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Thai Binh - Ninh Binh - Around Ninh Binh - Phat Dien - Cuc Phuong National Park Vinh - Around Vinh - Phong Nha Cave - Dong Hoi  

 

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Whenever mentioning the name of Thai Binh province, most people think of a big granary in the Northern Vietnam. Geographically, the province is adjacent to Hai Duong Province and Hai Phong City on the north, Ha Nam and Hung Yen provinces on the west. It also shares the borders with Nam Dinh Province on the south and the East Sea on the east.

Thanks to the richness in aquatic products and grains, Thai Binh has lots of local specialties which are created from the natural materials by the local people. Of which, the most famous to everyone is Canh Ca Quynh Coi (Quynh Coi fish soup) and Cay cake. Hence, do not forget to let yourself taste them and bring some Cay cakes to your beloveds.

Traveling to Thai Binh, tourists will enjoy visiting the inshore sandbanks, seeing the natural beauty in mangrove forest, swimming in Dong Chau Beach, as well as taking part in some interesting traditional festivals. Typically, Dong Bang, Tien La temples, and Keo Pagoda are some well-known culture constructions in Thai Binh. Especially, Keo Pagoda possesses many valuable votive objects and beautiful three-storey bell tower, which lures many tourists who have chance to visit this pagoda. Furthermore, tourists are attracted by various flowers and fruits whenever coming to Bach Thuan Garden Village.

Besides the beautiful landscapes and many cultural values, Thai Binh province is also famous for its traditional handicraft villages like weave fabric in Phuong La Village, mat weave in Hoi Village, silver carve in Dong Xam Village, copper casting in An Long Village, etc.

During the traditional festivals in Thai Binh, tourists are offered to listen to many folk songs like cheo song in Khuoc Village; or to join some festival games such as fish and duck catching, rice cooking competition and squib contests.