Trang An Landscape Complex

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Trang An Landscape Complex
Described as an inland Halong Bay, this sublime area west of the town of Ninh Binh, about 60 miles south of Hanoi, was granted UNESCO World Heritage Status in 2014 on account of its “spectacular landscape of limestone karst peaks permeated with valleys, many of them partly submerged and surrounded by steep, almost vertical cliffs.” While the description is accurate, it doesn’t adequately capture the experience of a visit. Boats ply the waters of the Red River Delta, passing hulking karst mountains with stops at grottoes along the way. Also popular, the rowboat trips at Tam Coc, south of Ninh Binh wind up a twisting river flanked by limestone peaks and verdant arable fields.
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Trang An Village, Commune,, Trường Yên, Hoa Lư, Ninh Bình, Vietnam
+84 96 430 11 77