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Tam Coc shimmers in silver and gold

The Tam Coc area glistens in silver and gold as rice fields ripen along both sides of Ngo Dong River in northern Vietnam.

Tam Coc, silver and gold, rice fields, Ngo Dong River, Ninh Binh province,

The Tam Coc (Three grottoes) – Bich Dong area is part of the UNESCO heritage site Trang An Landscape Complex in the northern province of Ninh Binh, home to the ancient capital Hoa Lu under the reign of Dinh Dynasty (968-980).

Tam Coc, silver and gold, rice fields, Ngo Dong River, Ninh Binh province,

May and June are the busiest rice harvesting months in Tam Coc and the beauty of ripened rice paddies stretching along both sides of Ngo Dong River, glistening in summer sun, is a heavenly sight.

Tam Coc, silver and gold, rice fields, Ngo Dong River, Ninh Binh province,

The cruise proceeds through the scenic landscape and goes through three beautiful limestone caves, including Hang Ca, Hang Hai and Hang Ba.

Tam Coc, silver and gold, rice fields, Ngo Dong River, Ninh Binh province,

The sightseeing ticket for Tam Coc costs VND120,000 ($5) per person and the only way to go explore the ‘golden season’ is a two-hour boat tour winding down Ngo Dong River that charges VND150,000 and requires at least four passengers for a trip.

Tam Coc, silver and gold, rice fields, Ngo Dong River, Ninh Binh province,

Despite its stunning looks, a Ho Chi Minh City-based photographer told that getting a good photograph during the golden season is not an easy task.

Tam Coc, silver and gold, rice fields, Ngo Dong River, Ninh Binh province,

For many years, Tam Coc has become a tourism magnet in Ninh Binh and one of the most Instagrammable destinations.

Source: VnExpress 


 
Tam Coc, silver and gold, rice fields, Ngo Dong River, Ninh Binh province,
 
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