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pham h. Lv. 4 Jul 25, 2019 5222/1
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Trang An

Trang An is an eco-tourism site located in Trang An World Heritage Complex in Ninh Binh province. It is ranked by the Vietnamese government as an important national monument and recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage since 2014. Trang An is known as the Southern citadel of the old capital Hoa Lu, now the ancient capital. Trang An with a range of limestone mountains with geological age of about 250 million years, through a long time weathered by the transformation of the earth, the climate in hundreds of valleys and caves. In this scenic place, there are many submerged forest ecosystems, limestone forest and historical relics of the ancient capital of Hoa Lu.

What is the best time to visit Trang An?

The best time to visit Trang An is January to March of the lunar calendar. At that time, the weather is not too cold, it is clear and cool, there is no rain so it is very suitable for sightseeing, outdoor activities when coming to Trang An.
For those who like to watch the paddies on the boat, the July to September period is suitable. In June, the weather is sultry but it is cold and less rainy. In November and December, the weather is bad and it rains.

Price of Trang An ticket

The ticket price for Trang An is 200,000 VND for adults and 100 000 VND for children under 1.4m

Which routes is the best?
Here is only a sum up of trang An.
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I had omitted several caves/locations (particularly to the west) so as to make it easy to look at.
1. The first route is the longest route. It takes you to the Khong temple.
On the way back, it goes to the Trinh temple on the south end of the Quy Hau cave before going back to the boat dock.
2. The second route is shorter than the first route. It is suitable for family and the elderly. It only takes you to up to the Trinh temple (south end of the Quy Hau cave).
It then goes west and makes a wide loop, then goes back through Hanh Cung Vu Lam and the Kong Island before reaching the boat dock.
3. The third route is the shortest route. Many people choose the route. It only goes north as far as the Cao Son temple and makes a smaller loop to the west, then south, then back to the boat dock, also through the Kong Island.
during the rainy season, maybe some of the caves may not be accessible, so boat driver will take you around Trang An to other way that is accessible

Tips for your trip
You should bring waterproof bag to protect your phone. When you take a photo, you phone can accidently drop into water (Take carefully when you take a photo on boat)

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