Thien Cung cave

Thien Cung Cave

Thien Cung cave is the most beautiful cave of Halong It is situated on the south-west side the bay, 4 km from the wharf outside of Halong City. The way to Thiên Cung is a perilous one, covered on both sides by thick forest. After entering a narrow gate, the grotto’s 130-meter-long girth opens up. […]

Luon cave

Luon Cave

Situated on Bo Hon Island, 14 km south of Bãi Cháy Beach is the Luon Grotto. In front of the grotto is Con Rùa Islet, and the Sky Gate is on the right. Here the cliffs stretch vertically out of the pure blue and smooth water. At the water-level, an arched entrance leads to the […]

Me Cung Cave

Me Cung Cave

Two kilometers south-west of Ti Top Beach is the Mê Cung Grotto or Bewitching Grotto. It formed on Lom Bò Island, and seen from afar, the entrance is like the roof of a house denting the island’s side. After a narrow crack only allowing one person through at a time, many partitions appear. These chambers […]

Some Famous Island in Halong Bay

Some Famous Islands in Halong Bay

Cai Rong Pier (Cai Rong Pha) is Just on the ease of Cai Rong town. This is tE;e place for boats to the outlying islands. Chartering a boat from here to Halong City cOts around US$10 per hour (the one-way journey takes five hours). Tourist boats can be chartered at Cai Rong to cruise the […]

Bai Tu Long Bay

Bai Tu Long Bay- Halong

Bai Tu Long Bay is every bit as beautiful as its famous neighbor. Indeed, in some  ways beautiful, since it has scarcely seen any tourist development. This is good news and bad news. The bay is unpolluted and undeveloped, but there’s little tourism infrastructure. It’s pretty hard traveling around and staying here, and unless you […]

Cat Ba Island

Cat Ba Island

Except for a few fertile pockets, the fertile pocket is too rocky for serious agriculture; most residents earn their living from the sea, while others cater to the tourist trade. Life has always been hard here and many Cat Ba resident joined the exodus of Vietnamese boat people in the 1970s and 80s. Although the […]

How to Pick the Perfect Halong Bay Trip

PICK YOUR ACTIVITIES The one must that your tour should provide is free kayaking. This is, rightfully, almost everyone’s favorite activity as it allows you to freely explore the caves and grottos carved out by the water. We kayaked into the “James Bond cave,” which was featured in Tomorrow Never Dies, and then spent another […]

What to Eat in Ha Long Bay

Halong Bay is rich in seafood and offers tons of fish, shrimps and oysters. The catch served in most restaurants usually comes right out of fishing boats in the early hours of the morning. There are many good restaurants located in Bai Chay Town (Halong Bay Town) and most are the beachfront type. These eateries […]

Vung Duc Grotto

This spot is located by the Bai Tu Long Bay in the Cam Pha Town at the foot of Ban Co Mountain, 45 km to the north-east of Ha Long City. This is a unique tourist site of high historic, religious significance. It is composed of five imposing caves: Thien Ðang – Long Van – […]

Hoang Gia Park

Royal International Park Hoang Gia international park (Royal Park) runs along Bai Chay Beach, from Bai Chay Wharf to Ha Long Night Market. It is a comprehensive resort totaling 10 ha. Restaurants in the park serve European, Chinese, and Vietnamese food and seafood. You can enjoy yourself to the fullest with the entertainment and recreation […]

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