Located in the core area of Trang An World Cultural and Natural Heritage, Thung Ui attracts tourists by the wild and quiet beauty of Hoa Lu mountains and forests. This is a new tourist destination that will be put into operation in early 2018 with a system of stilt houses fully equipped for relaxation. This […]
Tuyet Tinh Coc Ninh Binh is a wild beauty separate from the outside. This place is peaceful and really quiet. Then make the scene is dreamy and somewhat mysterious and also makes many people feel like they are lost in a certain historical movie. Tuyet Tinh Coc Ninh Binh is a unique as hidden beautiful girl […]
Bai Dinh Pagoda is famous for its great size and imposingness. The pagoda will be also set more record for the owner of the most Arhat Statues in ASEAN with 500 Arhat statues made of stone and stand higher than human’s head.
Phat Diem Cathedral was built between 1875 and 1899 four roofs and six sets of iron wooden pillars and consists of a network of ponds, lakes, churches, and artificial caves.
Situated in Tam Coc – Bich Dong tourism area, Thai Vi temple was built to remember the Kings of Tran dynasty for establishment of Vu Lam Royal step-over in 1258 after the Kings passed away.
Van Long natural reserve is located in Gia Vien district, Ninh Binh province. It is far about 90 kilometers from Hanoi to the south. Van Long is not only a natural reserve of wetlands but also the cultural relics.
In 1773, Mr. Nguyen Nghiem (the father of the great writer Nguyen Du) visited this cave. After viewing the whole scenery of the mountains, waterways, fields, and sky covered in green mist.
Cuc Phuong National Park lies at the south-eastern extent of a limestone range that runs north-west to Son La province. This limestone range predominantly comprises karst, marine in origin and perhaps 200 million years old.
Not far from this Vietnam’s ancient capital lies the small fishing village of Kenh Ga. To many the name will be unfamiliar, but then this is often the case with well-kept secrets.
Located in Ninh Binh province, the Tam Coc caves are known as the inland Ha Long Bay. It is 3 hours’ drive out of Hanoi. At the river docks, you board an open-air sampan which you hire with a rower.