Ninh Binh, the place that got featured in Kong: Skull Island

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Ninh Binh, the place that got featured in Kong: Skull Island
If you had the chance to watch the movie Kong: Skull Island and were amazed by the breathtaking sights captured in it, it’s a must to visit Ninh Binh as this is the filming location of the Hollywood blockbuster movie.

From ancient temples to hidden caves and verdant rice paddies, this province in northern Vietnam has a bit of everything. 
 
  • Trang An

    Trang AnTrang An

    Trang An is the most popular tourist attraction in Ninh Binh at the moment. In June 2014, UNESCO named Trang An a Natural and Cultural Heritage Site. Trang An is famous for its wild and pristine beauty shaped by winding rivers and limestone mountain ranges, leading to more unearthly and natural caves.

  • Tam Coc

    Tam CocTam Coc

    Known as "Halong Bay on land", Tam Coc has been a famous destination ever since it was still the capital of Vietnam. Tam Coc means "Three Caves" which includes Ca Cave, Hai Cave and Ba Cave. The three of them were all formed by how Ngo Dong River ran through the mountains.

  • Bich Dong

    Bich DongBich Dong

    Locating not so far away from Tam Coc, Bich Dong is titled "Nam Thien De Nhi Dong" which literally means "The Second Nicest Grotto of the South". Visiting Bich Dong, tourists can witness the sight of mountains, grottos and temples in one picture, creating an ancient yet dreamlike sight.

  • Bai Dinh Temple

    Bai Dinh TempleBai Dinh Temple

    Bai Dinh is a remarkably important temple in Vietnam as it holds many records for itself: biggest temple in Southeast Asia, biggest bronze bell tower or biggest Maitreya Buddha statue. Thus, the temple attracts a large number of visitors every year.

  • Van Long Lagoon

    Van Long LagoonVan Long Lagoon

    Van Long Lagoon locates in Gia Vien District, Ninh Binh. This is the biggest Nature Reserve in the Red River Delta. Van Long Lagoon is also home to thousand of fauna and flora species and even rare animals such as delacour's langur, Indochinese serow, banded palm civet, etc.

  • Van Long Lagoon

    Van Long LagoonVan Long Lagoon

    Van Long Lagoon locates in Gia Vien District, Ninh Binh. This is the biggest Nature Reserve in the Red River Delta. Van Long Lagoon is also home to thousand of fauna and flora species and even rare animals such as delacour's langur, Indochinese serow, banded palm civet, etc.

  • Hoa Lu

    Hoa LuHoa Lu

    Hoa Lu used to be the capital of Vietnam, hence the royal palace, temple and tomb heritages with high cultural value left. This place is a highly recommended attraction for tourists interested in Vietnam's history and culture.

  • Am Tien Grotto

    Am Tien GrottoAm Tien Grotto

    Am Tien Grotto 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. Legend has it that King Dinh Tien Hoang used to raise wild animals such as tigers and lions in Am Tien.

  • Thung Nham

    Thung NhamThung Nham

    Locating in the southwestern Ninh Binh City, Thung Nham Bird Garden is surrounded by jungles on limestone mountain ranges. Coming to Thung Nham, tourists can admire the sight of nearly 40 bird species with a total of 50,000 birds, along with many other valleys and caves around the areas.

Source: wiki-travel.com.vn

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