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Suggested 2-Day Itinerary In Ninh Binh: Explore the rural Vietnam on your own! (P3)

Everyone addresses this place as the Hang Mua Caves, but to be honest the caves are nothing special. In fact if I had it skip completely, I wouldn’t have missed anything. Even the ones in Thung Nham Bird Park are better IMHO.

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Suggested 2-Day Itinerary In Ninh Binh: Explore the rural Vietnam on your own! (P2)

The boat ride in the Tam Coc rice fields are the main reason tourists come to Ninh Binh. The area is surrounded by hundreds stony outcrops similar to the ones found in Halong Bay. For this reason the area is nicknamed “Halong in Land”.

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Suggested 2-Day Itinerary In Ninh Binh: Explore the rural Vietnam on your own! (P1)

The whole province is an extremely low-key and amazingly scenic place, yet still not packed with tourists. It’s the perfect place to get to know the real authentic Vietnam.

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Excellent travel tips in Ninh Binh

Ninh Binh is a province in Northern Vietnam situated on the boundary of three geographical areas; Red River Delta, Northwest, and North Central. Ninh Binh City is the capital of that province. Its town is quiet, but it is a great base for exploring beautiful surrounding countryside.

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Dong Chuong lake

Newly built and developed in a few years, Dong Chuong lake – Ninh Binh is attracting many tourists by its wild and unexploited beauty with mountains, rivers and pine trees stretching endless as a painting.

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Thien Ha cave

Exploited since October 2010, Galaxy grotto in Son Ha commune, Nho Quan district, Ninh Binh province has contributed to the tourism maps variety and attracted many tourists in Vietnam travel coming there to admire its natural beauty.

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Con Noi

Con Noi is an island belonged to the sea of Ninh Binh province. The habitat area of Bai Ngang – Con Noi in Kim Son was recognized by UNESCO as the World Biosphere Reserves in Red River Delta as well as became the coastal economic zone of Ninh Binh.

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Thung Nang

Thung Nang of Ninh Binh Province is a flooded area adjacent to Tam Coc and close to Bich Dong. While Tam Coc is flanked by rice fields and has more activities, Thung Nang is a pristine and untouched area.

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Am Tien Pagoda and Grotto

Am Tien Cave and Pagoda is one of the relics located in Hoa Lu Ancient Citadel, inside the Ngu Phong Son mountain line which is near the King Dinh Tien Hoang and King Le Dai Hanh’s tomb in Ma Yen Mountain, Yen Ha Village, Truong Yen Commune, Hoa Lu District, Ninh Binh Province.

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Ban Long Cave and Pagoda – a national historical-cultural relic

Ban Long Cave and Pagoda is located in Khe Dau Thuong Hamlet, Ninh Xuan Commune, Hoa Lu District, one of the ancient territories of Ninh Binh Province.

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