Phone: (0206) - 3854 211
Time to visit a place: 120 phút
Open Time: 7:00 AM -
Close Time: 6:00 PM
Address: Soc Ha, Ha Quang, Cao Bang Xã Sóc Hà, Huyện Hà Quảng, Tỉnh Cao Bằng
Throughout Cao Bang, Nung Tri Cao shrines or temples are established in many places in the districts of Hoa An, Ha Quang, Thong Nong, Quang Uyen etc. He is regarded as a hero, or a god of agriculture. On this route, tourists will visit Nung Tri
Cao Temple in Coc Vuong locality, Soc Ha commune, Ha Quang district.
The Temple was built on top of a hill, backed by the solid Phja Ma mountain range, and facing the Ta Con River - an upstream tributary of the Bang River. According to the local people, the Phja Ma range looks like a horse heading toward the Temple; hence during worshiping the soul of Nung Tri Cao will ride a horse down to support and protect the local people.
Nung Tri Cao (1025-1053) represents the mind and power of upland ethnic people in
their fight against the oppression of feudal domination. His image is deeply ngrained
in the minds of the people not only in the provinces of Cao Bang, Lang Son, Ha Giang
of Northeast Vietnam, but also in some other neighbouring countries such as China, Thailand and Myanmar. In 1041, Nung Chi Cao was appointed as the leader of Quang Nguyen (the present day Cao Bang) ... View more