Located four kilometres from Ha Tien and just three kilometres shy of the Cambodian border, Thach Dong cave pagoda is the only notable Buddhist pagoda in town that really deserves a visit – so why not stop and stretch your legs if you are on your way too/from the border? Enter the labyrinthine caverns to find cloistered altars and chambers concealing funerary tablets. The echoing tunnels ... Read more about Thac Dong Cave Pagoda .
Named for its apparent likeness to the head of a stag (the people of Ha Tien have better imaginations than the rest of us), this peninsula offers beach time. If you're coming from Phu Quoc, you won't be impressed -- though the yellow-brown sand is clean, the water calm and clear, it really pales in comparison to those found on the island. It’ll do if you’re keen for a splash and it will ... Read more about Mui Nai .
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