Trang An is like a midday dream

After about 100km, the first destination the delegation visited was the famous Trang An tourist area. Different from the stiff cold in the morning in Hanoi, Ninh Binh welcomed us with a very cool and pleasant atmosphere. As soon as we got off the bus, we were overwhelmed with the bustling scene of tourists from all over the world coming to admire this charming landscape. With a ticket price of 250,000 VND/person, we joined the stream of people getting off the blue boats waiting on the Sao Khe river. Right at the marina, the bustling scene of laughter and laughter of both tourists and boatmen resounds in the quiet winter of Trang An near Tam Coc Ninh Binh

Trang An is an eco-tourism area located in the World Cultural and Natural Heritage Complex recognized by UNESCO in 2014, including 3 adjacent areas: Hoa Lu Ancient Capital, Trang An Scenic Area – Tam Coc – Bich Dong and Hoa Lu Special-use primeval forest. With a special position surrounded by many majestic limestone mountains and rich ecosystems, since the 10th century, Trang An was chosen by King Dinh Tien Hoang as the southern citadel to protect the capital Hoa Lu near Tam Coc Ninh Binh

The journey we chose that day was route 1, going through 9 caves and 3 spiritual places for 3 hours. Starting from the central marina, the boat turns, gently gliding on the clear water, taking the group to travel through Trinh temple, Dia Linh cave, Dark cave, Sang cave, Nau Ruou cave… Each cave is attached. with engaging stories. I still remember the story that the boatman told about Ba Giot cave. Legend has it that anyone who passes through Ba Giot cave and catches three drops of water from small stalactites into the palm of his hand will be lucky in life and happy in love. Maybe that’s why we were so eager to open our palms to catch the drops of water from the moment we entered the cave. But unfortunately, I only got one drop.

After passing through the caves and Tran temples, the boat arrived at Phu Khong wharf near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, where the Dinh dynasty’s officials were worshiped. Here, you can light a candle to pay respects to the ancestors of the past and listen to anecdotes containing great historical values. Next to Khong, there is also Bao Hieu pagoda, which is always full of incense. From Phu Khong, our group went to Khong cave, Tran cave and Quy Hau cave to finish the tour.

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