Located about 90 km from Hanoi to the south, endowed with many places of particular interest which have been well known inside and outside Vietnam such as Tam Coc – Bich Dong, Cuc Phuong National Park, Trang An Grottoes and Van Long Nature Reserves, Ninh Binh has long become a popular destination in Vietnam. There are also many historical relics, for instances Hoa Lu Ancient Capital, Bich Dong Pagoda, Thai Vi Temple, Phat Diem Stone Cathedral, Tam Diep Defense Line. All of them are attractive to both Vietnamese and foreign tourists. Ninh Binh is the charming land of myth and unique landscapes.
Ninh Binh’s topography comprises three different types of landscapes which are wetlands, coastal delta, hills and mountains. With such a variety of landscapes, Ninh Binh offers many tourist attractions as primitive rain forest, mountains, hills, river delta and the coastal delta. Furthermore, Ninh Binh is endowed with numerous historical relics dating back to the Dinh, Early Le, Ly and Tran dynasties from the 10th-13th century. Annually, Ninh Binh has many traditional festivals reflecting the cultural identities of Red river delta villages.
With a deeply rooted history and cultural tradition, the people of Ninh Binh are traditionally very industrious, hard working, studious, kind, patriotic and particularly hospitable.
Most tourist attractions are situated within a radius of 50km from the provincial city of Ninh Binh and the linking with all major transport systems as the national highway No 1A and the South – North railway. Therefore, long distance busses and trains from Hanoi to Hue, Ho Chi Minh City and vice versa stop here making Ninh Binh an ideal place to spend several days relaxing.
Attractions in Ninh Binh
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