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    Touring the west side of the Delta

    Ha Tien on the Gulf of Thailand is famous for its stunning sceneries at places such as Mui Nai Beach, Thon Van Stone Cave and Chong Islet and for its many historical and cultural relics.



    Departing from the center of Ha Tien Township, the first stop should be the royal tombs and temples of the Mac Cuu family among the trees, birds and insects at Binh San Mountain. Phu Dung Pagoda is worth a look for its architecture and design.





    Thon Van Stone Cave is just three kilometers from the center of Ha Tien. Seen from a distance, the cave, which is 50 meters high, looks like a hat of a general. Inside the cave is a Buddhist pagoda and Ba Chua Xu Temple. There are also the typical stalactites and many dark and mysterious small grottos that tourists should not enter.



    Den Mountain and Mui Nai Beach promise comfort and relaxation. After a dip in the sea and playing with the waves, there is a roller coaster on a track smooth enough for little kids to enjoy. From right near the beach and for VND40,000 the gentle train achieves a little altitude on the side of Ta Ban Mountain. The winding track passing through the forest of the mountain is a good safe adventure.



    On the peak of the mountain is the Vong Hai Dai Watchtower where tourists can admire the panoramic view of the region and make out Phu Quoc and many other islands.

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    We are a few days away from the 10th annual Tour de Westside, “We’re on a mission from God”. This year as usual plans on being the biggest and best yet. Keeping with the theme this year we will have available for purchase at the event black fedora’s & black wayfarer sunglasses, $3 for both, or bring your own if you have them. Also new this year will be the award for Best Bike. This will be judged around Noon at Putt Putt’s and the winner will receive a trophy as well as a prize. You can register the day of. Again here is the Map of Events for this years Tour.

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    Departing from the center of Ha Tien Township, the first stop should be the royal tombs and temples of the Mac Cuu family among the trees, birds and insects at Binh San Mountain. Phu Dung Pagoda is worth a look for its architecture and design.
    Thon Van Stone Cave is just three kilometers from the center of Ha Tien. Seen from a distance, the cave, which is 50 meters high, looks like a hat of a general. Inside the cave is a Buddhist pagoda and Ba Chua Xu Temple. There are also the typical stalactites and many dark and mysterious small grottos that tourists should not enter.
    Den Mountain and Mui Nai Beach promise comfort and relaxation. After a dip in the sea and playing with the waves, there is a roller coaster on a track smooth enough for little kids to enjoy. From right near the beach and for VND 40,000 the gentle train achieves a little altitude on the side of Ta Ban Mountain. The winding track passing through the forest of the mountain is a good safe adventure.

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    Modern water puppetry is performed in a pool of water 4 meters square with the water surface being the stage. Performance today occurs on one of three venues—on traditional ponds in villages where a staging area has been set up, on portable tanks built for traveling performers, or in a specialized building where a pool stage has been constructed.Up to 8 puppeteers stand behind a split-bamboo screen, decorated to resemble a temple facade, and control the puppets using long bamboo rods and string mechanism hidden beneath the water surface. The puppets are carved out of wood and often weigh up to 15 kg.

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    Thanks for sharing this great article about things to do and to see in Thailand. I found your post very informative. Keep sharing more such posts.

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