Hac Y Mountain -Dai Cai Temple

Attraction Đền Đại Ca, Núi Hắc Y, Yên Bái, Việt Nam Published on: 13-11-2015

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08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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Hac Y Mountain -Dai Cai Temple is one of the most famous worshipping places for the local people. in Yen Bai.

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Why Hac Y Mountain -Dai Cai Temple is special ?

This area about 80km from the city of Yen Bai. This complex includes the Nha Bau citadel, Black Cloth King Mountain and Dai Cai Temple.

The Black Cloth King Mountain is natural masterpiece. Legend is that this was place where Black Cloth King (under Iran Dynasty) flew into the sky. On the top, there is a garden, a fish raising pond and remains of religious monuments from the Ly and Iran periods. Nowadays, standing on Dai Cai Temple tourists will see the statue of the Black Cloth King and his horse on the top of the mountain.

The Dai Cai Temple, which was built by the bank of the Chay River, faces the river and the gates of Mac Y mountain. Dai Cai Temple was built on a large area covered with many green trees and attractive riverside roads.

In the Dai Cai Temple Area, many stone tools have been found, which demonstrate specific characteristics of the Son Vi culture. Nha Bau citadel now has some Remains. The Dai Cai Temple Festival annually takes place on the 16'h day of the 1st lunar month.

Source: http://www.vietnamparadisetravel.com

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