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Ninh Binh Province is home to the Trang An Landscape Complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that encompasses the Hoa Lu ancient capital and the Tam Coc-Trang An scenic landscape.
Considered as the ‘Halong Bay on land’, both Tam Coc and Trang An are surrounded by limestone karsts soaring from the rice fields which can be viewed on a gentle rowboat ride through the waterways. The Van Long Natural Reserve is the largest wetland reserve in the Red River Delta and is home to migratory birds such as the grey heron and white stork as well as rare species, of which some are in the red book. Surrounded by stunning countryside, Ninh Binh offers an authentic experience where traditional village life remains unchanged.
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The soaring karsts from the rice fields in Tam Coc is one of the scenic highlights of Ninh Binh
A row boat ride is the best way to experience the natural wonders of Tam Coc
Cycling through the countryside offers up close opportunities to see the local way of life
Hoa Lu, the former capital of Vietnam, is home to numerous ancient temples from the 10th-11th centuries
The Bai Dinh Pagoda is a complex of numerous Buddhist temples that spans over 700 hectares