UNESCO World Heritage In North Vietnam

Trang An is located in Vietnam’s northern province of Ninh Binh and officially became Vietnam’s 8th cultural & natural heritage site as recognized by UNESCO on 23 June 2014.

Covering an area of nearly 2,000 hectares, Trang An consists of three sites: the Hoa Lu ancient citadel – Trang An -Tam Coc – Bich Dong natural scenic site and the Hoa Lu primeval forest. Situated on the shores of the Red River Delta, the dramatic landscape consists of limestone karst peaks ridden with plunging valleys home to near vertical cliffs. Exploring a region that dates back almost 30,000 years, guests can discover and learn about the livelihood of our ancestors through archeological traces of human activity.

Suggest spending some time in Trang An to those clients visiting Northern Vietnam. Its stunning natural scenery is quite simply breathtaking.

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