The Ninh Binh
province in north Vietnam is located at a distance of about 100 kilometers from the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi. Over the years the Ninh Binh of Vietnam has developed into a major tourist destination.
This radical shift from a quiet little settlement to a bustling center for travel and tourism has been due to the fact of its proximity such areas as Hoa Lu, Cuc Phuong National Park and Tam Coc. These destinations do feature in the itinerary of every tourist to Vietnam. Though it is possible to travel to these spots from Hanoi within a short time span, visitors often prefer to make a stopover at Ninh Binh.
The festivals of Ninh Binh, namely the Yen Cu festival, the Thai Vi festival and the Truong Yen Festival. Ninh Binh in Vietnam is, however, a very small province occupying an area of just about 1,388 square kilometers. Ninh Binh City is the capital of the province. The economy of the province is dependent on its marine as well as its limestone resources. The population of Ninh Binh comprises several indigenous communities. They inhabit the various districts of Nan Binh including Kim Son, Yen Khanh, Yen Mo, Gia Ven, Tam Diep, Gia Vien and Nho Quan.