Ninh Binh: Activities To Mark Trang An's 10th Anniversary As World Heritage Site
This information was unveiled at a press conference held by the People's Committee of Ninh Binh province.
Upon addressing the event, Tran Song Tung, vice chairman of the Ninh Binh Provincial People's Committee, emphasized that the locality is set to launch diverse activities to strengthen community cohesion, promote stronger cultural exchanges, and elevate the image of the Trang An cultural heritage site to both domestic and international tourists.
At present, Ninh Binh is the only locality in Southeast Asia that possesses mixed cultural and natural heritage.
A broad array of activities will be held this year as part of efforts to mark the special occasion, including the old Tet festival and an international scientific conference.
|Ninh Binh is a small city 2 hours south of Hanoi, in the north of Vietnam. Photo: Danang Private Car
Ninh Binh is a small city 2 hours south of Hanoi, in the north of Vietnam. When people refer to Ninh Binh when traveling, they most likely refer to the province of Ninh Binh, rather than the city itself. Known as ‘Halong Bay on land’, Ninh Binh province is an area of natural beauty and is worth visiting when you are traveling in Vietnam.
Ninh Binh province boasts many popular tourist attractions, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Trang An Landscape Complex, the stunning Tam Coc that is often called "Ha Long Bay on land", the breathtaking Bai Dinh Pagoda, and many more.
In addition to its natural beauty, Ninh Binh also has a rich history dating back thousands of years. It was once the capital of Vietnam during the Dinh and early Le dynasties, and many of the historical relics and monuments from this time period can still be seen today.
|Ninh Binh has a humid subtropical climate, with hot and rainy summers from May to September. Photo: @theworldisabook
Ninh Binh has a humid subtropical climate, with hot and rainy summers from May to September. The winters are cold and dry from November to March, with transitional periods of spring and autumn occurring in April and October. The temperature averages about 23.5 degrees Celsius, making it a great destination to visit at any time of the year.
Ninh Binh experiences a humid subtropical climate. The region has distinct seasons, each offering a unique experience for visitors. Based on Ninh Binh weather, the best time to visit is from April to June and September to October when the weather is pleasant and rainfall is relatively low.
From April to June: Ninh Binh enjoys mild temperatures, with average highs ranging from 25 to 30 degrees Celsius. The landscapes are vibrant and lush, and the rice paddies are a beautiful shade of green, creating a picturesque setting for exploring the stunning karst mountains, caves, and rivers that make Ninh Binh famous.
|From September to October: Ninh Binh weather is fairly cool, with temperatures ranging from 26 to 31 degrees Celsius. Photo: BucketListly Blog
From September to October: Ninh Binh weather is fairly cool, with temperatures ranging from 26 to 31 degrees Celsius. This time of year offers pleasant weather for outdoor activities, such as hiking, cycling, and boat trips. Additionally, the rice harvest season falls during September, providing visitors with a mesmerizing sight of golden rice fields.
February and March are also great times to visit Ninh Binh for those interested in experiencing local festivals. During these months, Ninh Binh comes alive with vibrant celebrations that showcase the local community's traditions, customs, and spiritual beliefs.
Trang An is a popular vacation spot in Ninh Binh, known for its stunning karst formations that include limestone mountains, caves, and rivers. Its exceptional beauty has made it a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a filming location for the movie Kong: Skull Island.
|To explore Trang An, you can take a boat tour along the winding riverways, passing through several caves to marvel at the stunning natural beauty here. Photo: Curious Goose
To explore Trang An, you can take a boat tour along the winding riverways, passing through several caves to marvel at the stunning natural beauty here. Alternatively, you can hike up one of the mountains for a panoramic view of the area. The hiking trail is well-maintained and easy, making it accessible to most visitors.
Whether you explore Trang An by boat or on foot, you will be treated to an unforgettable experience. Admission to Trang An costs 250,000 VND for adults and 100,000 VND for children under 1.4 meters, while a tour guide is available for an additional fee of 300,000 VND.
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