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Ninh Binh Pictures

Ninh Binh Pictures is a collection of photos of Ninh Binh in autumn, the best time in Ninh Binh and northern Vietnam. Traveling to Ninh Binh during this time, you will be charmed by the rugged mountains covered in mists, by the rice fields turning into golden color, by the serene waters of rivers snaking through the karst formations and by the fresh wilderness of the nature reserve and national park,...

Thung Nang - Ninh Binh

Thung Nang of Ninh Binh Province is a flooded area adjacent to Tam Coc and close to Bich Dong. While Tam Coc is flanked by rice fields and has more activities, Thung Nang is a pristine and untouched area. There's not much human activities here, only a few people fishing in the wild area...To get to Thung Nang, you'll travel for 1km from Tam Coc on the way to Bich Dong Pagoda. The rowing boat trip at Thung Nang is about 2hours 15 minutes.

Bich Dong Pagoda Ninh Binh

Bich Dong is a cave pagoda built in the 15th century. There are 3 main pagodas here called Chua Ha, Chua Trung and Chua Thuong. We'll start a walking tour across a stone bridge and start hiking up the mountains on the stone steps, passing through the dark cave and we'll find ourselves on top of the mountains with private view of the surroundings.

Bai Dinh Pagoda - Ninh Binh

Hoa Lu was the site of the ancient capital city of Vietnam in the 10th century. Vietnam adopted Buddhism as the national religion at the time, and Hoa Lu and the adjacent area were home to a number of Buddhist pagodas under the patronage of the royal court. Bai Dinh Pagoda was among the most sacred Buddhist pagodas at the time and in 2003 a new Bai Dinh Pagoda was built in the same valley  with the old Bai Dinh Pagoda and claimed one of the biggest Buddhist pagodas in Asia...The old Bai Dinh Pagoda is still well preserved and shrouded in the Zen atmosphere on top of the Dinh Mountain.

Cat Tien National Park - Dong Nai

Cat Tien National Park is 150km from Ho Chi Minh City and 175km from Da Lat. The park covers 71,350 hectares stretching in the provinces of Dong Nai, Lam Dong and Binh Phuoc in southern Vietnam. Cat Tien extends from the south of the Central Highlands of Vietnam with tropical humid forests to the forests in the low-land Mekong Delta; this combined with the auspicious climatic conditions result in high concentration of species of the flora and fauna in the national park.

Bach Ma National Park - Thua Thien Hue

Overview
Bach Ma National Park is 60km south of Hue City, 730km south of Ha Noi and 1,000km north of Ho Chi Minh City (or Sai Gon). The national park is in the territory of Thua Thien Hue Province and the park includes the forests on the northern slope of the Hai Van (Sea Cloud) Pass.

Tran Temple - Nam Dinh

 The Tran Temple in Nam Dinh Province is 4km from Nam Dinh City, 90km south of Hanoi. The site of the  Tran Temple now had been the site of Trung Quang Palace and a temple dedicated to the Tran Royal Family. The original complex of the Tran Temple was destroyed in the 15th century by the Ming Troops. The Tran Temple now  was built in late 17th century including three temples: Thien Truong Temple, Co Trach Temple and Trung Hoa Temple.