By Moisés Pérez Mok
Located just 90 kilometers from the capital and considered an ideal place for nature and adventure lovers, Ninh Binh constitutes one of the four central areas of the Trang An complex, recognized by the United Nations Educational Organization , Science and Culture as World Heritage of Humanity.
Imposing limestone mountains predominant in its landscape make it called “Ha Long on land” (in allusion to the famous bay of the same name), which together with calm rivers, numerous caves and historical and religious relics make up the main cards. presentation of the ancient capital of Vietnam.
Thus, in addition to nature or adventure tourism, the traveler interested in so-called spiritual tourism finds in Ninh Binh a place worth discovering and where it is possible to more than satisfy their interests.
(Taken from Orb)