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I went to Tam Coc 4 years ago and only recently did I learn about Trang An. Both are similar but Trang An definitely has more to see and takes a longer time as well, if sitting in a boat rowing down a stream with...More
Recommend visiting early (8 or 9am) to beat the crowds and enjoy the beautiful landscape in peace and quiet. Please tip your rower- they aren’t well paid (typically women) and only get ~two rows per day (there are 2000 canoes). Magical setting - refer pictures....More
A UNESCO world heritage sight, and one worth visiting for sure! Trang An Landscape Complex is a spectacular landscape of limestone karst peaks permeated with valleys, many of them partly submerged and surrounded by steep, almost vertical cliffs. We took the picturesque boat ride by...More
We had a mind-blowingly beautiful boat ride in Trang An. We caught the sunset, it was quiet and peaceful, no one harassed us in any way or asked for tips and the scenery was superb. One of our best experiences in Vietnam. Way better than...More
Lots (100s) of tin boats all following each other to see temples recently built and mock thatched villages ...all created to pad the tour out .
Better option cross the rd and walk left ...the direction of as the line of boats and turn down...More
Just fantastic. There are 3 routes to choose from, we did Route 1 (3 temples and 9 caves). It took about 2.5 hours and it was incredible to row through these tiny natural cave networks.
This was the highlight of our 2 days in Ninh...More
The whole trip round this scenic attraction takes between 2 to 3 hours by boat,the boats are rowed by local women and carry up to 6 guests at a time,when you first set off the scenery is not that impressive but after you go through...More
Response from Thi Xuan Thu L | Reviewed this property |
Hi, if you like nature and ruins Trang An would be better than Thung Nham. You should go to the Old Trang An and Temple of King Dinh Tien Hoang, which is near Trang An too. Hope you like it. Have a nice time!