The northern province of Ninh Bình is not only known as home of the UNESCO-recognised Tràng An Tourism Complex but also as the birthplace of a whole host of talented people in the craft trade. Centuries of fame have come the way of the delicate products created in Văn Lâm embroidery village.
With the pandemic largely controlled in Viet Nam and domestic travel possible again, recovery is the name of the game for the Ninh Binh tourism industry.
Việt Nam would consider opening its borders to foreign visitors – if the country they are coming from has gone 30 days without any new cases of COVID-19, experts have said.
Authorities in the northern province of Ninh Bình are hosting an annual tourism week themed Yellow in Tam Cốc – Tràng An between May 16 and 22 as the rice season approaches.
Local authorities must not force citizens to sign refusals to receive State aid, Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc stressed at Friday Government meeting on COVID-19.
Tam Cốc Scenery Complex in Hoa Lư District, northern province of Ninh Bình, has been dubbed as the most beautiful cave complex in Việt Nam.
The Government has asked relevant ministries to gather information about all foreigners stuck here, and work closely with the embassies and consulates to arrange their safe passage home.
The province of Ninh Bình is this year’s host to the National Tourism Year programme. Its history goes back to the Tenth Century Kingdom of Đại Việt.
The magnificent province of Ninh Bình, home to winding water flows among beautiful karsts, rice fields and lotus swamps, the natural studio for the blockbuster Kong: Skull Island is now back in the national spotlight.
More than 100 activities will take place nationwide next year to celebrate 2020 as national tourism year hosted by Ninh Bình Province.