An exceptionally beautiful landscape of limestone pinnacles, Ninh Binh has a good reason to be called "Ha Long Bay on Land".
Designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this spectacular landscape of forest-mantled rock towers, submerged valleys and mystical grottoes has inspired people throughout history.
VU LAM ROYAL STEPS
A hidden military base built during the Tran dynasty.
Similar to Trang An, a visit to Tam Coc will have visitors navigating in their hired boat down the river. They will pass rice paddies, limestone hills and a series of natural caves. In total, there are three marvelous grottoes of different sizes in Tam Coc; hence the name.
Approximately 20 kilometres north of Ninh Binh city, this protective area is teeming with local floral and fauna.
THE PRIDE OF HUE