Where is Trang An located?
Ninh Binh Province
Located within Ninh Binh Province of North Vietnam near the southern margin of the Red River Delta, the Trang An Landscape Complex (Trang An) is a mixed cultural and natural property contained mostly within three protected areas; the Hoa Lu Ancient Capital, the Trang An-Tam Coc-Bich Dong Scenic Landscape, and the Hoa …
How do you get to Trang?
How to get to Trang An from Ninh Binh City Center. If you are in Ninh Binh or Tam Coc, the best way to get Trang An is by motorbike or taxi. You can rent a motorbike in one day with 150,000 VND/day, taxi will cost about 15,000 VND/km. A tip for you is you should choose a metered taxi to avoid over-charge.
Why you should visit Trang An?
Trang An is considered as a place to preserve and own for itself many ecosystems of wetlands and limestone mountains as well as cultural and historical relics under the Dinh and Tran periods. Currently, this area still retains its original pristine beauty and always a place to stop on the journey to explore Ninh Binh.
How do you get to Mua caves?
In the morning the first train of the day usually starts from 6:00- 6:15 am at Ha Noi station (120 Le Duan). After 2 hours it arrives in Ninh Binh at station (N. 01 Hoang Hoa Tham). From Ninh Binh station you can take a taxi or hire a motorbike to reach Mua Cave Tour.
What is the Trang An scenic landscape complex?
The Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex includes Hoa Lư, Tam Cốc/Bích Động, and Bai Dinh Temple . Trang An wharf is located 3 km south of Hoa Lu ancient capital, 7 km from Ninh Binh city to the west along Trang An boulevard, 16 km from Tam Diep city in the north through Tam Coc.
What to do in Trang An Ninh Binh?
This is one of the most amazing tours in Trang An, Ninh Binh. You will see a stone road surrounded by around 40 huts made of bamboo. In order to attract tourists, local people will dress up and make up like the aborigines in the film while sitting in huts.
What are the different types of landscapes in Ninh Binh province?
Ninh Binh Province consists of three different types of landscapes including wetlands, coastal delta, and uplands.