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Ninh Binh Province

Capital: Ninh Binh City
Ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh), Tay, Muong, Hoa
Highlights: Hoa Lu Ancient Capital, Cue Phuong National Park, Trang An, Bai Dinh Pagoda, Tam Coc Caves, Phat Diem Cathedral.
Ninh Binh Province has been favoured by nature, as the Day River, the Van Sang River, the Non Nuoc and Canh Dieu Mountains, etc., are all located in the region. The harmonious mingling of the mountains, plains, rivers, and sea has created strangely attractive landscapes. 
In this province, Hoa Lu was chosen as the capital of Dai Viet in the 10"1 century. Besides, the Tam Diep Mountains were the location of King Quang Trung's headquarters on his way to fight Chinese invaders.

Tourist Attractions

Hoa Lu Ancient Capital

In 968, Dinh Bo Linh ascended to the throne and took the name of King Dinh Tien Hoang. The country was then called Dai Co Viet and Hoa Lu was its capital for 41 years (968-1009). In 1010, Ly Thai To moved the capital from Hoa Lu to Thang Long. 
Hoa Lu is 13km from Ninh Binh City, near the village of Truong Yen. Tourists visiting Hoa Lu can see two temples located 500m apart from each other on the ground of the ancient palaces. One is dedicated to King Dinh Tien Hoang and the other to King Le Dai Hanh. On the 10th day of the 3rd lunar month, a great number of pilgrims come to Hoa Lu to pay tribute to Kings Dinh and Le.

King Dinh and Le Temples

Dinh Temple is located in Truong Yen Thuong Village, Hoa Lu District. It was built in the shape of a Chinese character. 
After the first entrance, called Ngo Mori, there is a royal stone bed with Nghe (mythical animals of the old times) standing on both sides. Outside the temple, is Khai Thanh sanctuary dedicated to the parents of King Dinh. 
The temple is divided in three sanctuaries: Bai Duong, for the community, Thien Huong, in honour of mandarins, and Chinh Cung, where the statue of Dinh Tien Hoang is located. On the left is the statue of his eldest son Dinh Lien. On the right are statues of Dinh Hang Lang and Dinh Toan. On each side of the altar, there is a stone placed near royal beds. 
Le Temple is situated in Truong Yen Ha Village, Hoa Lu District, 500m from Dinh Temple. In terms of architectural design, Le Temple is very similar to Dinh Temple, but smaller. It also consists of three parts: Bai Duong, used for the community, Thien Huong, in memory of the royal mandarins of the King Le, and the altar in memory of the King. The statue of Le Hoan is at the centre,on the left is the statue of Queen Duong Van Nga and on the right is that of Le Ngoa Trieu, his fifth son and third king of the Pre Le Dynasty.

Cuc Phuong National Park

The Cuc Phuong National Park is about 120km southwest of Ha Noi and 60km far from the sea. The Park is located on the borders of three provinces of Ninh Binh, Hoa Binh and Thanh Hoa. The Park covers an area of 22,000ha, three-quarters of which are limestone mountains, averagely 300-600m above sea level. The highest peak is called May Bac (Silver Cloud), 648.2m high. 
There, the climate is characterized by tropical monsoons; the average temperature during the year is around 24.7C; the mean humidity. is 90%. The terrain of the Park is complicated and not easy for trekking through forest. However, this primitive forest with its unique landscape is attractive to tourists the most. The Park boasts wonderful caves with numerous mysteries. If you have time, you should explore the caves of Trang Khuyet, Chua, Thuy Tien, Nguoi Xua, Con Moong, San Ho, etc. You should not miss a hot spring (380C) for relaxation. The vegetation cover is classified into three types. The flora is quite a treasure with a wide variety of 1,944 species, 908 genera and 229 families. Especially it is enjoyable to touch the thousand-year-old cho xanh (parashrea stellata) and sau (Dracontomelum Duperranum or Dancorra Edulis) trees, 50-70m high. This natural reserve is covered with 2,000 species of plants. Especially orchid flowers are abundant with 50 species, some of which blossom and have aroma all year around. The fauna is diversified represented by 71 animal species, 319 bird species, 33 reptile species, and 16 amphibian species. Rare species include the bear, horse, wild boar, tiger, leopard, fox, squirrel, monkey, etc. A large area, for half-natural'breeding, is reserved for raising wild animals such as the spotted deer, deer, golden monkey, langur (vooc quan dui), flying squirrel, draco (than Ian bay) and for research. The Park is also home to hundreds of beautiful and strange birds and butterflies. 
Access to Cuc Phuong National Park is quite easy. The strictly protected park offers tourists tropical primitive forest and bio-diver-sity and scientists have a great deal of subjects to research on. 
The best time to visit the park is during the dry months from October to March.

Bai Dinh Pagoda

Covering 107ha in Gia Sinh Commune, Gia Vien District, Bai Dinh Pagoda nestles amidst the Trang An Eco-tourism Complex. Here is a cluster of Buddhist architectural structures, consisting of new, giant and imposing temples of the newly-built Bai Dinh pagoda area which play off ancient and respected shrines of the old Bai Dinh pagoda area. 
The new 80ha-Bai Dinh pagoda area is built in 2003. It nestles against Bai Dinh Mountain and faces a lake near Hoang Long River. Big, bold and solemn structures, deeply imbued with Vietnamese architecture, were arranged in five layers upward, including a temple's inner Three Entrance Gate, a bell tower, a temple dedicated to Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, Phap Chu Temple devoted to the Shakyamuni Buddha, and Tam The Temple dedicated to Buddha. The ancient Bai Dinh pagoda area (Bai Dinh Co Tu) is located on Bai Dinh Mountain and at nearly 200m above sea level. Bai Dinh Co Tu lies about 800m from the Tam The Temple. 
The ancient pagoda area is composed of Tien Duong (the Front Hall), the cave where Buddha is worshipped, the temple worshipped the Mountain God, the temple dedicated to Saint Nguyen, and the cave where the Mother Goddess of the Forest is worshipped. According to the Vietnamese concept, the ancient Bai Dinh pagoda is located on an area regarded as a sacred land given it is the birth place of the eminent figures of the nation, including kings, saints and divinities. 
Bai Dinh Pagoda is famous for several records it has made. So far, it has had six records recognized as follows: 
+ Six largest statues of Buddha in Southeast Asia, including the 100-ton statue of Shakyamuni Buddha, three statues of Buddha in the three ages (the past, the present and the future), each weighting 50 tons, the 100-ton statue of Maitreya Bodhisattva, and the 90-ton statue of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara. 
+ Two largest bronze bells in Southeast Asia (36-ton bell in Bell Tower and 27-ton bell in ground of Phap Chu Temple). 
+ Largest pagoda area in Viet Nam with area of 107ha. 
+ Largest number of Arhat statues in Viet Nam (500 Arhat statues with height of 2m). 
+ Largest Gieng Ngoc (Pearl Well) in Viet Nam with a diameter of 30m. 
+ Largest number of Bodhi trees in Viet Nam (100 Bodhi trees are reproduced by grafting from the Indian Bodhi tree).

Trang An Eco-tourism Complex

A scenic watery area covering 2,168ha, the Trang An Eco-tourism Complex is located in the vicinity of Hoa Lu and Gia Vien districts, and Ninh Binh City. From Ha Noi, visitors travel 90km on highway 1A southward to the Ninh Binh Television Station (in Ninh Binh City); turn right and the Trang An Eco-tourism complex is reached by travelling for 3km. 
According to incomplete statistics, the Trang a An eco-tourism complex boasts 12 historic relics and numerous grottoes and caves, including a system of 48 aquatic caves and caverns with a total length of 12,226m and springs, streams and rivers serving as portals into limestone mountain ranges. Geologists have figured out that Trang An is where sea waters overwhelmed. The process of geological evolution 200 years ago had created a subsurface system of interconnected caverns, caves and streams in the limestone mountains. The size and shape of caves has made up the maze-like formations to defend the Hoa Lu Ancient Capital. Vestiges found at the foot of the limestone mountain have provided proofs of the existence of sea here long ago. That's why the Hoa Lu limestone mountain area is also called "inland Ha Long Bay".
In Trang An, boat trips are offered to enable visitors to explore the breathtaking beauty of the maze-like aquatic cave system, which is famed as the "sole aquatic cave system" in Viet Nam's northern delta region. The caves, sculpted into an unlimited variety of geological formations, each reaching from dozens of meters to hundreds of metres in length, are connected by 31 "thung" (lakes). Distinguished from one to the other by its own unique beauty or a fairy tale attached, each bears its own name, such as Sang (Light) Cave, Toi (Dark) Cave, Ba Giot (three-drop) Cave, Nau Ruou (Brewing wine) Cave, Dia Linh Cave, Ao Trai Cave, Si Cave, Sinh Cave and others. 
The very rich fauna and flora that has survived the time adds more weight to the spectacular beauty of the Trang An Eco-tourism Complex. Here, it is home to large trees, such as cho chi (Parashorea chinensis), and nghien (Burretiodendron hsienmu), and rare species of animals, like phuong hoang dat (Buceros bicornis) and vuon yem trang (Nomascus leucogenys). Here, traces of pre-historic peo-ro pie believed to inhabit here 5,000-30,000 years ago have been found in Boi and Trong caves and on archaeological sites on Cho Cave limestone mountain and Hay limestone mount. Ancient pottery wares and objects used for making alcohol had been found in Nau Ruou Cave.

Phat Diem Cathedral

Phat Diem Cathedral complex is located in Luu Phuong Commune, Kim Son District, 130km south of Ha Noi, 29km from Ninh Binh City. It was built between 1875 and 1899. It is an ensemble of constructions in the Oriental architectural style. They are divided into two sections: the worshipping section and the section for residence and teaching of religious doctrines.
From the entrance a path leads us to a rectangular lake. In the centre of the lake is an island with a statue of Christ. Next comes a huge three-level square pavilion, 24m long, 17m wide and 25m high, built of stepping-stones. Its arches are made of sophisticated overlapped stones. Both sides of the four walls around the pavilion are decorated with embossments, many of which show the Christ shouldering the cross, and other gods. On the second layer of the pavilion there is a drum and on the 3rd layer there is a bell cast in 1890, 1.4m high, 1.1m in diameter and nearly two tons in weight. The pavilion consists of five arches; each arch stands in each of the pavilion's four corners and the highest arch is on the 3rd layer. The roofs of these five arches are not as high as those found in other cathedrals but typically curvy and they resemble the arches of ancient Vietnamese temples and pagodas. 
The main cathedral was built in 1891. It has five delicately carved entrances and three high curvyroof towers. It is 74m long, 21m wide and 15m high, having four roofs and six rows of ironwood pillars, the two pillars in the middle are 11m high and 2.35m in circumference. The main altar is a stepping stone 3m long, 0.9m wide, 0.8m high and about 20 tons in weight. Its three facades and two sides are carved with flower decorations. 
Lying parallel to the main cathedral are four smaller ones, each different from others in style. At the end of the main cathedral to the north are three man-made caves, the biggest of which is Lo Due natural-looking cave in the northeast. At the far end, to the northwest is the Stone Cathedral - the place for worship- ing the heart of Virgin Maria. It earns such name because all of its columns, beams, walls and window bars are stonework. Its inner wall is made of marble with embossments of stone lions and phonics. It was built in 1889, measuring 15m long and 9m wide. 
Phat Diem Cathedral is a solemn and interesting architectural complex, reflecting the skilful and excellent stone carving art of the Vietnamese workers. This place is attracting many visitors.

Tam Coc Caves

Tarn Coc has been called "inland Ha Long Bay". Tam Coc means three tunnel caves, entailing Ca Cave, Hai Cave and Ba Cave. Tam Coc can also be called Tam Thuy Dong as the Ngo Dong River wends through all three tunnel caves that have bored through the limestone hills. 
The enchanting world of Tam Coc can only be entered from the Van Lam Wharf. Here, visitors travelle by rowboat on the Ngo Dong River about 3km to visit all three caves. The first is Ca Cave which is 127m long and 20m wide. The next is Hai Cave of 60m long and 18m wide which is reached by travelling about 1 km from Ca Cave. And the last is Ba Cave with 50m long and 18m wide located near Hai Cave These caves are adorned with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites of different shapes and colours that sparkle like gem-stones. 
This is very peaceful and scenic trip while admiring a magnificent view of the river, mountain, and caves. Worth visiting Tam Coc takes place in March, or the end of May and early June. In March, the Ngo Dong River peacefully blends with green rice fields and cotton trees having red flowers in the spring. At the end of May and early June, the Ngo Dong River goes together with fields of ripe rice covered the yellow colour. During the time, boats carrying tourists in and out of Tam Coc are mingled with the locals transporting harvested rice.

Bich Dong Cave

Bich Dong Cave is in the Ngu Nhac Son Mountains, in Dam Khe Village, Ninh Hai Quarter, Hoa Lu District.
In 1773, Mr. Nguyen Nghiem (the father of the great writer Nguyen Du) visited this cave. After viewing the whole scenery of the mountains, waterways, fields, and sky covered in green mist, he gave the cave a very beautiful and romantic name, Bich Dong (which literally means "Green Pearl Cave"). Bich Dong Cave is said to be the second most beautiful cave in Viet Nam.

Fairy Cave (Dong Tien)

Fairy Cave, also known as Moc Cave (Dong Moc), is located in Dam Khe Village, Ninh Hai Commune. The cave is about 1 km from Bich Dong and can be reached by boat or by foot. 
The grotto is divided into three big and deep caves that are reached via an uneven narrow path. The cave ceiling is decorated with rainbow coloured stalactites, some of which reach down from the ceiling to the floor, similar to the roots of an old Banyan-tree. Some stalactites bear names related to their appearance, such as Silver Tree, Bouddha, Fairy, Elephant, Tiger, etc. Bathed with supernatural light, the cave looks like a splendid palace from a fairy tale.

Dich Long Cave

Dich Long Cave was found in 1739 in Gia Thanh Commune, Gia Vien District. It is as large as a ten-room house. Because, there is a stone inside that looks like a Buddha statue, a Buddhist altar was built and, in 1740, the cave became a Buddhist Pagoda. It shelters statues of Buddha, Arhats and a guarding colossus standing on stone pedestals. In particular, there are two beautiful statues carved from one block of blue stone. The cave has three sub-caves that are linked together; namely, the caves of Buddha, Darkness, and Brightness. 
The Dich Long Cave gives visitors the feeling of being lost in a stone world of stalactites. There are stalactites of various shapes, such as a drinking elephant, a kneeling elephant, a reclining tiger, a dancing hoenix,drinking dragon, and an ape with a baby on its back. Every wall and ceiling in the grotto is a work of art created by nature and time. 
The colours of the stalactites in the cave change with the brightness of the sun. Early in the morning they have a pink colour, which turns into twinkling crystal in the midday, and then to red at sunset. It is as if there were ways to heaven and to hell from the cave. 
The shadowy beauty of the cave has been complimented in many poems. King Minh Mang himself called it Nam thien de tam dong (the third most beautiful cave in Viet Nam).

Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve

Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve is located in seven communes of Gia Vien District, about 90km south of Ha Noi. Covering an area of nearly 3,000ha, Van Long is the largest wetland nature reserve in Northern Viet Nam with canals, lakes and streams wend through an island-like landscape of karst limestone mountains. Start from Ha Noi and go along Highway 1A southwards for about two hours, tourists will reach the T-junction of Gian Khau. Turn right and go 7km further; they will arrive at Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve. 
Van Long is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including 457 species of plants, of which 8 species are listed in the Viet Nam's Red Book; 39 species of mammals, of which 12 species are listed in the Viet Nam's Red Book as well. Lucky tourists can spot the Delacour's Langur Trachypithecus here in its natural environment. This species occurs only in a small area of Northern Vietnam and nowhere else in the world today.
Van Long is also known for many beautiful caves and grottoes, such as the Ca, Rua, Chanh and Bong caves. Among them Ca (Fish) Grotto at the foot of Hoang Quyen Mount is considered the most beautiful. This grotto, 250m long and half submerged, is the habitat of many species of fish, such as the catfish, anabas and black fish. Besides, there are hundreds of mountains, such as the Meo Cao, Nghien, Voi Dung, Mo Coi, Horn Sach, Da Ban and Co Tien. 
From Van Long Wharf where hundreds of boats anchor close to one another, the tourists can take a ride on a boat to discover the beauty of Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve. In the rainy season, the water flows look like silk bands stretching between rows of clumped grass. The water surface is dotted with wild flowers of different colours. In addition, the tourists can make a tour around the Van Long Village on ox carts to learn about the daily activities of the rural people and buy the local products.

Van Trinh Grotto

Van Trinh located in Thuong Hoa Commune, Nho Quan District is one of the dozen of grottoes in the wetland of Van Long. 
The grotto is deep inside a 100 meter-high mountain. The entrance of the grotto is approximately 40m from the foot. A narrow path leads to the main grotto with area of 4,000m2 that is as magnificent as a castle with numerous stone sculptures in different shapes and sizes. Natural statues of monks, animals, flowers on the cliffs, ceiling and floor
look so lively. They seemed to be petrified by magic. In addition, wells with clean and cold water in the grotto also bring visitors pleasant feelings.
Deep inside the grotto is a small hold with beautiful stalagmites that look like bald cypresses. Sunlight shines through an opening on the ceiling, creating fanciful scenery. 
Please come to Van Trinh to discover the secrets of nature and enjoy fresh air of the countryside.

Kenh Ga Hot Water Stream

The Kenh Ga Hot Water Stream is in Kenh Ga Village, Gia Thinh Commune, Gia Vien District. A boat takes the visitors up to the stream among the mountains and the rice fields. Although the fragrant stream has existed for a long time, it was only first studied and exploited by the French in 1940. The mineral water here is of extremely high quality and contains chloride-natrium, chloride-kalium, calcium, and magnesium chloride. The water is clear and has a stable temperature of 53 degrees Celsius with a source capacity of 5,000 cubic meters per hour. Ninh Binh is lucky to have this natural hot water stream used for relaxation and self-treatment. 
Kenh Ga Hot Mineral Water is now being processed and packaged for sale.

Festivals

Truong Yen Festival

10th day of the 3th lunar month. 
Truong Yen Festival is an important festival in Hoa Lu that attracts many people. The festival taken place in Dinh and Le Temples commemorates the merits of two kings, Dinh Tien Hoang, who reunited the country, and Le Dai Hanh, who defeated foreign invaders.

Yen Cu Festival

20th day of the 8th lunar month 
Yen Cu Festival takes place in Yen Cu Village. The temple is devoted to the cult of Tran Hung Dao, his wife and other princes. The festival includes a palanquin procession across the Day River to Phu Hao Village. For unexplained reasons, there is an abundance of fish here on this day; one can not help but wonder if perhaps the fish also meet to take part in the festival.

Tourist Information

IDD code: 84 - 30 

Transport

Ninh Binh is 90km from Ha Noi. The transport system is convenient with national highways 1A, 10, 59, 12A, 12B, 12C running across Ninh Binh Province.

Ninh Binh Railway Station

is on the North-South Express train route. 
1 Hoang Hoa Tham St., 
Thanh Binh Ward, 
Ninh Binh City.
Tel: 3873 619, Fax: 3881 385

Ninh Binh Bus Station

207 Le Dai Hanh St., 
Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3871 069

Tourism Division (dcst)

Street 10, 
Dong Thanh Ward, 
Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3876 548, Fax: 3871 263

Tourism Promotion Centre 

Dong Thanh Ward, 
Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3884 101, Fax: 3881 958

Tour Operator 

Ninh Binh Tourism and Service Jsc.
77 Tran Hung Dao St., 
Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3875 158, Fax: 3630 706

Hotels 

In Ninh Binh City

Hoa Lu Hotel

Tran Hung Dao St. 
Tel: 3871 217, Fax: 3874 126 
84 rooms, US$ 22-35

Non Nuoc Hotel

Road 4, Dong Thanh Ward 
Tel: 3 897 878, Fax: 3898 819 
35 rooms, US$15-35

Queen Hotel

21 Hoang Hoa Tham St. 
Tel: 3871 874, Fax: 3983 000
30 rooms, US$15-71

Royal Hotel

6 Le Dai Hanh St. 
Tel: 3871 369, Fax: 3871 396 
15 rooms, US$12-16

Star Hotel

267 Tran Hung Dao St.
Tel: 3871 522
16 rooms, US$6-35

Thanh Binh Hotel

31 Luong Van Tuy St. 
Tel: 3872 439, Fax: 3839 369 
40 rooms, US$10-25

Thuy Anh Hotel

55A Truong Han Sieu St. 
Tel: 3871 602, Fax: 3876 934 
40 rooms, US$25-45

In others

Due Thanh Hotel
3 Bich Dong, Hoa Lu Dist.. 
Tel: 3618 333
35 room, US$10-15

Eco-tourism Centre

Cue Phuong National Park, Nho Quan Dist. 
Tel: 3848 006, Fax: 3848 052 
73 rooms, US$15-27

Van Long Hotel

Gia Van Commune, Gia Vien Dist.
Tel: 3641 290, Fax: 3642 135 
104 rooms, US$ 20-27

Yen Nhi Hotel

Van Lam, Ninh Hai, Hoa Lu Dist. 
Tel: 3618 865, Fax: 3618 866 
48 rooms, US$28-50

Restaurant

Ba Cua Restaurant

Truong An Hamlet, Truong Yen Commune, Hoa Lu Dist.
Tel: 3620 658, Fax: 3620 658

Hoang Giang Restaurant

Hang Ca Mountain, Truong Yen Commune, Hoa Lu Dist.
Tel: 3620 072, Fax: 3621 666

Hoang Hai Restaurant

36 Truong Han Sieu St., Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3875 177, Fax: 3896 060

Hoang Long Restaurant

Trang An St., Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3893 366, Fax: 3893 355

Huong Mai Restaurant

12 Tran Hung Dao St., Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3871 351, Fax: 3898 746

Lam Dinh Restaurant

5 Vinh Quang St., Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3874 702, Fax: 3896 700

Nha san Co do Restaurant

Yen Trach Hamlet, Truong Yen Commune, Hoa Lu Dist. 
Tel: 3620 066

Non Nuoc Restaurant

Street 4, Dong Thanh Ward, Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3897 878, Fax: 3898 819

Trau Vang Restaurant

31 Tran Hung Dao St., Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3884 598, Fax: 3884 598

Truong An Restaurant

Km7, Highway 1A, Thien Ton Town, Hoa Lu Dist. 
Tel: 3626 3331/0914274333

Xanh Restaurant

Ben Do Hamlet, Truong Yen Commune, Hoa Lu Dist. 
Tel: 3621 889, Fax: 3621998

Shopping

Hapro Mart

1 Luong Van Thang St., Ninh Binh City

Rong Market

Van Giang St., Ninh Binh City

Entertainment

Cuc Phuong Mineral Hotstream

Phu Son Commune, Nho Quan Dist. 
Tel: 3216 646, Fax: 3848 080

Lang Viet Co-Co Vien Lau

Tam Coc - Bich Dong Tourist Site, Hoa Lu Dist.
Tel: 3240 499, Fax: 3618 811

Royal Golf Club

Yen Thang Commune, Yen Mo Dist. 
Ha Noi office: 266 Hoang Ngan St., Trung Hoa, Cau Giay Dist. 
Tel: 04-3553 7226

Post Office

1 Tran Hung Dao St., Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3873 648, Fax: 3873 873

Medical Services

General Hospital

Hai Thuong Lan Ong St., Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3871 030

Traditional Medicine Hospital

Tran Hung Dao St., Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3881 546

Banks

Agribank

29 Le Dai Hanh St., Ninh Binh City

BIDV

Le Hong Phong St., Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3871 429

VietinBank

Tran Hung Dao St., Ninh Binh City 
Tel: 3872 614, Fax: 3872 678



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