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Dai Dinh Tam Dao, Tam Dao, Vietnam
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I visited the town of Tam Dao but I didn't make it to the National Park. I did hike and walked up the many stairs to the Buddhist Temple. I was there for the day. Beautiful, friendly people with many places to eat. I would...More

Thank Craig F
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

The first impression is a lots of mist. Even it’s not rainy, it’s still misting whole day. There’re 4 reasons in Tam Dao, cold in the morning, warm midday, cool in the afternoon & rainy , hot-rarely. Hotel is a little cheap for me, 500k...More

1  Thank Rachellan59
Reviewed 1 April 2018

Some awesome views up on top of the mountain. That being said there is A LOT of construction going on. The little town is exploding and the entire road up the mountain is under construction so lots of heavy vehicles. I'm only giving it 5...More

3  Thank trekyeah
Reviewed 23 October 2017

My partner and I, having taken the advice of someone who really should have known better, decided to visit Tam Dao. I have travelled extensively but this really was one of the worst 24 hours I have spent in any country. If you are interested...More

1  Thank Daniel H
Reviewed 1 July 2017

We had race here Tamdao Mountain race 70 km, many beautiful places to see, mountains, rivers, wildlife, many insects if you are nature lover and want to escape you should come here

Thank MichaelDolgy
Reviewed 4 June 2017

Quite close to Hanoi (less than 2 hours drive) the hills of Tam Dao offer a nice week end destination when residing in Hanoi. The food provided by manifold street and market restaurants is exquisite, tasty and of high quality.

Thank Michel C
Reviewed 29 December 2016

We came to there in the morning and the first thing impressed me are fresh air and great scenes. It was sunny and lightly smog so the scenes became more attractive. The houses in Tam Dao are so lovely and colourful. I loved the specialties...More

2  Thank ThommyAt
Reviewed 29 November 2016

Tam Dao is a beautiful spot for a day trip or maybe a weekend getaway. With one or two hikes and a few sites to see in town (the waterfall and the church), it's a good break from the busy streets of Hanoi. The forest...More

1  Thank Wayde N
Reviewed 15 November 2016 via mobile

I visited the churches, temples and waterfall of Tam Dao during the American Labor Day weekend. But it was just like home! Thousands of Vietnamese flocked to this resort-like area on curvy mountain roads. It was awesome! A very VN experience. It was great to...More

Thank TIE T
Reviewed 21 September 2016

Green Wild national park on a very high moutant Tam Dao. Quite dangerous way to go to Tam Dao but it is very fresh at there not like the downtown. The temperature is only 15 degrees in the summer.

Thank SmileTripVietnam
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Yes. You do. but Tam Dao is quite near to Hanoi and easy to travel,so you can travel by your own. You can rent the motorbike in Old Quarter to travel which seems as the best way to travel to Tam Dao. if not, you can rent a... More
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