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  • Each lake offers a unique scenic picture with a variety of trees and flowers.

  • All river caves in Trang An have their own legends, attached to Vietnam’s historic events.

  • A scene on the lush river banks during the trip.

  • Cattails grow in a balanced way along the river.

  • Water lilies blossom on the water's surface.

  • Trang An is the 11th mixed natural and cultural property recognized by UNESCO in Asia-Pacific.

  • Trang An was lauded for offering evidence of human adaptation to the environment, including the harshest change in the earth’s geology and climate of the last glacier period.

  • The Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex in Vietnam's Ninh Binh Province was recognized by UNESCO as a mixed natural and cultural property on June 23, 2014. Photos credit: VnExpress

  • Besides the above-mentioned criteria, Trang An complex was also honored by UNESCO for its good protection and conservation.

  • In terms of geology and geomorphology, Trang An offers the evidence of the last stage of limestone karst formation in the tropical climate.

  • The area features spectacular landscape of limestone karst peaks and steep valleys, some of which are submerged, and surrounded by steep, almost vertical cliffs.

  • In Trang An, tourists can visit a number of caves and river caves connected by a complicated network of lakes.

UNESCO recognizes Ninh Binh’s glorious Trang An cave network

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