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Reviewed 3 July 2018

There is a lot you can learn about Vietnam Culture from a visit to The Black Virgin Mountain. I would recomind visiting.

Thank Scott P
Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

One word..Spectacular..take a train up to the Cable Cars and away you go, once there , there is a Beautiful Temple on the mountain, the view is spectacular, i filmed going up and back down in the cable car, Magnificent, Black Lady Mountain and Cai...More

1  Thank Robyn F
Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile

As known as the tallest mountain of the Southeast region, Bà Đen is the best for trekking. There are lots of ways to get the top. From the peak, you will enjoy a perfect view of the valley that immediately relieves the fatigue of the...More

2  Thank Guide694210
Reviewed 23 May 2018 via mobile

The moutain is a popular place for the young to trek and set camp on the top. I didnot the the westerner around the area. With nearly 1000 m above the sea level, we experience the sightseeing full of trees, especially mango. There are 2...More

Thank Relax716695
Reviewed 16 May 2018

It could be 5 stars if not for the sheer amount of trash littered all over the trails. I enjoyed the hike up when we are near to the summit. The amount of trash is not only limited to the campsites, but we saw so...More

1  Thank BernardK546
Reviewed 15 May 2018

This place is quite amazing but very very dirty. I don't know if it's dirty because Vietnamese are very dirty throwing away cans, papers and food or because the staff doesn't clean. The view from the top of the mountain is incredible.

Thank HelenH3695
Reviewed 10 May 2018

Combinevthis stunning hill, renowned for its history, folklore and vietnam warnwith a visit to tge cao dai temple. You can gomup toby cable car, butbif you want to gontonthevtop where thevusa had its look outvyounwill havevto climb thevlast part, but it is well worth, the...More

Thank Peter V
Reviewed 3 January 2018 via mobile

We visited the mountain and travelled half way to the top by cable car. This was a little expensive at 650 000vnd return. The sights were extensive and in the distance you can see the river system. We started to walk up to the top,...More

2  Thank andrew s
Reviewed 17 December 2017 via mobile

This is one of my top 5 pagoda in Vietnam and is worth a visit. If you can travel with a Vietnamese person do it they can give you the context to the beauty.

Thank Adam B
Reviewed 6 December 2017

Starts easy, bit of a pilgrimage for the locals with steps up to a temple for about 45 minutes, then the real hiking begins after this. about an hour more up to the famous overhanging rock photo, then about another hour+ to the top. Come...More

1  Thank SamH4762
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We only went up the first lot of steps just beyond the temples and no sign of leeches so not sure if you would find them if you climbed all the way to the top. You could contact My Tiger Tours and they might have an... More
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You can contact Sinhcafe/thesinhtour. They have open tours everyday.
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