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Ninh Binh, Vietnam in Photos

Ninh Binh is known for its untouched and sweeping islands of limestone karst along the Tam Coc river. You'd be greeted with lush landscapes, underground caves, friendly locals and good food.

Kong Temple
Shooting location of the Skull Island. There are no villagers but men posing as actors for a fee
It would have been great to stay but the burning heat is too much
The village looks like a cut-out from the movie
Locals being tourists
A man posing as one of the imagined aboriginal folks of the Skull Island
Old limestone karsts age millions of years
Tourists on a Sampan boat, effectively the best way to explore the area
Most boat rowers are women. Vietnam is traditionally a matriarchal society.
Sampan boat originated from old Chinese traders
A small Sampan boat is the only way to navigate the narrow holes inside the caves
Trang An underground caves have jagged and pointy stalactites dangerously hanging low
Rough and rugged limestone mountains all over the nature’s complex

9 comments on “Ninh Binh, Vietnam in Photos

  1. How stunning! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Thanks, Levi for sharing Vietnam through your lens. So serene. Similar to northern Thailand, Chang Mai region. I know where am I going next 🙂

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  4. amazing really !

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  5. Heaven on earth ❤

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