Tien Son Cave – A First Choice Destination in Lai Chau

Tien Son Cave is located in Binh Lu Commune, Phong Tho District, Lai Chau Province. It is a complex of the caves and grottos, which has become a special attraction that can be found nowhere else.

More and more tourists come to this Northern mountainous province and visit the Cave because they want to enjoy the majestic natural landscape, the mild climate, the traditional local culture, and especially to explore the mystery of the caves and grottos.

Tien Son Cave- A First- Choice Destination in Lai Chau Vietnam

Tien Son Cave- Lai Chau Province

 Local people said that, formerly, the cave was discovered and called “Dan Don” (means White Stone) because there is a white stone cliff on the eastern gate of the cave. Recently, visitors have realized the fairy beauty of the cave, and the name Tien Son Cave (Fairy Cave) has been given to it.

Tien Son cave is formed from million-year carxto. The cave has 36 separated sections running through the two mountain sides. The deeper it gets, the more spacious it is. Each cave section is named with sacred names such as: Au Co Mother, Lac Long Quan, Ba Chua Kho, etc.

Stepping inside, visitors will have opportunity to enjoy the stalactites and stalagmites of various shapes appearing at their most beauty. The atmosphere in the cave is really cool and peaceful; tourists can relax while walking around.

Tien Son Cave is now a first-choice destination in Lai Chau for both domestic and foreign tourists in Vietnam travel. In near future, Tien Son promises to become a well-known tourist attraction of Lai Chau and of Vietnam also.


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