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We debated giving the park a miss after reading the mixed reviews - thankfully we gave it a try! We found the staff helpful, the signage clear even though the map on the ticket is a little confusing. There is an approximately 3km round walk...More
The advantage of being here off season is that the place was pretty deserted of tourists- the downside of this is that management have decided to do most of the renovation work. Unfortunately the bird song is drowned out by diggers, drills and angle grinders....More
We got there in the late afternoon, embarked a boat trip and from the small boat, we could see thousands of birds being back to their homes. They flied in the sky, came down the tree and we even felt that we could touch some...More
If you go to Tam coc, you really need to go to the bird reserve. It's 100,000 Dong to get in, but you can spend a good few hours here exploring the caves and other things. If you get there for mid afternoon you can...More
The environment is peace and quiet.
But the map is not clear on how you should walk to the different places.
Lots of walking. Recommend to get a bicycle and cycle around there.
I hope they could provide a better map so that it can...More
there was a corporate retreat of sorts on the property with a guy yelling really loudly in Vietnamese into a loudspeaker accompanied by dance music. The noise reverberated all over the place the whole time we were there. The furthest thing from peaceful we could...More
This park was much bigger than expected and very much to our suprise there were very few people. The park seems to be part of a resort, but there is a huge cave to walk or rather duck through, which was the largest 'walk-through' cave...More
We cycled from our hotel near Tam Coc to the Thung Nham bird garden. It was 100,000vnd each for entrance into the gardens and once inside there are a variety of caves that you can go into, there’s a boat ride (this costs extra but...More