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Tây Ninh Province is located in the southeastern of Vietnam, bordering Cambodia to the west. It is situated about 96 kilometers northwest of Ho Chi Minh city.

1. Where is Ba Den Mountain in Tay Ninh?

Ba Den Mountain is a famous Tay Ninh beauty located in the Northeast of Tay Ninh city, belonging to the cultural and historical relic complex of Ba Den Mountain, about 100km from Ho Chi Minh City. Tây Ninh is known for its diverse landscapes, cultural richness, and historical significance, and it is the best vacation for teenagers.

Ba Den has an altitude of 986m, the highest mountain in the South. In addition to its impressive height, this place also has charming natural scenery and majestic mountains. Currently, there is a cable car line that takes tourists to the top of the mountain to admire the scenery and admire tourist attractions and spiritual relics.

Ba Den has an altitude of 986m, the highest mountain in the South.

2. Ideal time to travel to Ba Den Mountain in Tay Ninh

Normally, it will take you half a day to conquer the top of the mountain. Therefore, the weather factor plays a very important role.

The dry season in Tay Ninh starts from December to April of the following year. This is the most ideal time to travel to Ba Den Mountain in Tay Ninh. Especially during the Ba Den Pagoda festival season from January 4 to 16, the number of pilgrims coming here is huge.

During the rainy season from May to November, you can also visit and travel. However, you should check the weather forecast before your trip to choose a dry day.

 the weather factor plays a very important role

3. Directions to Ba Den Mountain in Tay Ninh

3.1. Road to Ba Den Mountain from Ho Chi Minh City

If you depart from Ho Chi Minh City, you can choose to travel to Ba Den Mountain in Tay Ninh by private car or motorbike with 2 routes:

From National Highway 22A, go to the Trang Bang intersection, then turn right onto Provincial Highway 782. Continue going about 62km to Ba Den Mountain. With this route, you will travel for about 3 hours. On the way, there will be places to stop for drinks. Don't forget to rest and recuperate to continue your climbing journey!

From Highway 22A to Trang Bang intersection, then turn left onto Go Dau district road. Continue going up Highway 22B for about 72km and you will reach Ba Den Mountain. This route is longer but the natural scenery is very beautiful. If you love nature and want to have beautiful check-in photos, you should go in this direction.

Road to Tay Ninh province from Ho Chi Minh City

3.2. Road from Tay Ninh bus station to Ba Den mountain

If from Tay Ninh bus station, you can also travel quickly by motorbike or bus.

If traveling by motorbike, you just need to follow Highway 22 to Tay Ninh. After that, ask the people to find the way to Ba Den mountain.

If traveling by bus, you will catch the bus from Tay Ninh bus station straight to the back gate of Ba Den Mountain. This is a safe and very fast method of transportation, suitable for all types of tourists.

4. Ways to get to Ba Den Mountain

Depending on your purpose of traveling to Ba Den Mountain in Tay Ninh, you can choose different ways to go up the mountain as follows:

4.1. Take the Ba Den mountain cable car to see the scenery

Ba Den Mountain has a cable car system to the top to help visitors explore the natural beauty from above. Taking the cable car is convenient, saving time and effort.

Cable car ticket price to Ba Den Mountain tourist area in Tay Ninh:

Adults: 250,000 VND/person

Children (1- 1.4m): 150,000 VND / person

Cable car to Ba Den Mountain tourist area in Tay Ninh


- Children under 1m get free cable car tickets.

- The cable car operates continuously from 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. The management board will stop selling tickets at 8:30 p.m. Therefore, tourists need to be proactive about time during their travel journey.

- The above cable car ticket prices are applicable from January 1, 2021 and will be adjusted from time to time. Visitors should consult in advance to understand the specific price.

4.2. Climbing Ba Den Mountain - an interesting trekking route for backpackers

In addition to the cable car route to the top of the mountain, you can also conquer the roof of the Southern region by climbing. This is an ideal trekking route for young people who love to explore. Accordingly, there will be 5 routes of increasing difficulty level.

Pagoda Road:

This is the easiest route to conquer Ba Den Peak. From the welcome gate, just follow the directions to get there. Along the way, there are many bars where you can have a snack, rest, and drink water to fuel your journey.

Electric pole path:

The electric pole path is quite suitable for those new to climbing. This route has steps and clear markings.

Water Pipeline:

The water pipe route has a section that will be climbed along the pagoda road, and is considered the 3rd most difficult of the 5 routes to conquer the top of Ba Den mountain. To follow this path, you must have a guide. Visitors will have to crawl through relatively dangerous water pipes. However, in return, you will be able to admire the majestic and poetic natural scenery.

Ma Thien Lanh Trail:

If you are a professional trekking, this will be a new discovery for you. This terrain has no trails or stone steps. Visitors will have to research carefully and have a companion guide the way.

Phung Mountain Road:

This is the last route and also the route with the greatest difficulty, challenging every climber. You will have to spend 2 days climbing to the top of Phung Mountain and then continue the journey to Ba Den Peak. I warn you that those who are not healthy enough, do not have enough endurance, or do not have a local guide should not follow this route.



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