The Must-see in Ninh Binh

Phat Diem Cathedral


Phat Diem cathedral is a 22 ha Catholic church complex located in Phat Diem town, Kim Son district, Ninh Binh province. Phat Diem cathedral is considered by the media to be one of the most beautiful churches in Vietnam, like the "Catholic capital" of Vietnam.

Thung Nham Bird Sanctuary


Thung Nham Bird Sanctuary, located in Ninh Hai Commune, Hoa Lu District, is one of the tourist destination full of cultural, spiritual, landscape and biodiversity factors. Beside the pleasure of sitting on the boat, admiring the lagoon, visitors also explore the wildlife of nearly 40 species of birds with about 50 thousand ones.

Galaxy Cave


The Galaxy Cave (Thien Ha Cave) is located in Son Ha Commune, Nho Quan District, Ninh Binh Province. The cave lies hidden in the mountain range, a mountain in the Trang An range. Mount Tuong is considered as a guard to protect Hoa Lu of King Dinh Tien Hoang and King Le Dai Hanh. To explore the Galaxy cave, visitors will move from Muong Tho Ha village, Son Ha commune to a small canal with the length of about 1 km in the Ben river system, then continue to peddle on the 500 m long stone road near the foot of the Chess Mountain to get to the gates.

Hoa Lu ancient capital


Hoa Lu ancient capital is an important national relic complex and one of the four core areas of the World Heritage complex of Trang An. Historic Hoa Lu Ancient Historic Site has an area of ​​13.87 km² in Ninh Binh Province. With a time of more than 1000 years, ancient capital of Hoa Lu is a place to store historical relics through the ages.

Thai Vi Temple


Thai Vi temple in Van Lam village, Ninh Hai commune, Hoa Lu district, King Tran Thai Tong, Tran Thanh Tong ... The legend of Thai Vi temple was built on the palace of Vu Lam servants of Tran kings. Every three years, Thai Vi temple held a festival in 3 days from March 14-16 (lunar calendar) attracts many visitors to the cross.

Kim Son islands


Bai Ngang, also known as Kim Son island, is recognized by UNESCO as the world biosphere reserve. The area has about 200 species of birds, including 60 migratory birds, more than 50 species of birds. Many rare species are listed in the world's red book such as: royal spoonbill, albatross, white stork... Currently, few visitors know this place.

Dong Chuong Lake


Dong Chuong is a natural freshwater lake located in Nho Quan district, Ninh Binh province. The lake is bent around the pine hills and has a perimeter of nearly 8 km. Surrounding the lake are pine shingles that create a fresh and romantic space between the majestic mountains and forests.

Ninh Binh Valley Homestay

Ninh Binh Valley Homestay is an ideal place for visitors who love beauty close to nature. Homestay is built in a vast valley of tranquil countryside of Hoa Lu district, surrounded by homestay is water and mountain so every afternoon you can watch the sun go down under the mountains. Sitting in bamboo houses you will also see white storks returning to the valley to find a place to sleep.


The bungalows here are designed with materials close to nature and environmentally friendly such as wood, bamboo, roof ... which is cool in summer and warm in winter. At any location of homestay, you can also enjoy the view of green nature. This will definitely be an unforgettable experience for any guest staying here.

Chezbeo Valley Bungalows

If you are bored with the resort, the ocean view resort is full of sunshine, and you want to find somewhere simple and calm, try Chezbeo Valley Bungalows, where you will feel like home, and the peace of mind when we wake up in the morning among a natural green space.


Chezbeo is a homestay located in the village of Kha Luong, Hoa Lu, Ninh Binh, very close to Tam Coc, Bich Dong. From Hanoi, you can go motorbike to this place, then visit the famous scenic spots in Ninh Binh is also very convenient.


Chezbeo especially attracted people at first glance because the design which is completely different. Instead of staying in solid houses, you will have the feeling of "hidden" in the huts between the mountains and water.


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