Sunlight floats in a crystal clear streams and shows the moss underwater

Trang An complex boasts its tranquil charm under blue sky

The site’s luxuriant vegetation observed from underwater

Visitors can admire colourful flowers blooming along the stream

Trang An complex is also home to many aquatic species such as freshwater fish, turtles, and snakes

 

The boat trip takes visitors to dozens of caves, allowing them to explore the magnificent beauty of the stalactite system inside the caves

Travelling through the caves is such an incredible and unique experience for visitors

A stunning view seen at the exit of the cave

During the boat trip, visitors can visit Saint Cao Son Temple, which worships Vu Lam, a son of legendary national father Lac Long Quan

Exceptional limestone mountains seen along the route

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Dubbed as “Ha Long Bay on land", Trang An complex was recognised by UNESCO as a Cultural and Natural World Heritage Site in 2014.

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