Our travel tips for travel to ninh binh
Rice fields along the river
Tam Coc is located in Ninh Binh Province, about 100km south of Hanoi which can be done easily in a day trip from the hustle and bustle capital city. Copying on the world-famous Halong bay, Tam Coc is considered the glamorous land of unique landscapes and myth. Except you are not sailing on a junk nor on the sea, but on a wee paddling boat on the submerged rice fields. If you don’t like boats and want to explore the area in a different way, you can choose to bike around the area (and get maybe even more impressive views). Apart from inspiring scenery, you have great chance to observe rural way of living. In late September, the fields are still green with patches of golden color, making a picturesque view, mixed with imposing mountains and peaceful villages.
Take boat trip in Ninh Binh
A leisurely row boat journey by the beautiful Ninh Binh countryside – its rice paddies, Karst Mountains and cave formations – is a particular spotlight to go.
Boats normally watch for a gaggle of 4 to assemble after which set off with a neighborhood lady rowing.
Small boats shall be paddled by native lady alongside the river for a few hours, by caves and previous paddy fields and karst formations. Should you begin from Tam Coc additionally, you will go to Thai Vi Pagoda. Whether or not one route is healthier than one other is open for debate -- we would counsel selecting whichever fits your journey plans higher.
Best time to visit Ninh Binh
Almost any time of the year is good to visit Ninh Binh.Like in all the north Vietnam, May to October in Ninh Binh is hot, humid and with high rainfall. The region can be specially vulnerable to typhoons during September. November to April months tend to be cooler and dry.However, the rainy season is also when the rice fields are at their best vivid green, so there’s really a reason to visit all year round!
Explore old village people in Ninh Binh
Ninh Binh is also a land of traditional handicraft villages with a long history. There are about 160 villages out of 1,500 villages in Ninh Binh province which have been preserved and developed traditional occupations with over 40 different occupations.Many traditional villages have been included in tourism, typical are Van Lam embroidery, Kim Son Sea-grass fine craft, Ninh Van stone carvings, Bo Bat pottery, Phuc Loc carpentry, Van Long bamboo knitting , Binh Khang Penjing, etc. The skillful hands and creative minds of traditional villages’people have createdbeautiful and economic products that express cultural meaning and the beautiful values of Ninh Binh people
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