Chosen to be world heritage for both natural landscapes and cultural significance, Ninh Binh haven’t received the reputation it deserved. The hidden land is just little over 90 kilometers away to the south of Hanoi, making it a perfect day trip to get out of the busy city.
As the latest Vietnam UNESCO heritage, Trang An prides itself on having the most stunning complex of both natural and cultural sights. The limestone cliffs scatter on golden rice fields, the rivers lead to hidden caves and grottoes. Highlighted on the scenery is Bai Dinh pagoda -the largest religious construction built in Vietnam. Meanwhile, Tam Coc – Bich Dong has been called “Ha Long Bay in Land” with its gorgeous karst structures including one of the most beautiful cave in Vietnam. Van Long Nature Reserve, Cuc Phuong National Park also can’t be missed for a journey to enjoy the most serene and enriched wildlife of the country.
Boat trips in Ninh Binh also offer you an opportunity to peek into the rural life of Ninh Binh’s countryside.
Since Ninh Binh was the filming location for the famous movie ‘Kong: Skull Island’, it’s such an unnecessary thing to mention how beautiful and dramatic the landscape of Ninh Binh are. Recognized...
One of the best time to visit Ninh Binh is May when the rice fields in Ninh Binh turn green and golden. Especially Tam Coc will be most beautiful with its floating rice fields on the poetic Ngo D...
You’re planning to take a Hanoi day trip to Ninh Binh and spend time there for 2 days or more? Click to see how to get to Ninh Binh from Hanoi and more ideas for a 2-day itinerary in Ninh Binh – ...
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