Kayaking service rolls out new way to discover Trang An

In addition to admiring the serenity of Trang An scenic landscape complex in Ninh Binh province on tour boats, visitors to the complex now can go kayaking themselves at the site from August 17.

There are two routes for kayakers to explore Trang An. The first one runs through Trinh Temple, Tam Quan Gate, Toi and Quy Hau caves, and Ngoc Mountain with a total distance of 8km for a round trip.
 
With an overall length of 5km, the second one travels across Kong island, where the Hollywood blockbuster “Kong: Skull Island” was shot, and Hanh Cung Vu Lam Temple, where the kings of the Tran dynasty (1225–1400) are worshipped.
 
The launch of kayaking service at the site aims to offer tourists a fresh experience to discover Trang An complex, thus stimulating Ninh Binh province’s tourism after COVID-19.
 
It is also among the provincial tourism sector’s effort to promote the ‘Vietnamese people travel Vietnam’ campaign, which was hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
 

Posted at 2020 Aug 18 12:58

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