The strange name of Mua cave is associated with legends from ancient times. When Emperor Tran Thai Tong returned to Hoa Lu and established Am Thai Vi, he often came to this cave under the mountain to listen to the concubines singing and dancing. So people have been calling Mua cave, which means the Dancing Cave, since then. The cave can also be called the Mua cave ecolodge. The area is also a very luxurious resort, with the best style and service in the ancient capital land.
Mua cave is also known for its many hot check-in spots on the mountains with a full view of the Tam Coc area. The complex is also chosen to be in many popular music videos by famous artists, such as pop-singer Hoang Thuy Linh’s "Banh Troi Nuoc" and many other travel programs such as "Vietnam Why Not".
In order to conquer the Mua mountain, visitors will have to climb 486 ancient stone steps with rich moss on both sides of the staircase decorated with dragon motifs and carved phoenixes representing Tran art. From the foot of the mountain, you can also clearly see the white stone path leading to the top of the mountain.
The largest year-round blooming lotus lagoon in Ninh Binh with a heart-shaped wooden bridge, rice fields stretching at the foot of the ancient mountains or giant cactus gardens, the largest artificial waterfall in Ninh Binh and other hot attractions of Mua caves ecolodge.
Mua cave is an eco-tourism complex where you can participate in mountain sports and fully enjoy the magnificent view of the area. Although the number of visitors here is very large, the services are always in order. Domestic and foreign tourists coming to Ninh Binh are sure to be satisfied and fall in love with this beautiful place.
Located in the tourist complex of Hoa Lu, the ancient capital, Mua cave, along with a series of other famous landmarks, forms a chain of tourist attractions that attracts both domestic and foreign tourists. As Ninh Binh tourism grows, Mua cave is definitely one of the top destinations in the land of the ancient capital.
(Vietnam Today 5.2022)