Category: Places to see

Van Trinh Cave

Van Trinh Cave

Van Trinh Cave has nearly 4000 square meter, is one of the biggest and most beautiful caves of Ninh Binh. It is located in Mo Mountain, Van Trinh village, Thuong Hoa commune, Nho Quan district.

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Seagrass Art Craft Kim Ninh Binh Son

Seagrass Art Craft Kim Ninh Binh Son

Planting sedge and weaving the seagrass products are becoming very important traditional craft in Jinshan. This is a profession of indispensable for the majority of the workers. This traditional craft has yet ancient roots as some age-old crafts (weaving, embroidery, stone carving, carpentry … in the province), but also spent quite a lot of human […]

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Embroidery Villages Van Lam

Embroidery Villages Van Lam

Located in the resort complex of Tam Coc Bich Dong is Van Lam embroidery craft villages. Don’t know appearing ever since but according of the tools in the village, the village had from thousands of years ago. Since that time, the antediluvian ceiling King was stationed in this place and the Empress Trần Thị Dung […]

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The Top Attractions To Visit In Ninh Binh, Vietnam

The Top Attractions To Visit In Ninh Binh, Vietnam (P1)

The province of Ninh Binh shares its name with the province’s capital city of the same name, and it is an area that is famous for its intimidating and dramatic landscapes and the steep-sided cliffs that are a distinctive part of the region. >>Tam coc tour >>Mua Cave During the colonial period, the landscape made […]

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Thien Ton Cave

Thien Ton Cave

From Ninh Binh city, head north 6km, turn left for nearly 1km tourists will reach Thien Ton cave which lies at the foot of the Dung Duong Mountain in Da Gia Hamlet, Ninh My Commune. In Dai Co Viet time, Thien Ton was seen as the main entrance of Hoa Lu citadel. >>Tam coc tour […]

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Mua Cave

Mua Cave

Down a sleepy road between rice paddies, Mua cave is not terribly impressive, but there are panoramic views from the peak above. A stone staircase beside the cave entrance zigzags through the karst (beware the goat droppings) and it’s almost 500 steps to a simple altar to Quan Am (the Goddess of Mercy). Look west […]

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