Trang An, honored as “Dry Halong Bay”, is becoming a favorite attraction appealing tourists from all over the world. Recently, Vietnam proposed UNESCO for recognizing Trang An ecological complex in Ninh Binh Province as a world heritage site.
At the 38th meeting of the World Heritage Committee UNESCO took place in Doha from June 14 to June 25, 2014, with 100 percent of the vote, 21 members of UNESCO officially recognized Trang An complex as a new world heritage.
Dubbed as "Halong Bay on land”, Trang An has a system of limestone mountains and natural caves. Visiting Trang An, visitors will be surprised by the spectacular mountains, green trees and the clear river valley at the foot of cliffs and mysterious caves.
Trang An Eco-tourism complex has long been known for its outstanding universal values on natural landscapes, history and geological formation. It is also the place having been invested to become the world class tourist resort attracting numerous tourists.
Trang An Eco-tourism complex is one of the world natural heritages and the first mixed heritage of Vietnam. With nearly 100 beautiful caves, majestic limestone mountains and diverse vegetation, Trang An always attracts any tourists once setting foot here.
Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex was recognized as the world cultural and natural heritage since June 2014. It is expected that two more weeks left, Ninh Binh will organize the welcome ceremony in 3 days to receive the World Natural Heritage Certificate.