Ninh Binh, City with Beautiful Chalk Hills in Vietnam
Ninh Binh is a province located south of Hanoi, Vietnam with a distance of 90 km. From Hanoi to Ninh Binh it takes around two hours. Ninh Binh has a topography of coastal lowlands, limestone hills, sunken valleys, and mountain slopes. The area of Ninh Binh Province is surrounded by many towering limestone hills.
Beginning in 2017, Ninh Binh became the location for the filming of Kong science fiction: Skull Island. The abundance of limestone hills in this place does make visitors seem to be in the Jurrasic Age when dinosaurs were still alive. The location for this filming box office in Ninh Binh is located at Trang An Complex. In 2019, the local Indonesian film My Stupid Boss 2, part of the scene also took place in Ninh Binh.
Trang An is a tourist area in Ninh Binh province which has the geography of towering limestone hills with underground caves that can only be accessed by river. Getting around enjoying the limestone hills in Trang An can be done by boat tour. At the pier, Trang An is lined with small boats which are deliberately rented out for boat tours with a duration of two hours.
Away from the dock, you will be accompanied by the birds singing and the fresh air of Trang An. Occasionally the local boat’s back and forth will be seen along the river. The view of limestone hills is guaranteed not to be boring. If you are lucky you will be brought in along the caves in the limestone foothills by boat.