Trang An Landscape Complex is a mixed cultural and natural property within three protected areas, including the Hoa Lu Ancient Capital, the Trang An-Tam Coc-Bich Dong Scenic Landscape, and the Hoa Lu Special-Use Forest.
Located in the northern province of Ninh Binh, the UNESCO-recognized site Trang An is of global significance as an outstanding humid tropical tower-karst landscape in the final stages of geomorphic evolution. It comprises various classical karst cones and towers and a network of enclosed depressions connected by an intricate system of underground waterways, some of which are navigable by small boats.
Appearing in many famous movies, including Hollywood’s Kong: Skull Island, Trang An has always been a must-see destination that attracts many tourists, domestic and foreign alike, who want to experience the beauty of nature.Tourists start to discover the Trang An tourist site by boat Tourists enjoy the natural beauty of Trang An Tourists travel through Cao Son Temple – one of the attractions in the site Another scenic panoramic view of the tourist site Inside the cave Tourists enter Mua (Dance) Cave – one of the caves at the tourist site Wooden bridge – a famous place attracting tourists at Trang An The boat driver can act as a tour guide, helping guests explore and study the beauty and culture of Trang An Landscape Complex She brings guests to many landscapes, such as the thousand-year-old Trinh Temple Cao Son Temple is seen from above Tourists travel through impressive giant rocks …Vu Lam Palace… …and Kong: Skull Island film studio
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