Foreign visitors are surprised with the unique method of rowing boat , they just use the foot but the boat is still moving.
Ninh Binh attracts not only domestic tourists, but also attracts many foreigners. The landscape here is charming, has mountains, rivers, caves, many scenic sites, rich history and rich cuisine. From Hanoi less than 100 km, there are expressways so foreigners can go on day, very convenient.
This woman using her foot to row
One of the most popular experiences in Ninh Binh is the boat riding on the Ngo Dong River, passing through the mountain ranges, caves and rice fields belonging to the complex of Trang An - Tam Coc - Bich Dong. . The resort is located in Ninh Hai commune, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh has long been famous by the wild, romantic. Not only experience the feeling of harmony with the nature of the river, tourists, especially Western visitors are surprised with the unique and skillful boatmen of the boat people here.
The strength in the legs is also stronger than in the hands so it does not take much effort.
Instead of rowing, each boat owner uses a pair of fast feet, paddlinginto a regular arc, helping the boat to the front of the boat or turn to the desired direction. This special industry is admired by many foreign tourists. As explained by the local people, the use of oars helped their hands to be relaxed to do other things. The strength in the legs is also stronger than in the hands so it does not take much effort. In addition, using the legs will help to reduce the pressure on the back and arms. The boatman can stand against his arm or lean back in the back seat.
Using the legs will help to reduce the pressure on the back and arms
The unique method keeps their hands free to do other things...
In Ninh Binh, almost every boatman uses this method of proficiency, whether women or men, even older people. Every day, especially on the peak, thousands of visitors are busy in the area of scenic spots. The boat turns to pick up guests to follow a road supply available. Each time takes hours but visitors rarely feel tired, depressed by the beautiful natural scenery.
Source: Culture Trip
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