Nguom Ngao cave is very close to the waterfall, the tunnel cave is about 2 km long and has long been appreciated as one of the most beautiful caves of Vietnam.


Thang Hen Lake in Cao Bang  

Thang Hen lake is in Tra Linh district, about 25km from Cao Bang town, it is a beautiful lake high on the mountain, thousands of meters from the sea level, the lake is located in a forest of white “Tram” trees.

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Thang Hen Lake


Pac Bo Cave in Cao Bang 

Pac Bo belongs to Truong Ha commune, Ha Quang district, about 50 km from Cao Bang, in the local language, Pac Bo means “watershed”.

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Pac Bo Cave

Pac Bo is the source of Vietnam revolution for this place is closely attached to an important period of President Ho Chi Minh’s life. It was the first place Ho Chi Minh chose to stay when he came back to homeland after 30 years living and acting abroad. 

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