Trang An eco-tourism complex in Ninh Binh

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Trang An eco-tourism complex
Trang An eco-tourism complex

Trang An eco-tourism complex is considered as “Halong Bay on land” with many caves, mountains, valleys, rivers, forests and historical monuments. Visitors can drive about 100 kilometers from Hanoi to reach this attraction in Ninh Binh.

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The entire cave is home to 50 of Trang An caves connecting 30 small valleys which follow about 10 kilometers from North to South. This is the perfect destination for who loves nature and discover the magnificent caves of Ninh Binh. There are 31 valleys, 50 cross-water caves comprising over 2,000 meters caves such as: Dia Linh, Sinh Duoc, May, etc. Take a boat tour around Trang An, tourists will have a chance to pass many grottoes in the complex, for examples: Toi, Sang, Nau Ruou, Com, Vong, Lang, Ao Trai, etc. Inside the caves the stalactites and stalagmites have diverse shapes which stimulate the imaginations of visitors. The weather in these caves is so cool and fresh. But for those with different interests, there are numerous historical relics related to architecture, economics, social and military history from the Dinh, Le and Ly dynasties. There are many valleys like Tran Temple Valley, May Valley, Khong Valley, Nau Ruou Valley.

Tran Temple Valley
Tran Temple Valley

Trang An is a primary forest of great diversity in flora and fauna. According to statistics, Trang An is home to about 577 plant species including 10 species listed in the Red Book of Vietnam. It has rare animals, such as precious primate branch panties, phoenix earth,…

Trang An is known not only as a scenic destination but also as a sacred place for Buddhists. Bai Dinh is a complex of pagodas in Vietnam the largest and one of the most important centers of Buddhism in the country and also the South-East Asia. It includes the ancient Bai Dinh pagoda where new records are set such as the bronze bell of 36 tones, the statue of Buddha of 100 tons, etc.

Bai Dinh pagoda
Bai Dinh pagoda

The entrance to Trang An is a wharf. Sitting on the boat and drifting on the rivers, visitors can discover the mysteries of the caves and breath the incense smoke from the temples leave space for peace. To summarize, visiting Trang An eco-tourism complex, tourists can have opportunity to enjoy fresh air and mountain scenery like taking into magical world.