The peaceful and sacred temple of Cua Ong has become increasingly attractive thanks to the pristine beauty of Ban flowers in full bloom.

Ban flower means “sweet flower” according to Thai language. This kind of tree belongs to the woody plant. It is about 5 to 12 meters in height. Each branch of the tree has the brownish shell and heart-shaped leaves. Unlike most plants, the leaves of Ban flower tree distributes sparsely in a branch. 

The color of Ban flowers beautifies the temple.
The temple is dedicated to Tran Quoc Tang, an outstanding general of the Tran dynasty and the third son of Tran Quoc Tuan.
The hill is covered with Ban flowers.

Photo: Quang Ninh Online

Chung nhan Tin Nhiem Mang