It used to be the center of the rule of the Ding Dynasty, the former Le Dynasty and the early Li Dynasty in Vietnam. There are some ancient temples here. If you like historical sites, don’t miss it. An amazing journey that combines historical sites, limestone karst peaks and mysterious caves.
It is as beautiful as the landscape of Guilin. Although it is rainy, the tourists are more interested in traveling. The clothes are wet after the cruise. Umbrellas are not very useful on rainy days. It is not as good as a poncho. A place worth visiting.
The emerald curtain surrounds the embankment, with shallow depth and shallow depth. Compared with Halong Bay, Ninh Binh is much more peaceful and quiet, and there are fewer Chinese group tourists. Those female ferries who stepped on the oars of the boat always reminded people of the scenes in those Southeast Asian literature and art. Even if it is rainy, it is still beautiful to make people forget the time.
Among the caves, the scenery is beautiful and a good place for leisure and play.
Ninh Binh is not a frequent route for Chinese people. I read about this place from LP and was deeply attracted by the "Halong Bay in the Paddy Fields" Sangu (Tam Coc). The scenic area needs to be visited by boat. The boat ride takes about 1.5 hours. The boatman or the boat girl is dressed tightly, holding a parasol, pedaling with oars, and the speed of the boat is not slow. Along the way, the river is clear and refreshing, the rice fragrant lotus scent is in the air, and three holes must be passed during the period (this is also the origin of the name Tam Coc).