Taking Halong Bay tours, people often think about Halong Bay – one of the world’s natural wonders full of white sand beach and delicious seafood, but just a few people know about Bai Tho Mountain (Poem Mountain). This is one of the beautiful and attractive scenes, the destination for those who prefer a little bit […]
When visiting Halong bay, visitors can not miss Hanh cave. This cave is 9 km from Cam Pha province and is 20 km from Baichay Tourist Wharf. Hanh cave is the longest and the most beautiful cave compared to other caves in Halong bay. The length of cave is 1,3 kilometer along Hanh mountain and cross out […]
Located in the center of Halong Bay, 5 kilometers from the Sung Sot Cave to the northeast, Tam Cung Cave (Three Palaces Cave) is one of the most wonderful caves in Halong. The cave itself is divided into three parts; after walking through stone cracks, tourists can reach the first part of the cave where […]
Dinh Huong Islet (Incense Burner Islet) is so-called Lu Huong Islet. It’s located in the southwest of Dau Go Island (about 6 kilometers from Bai Chay Tourist Wharf, Halong).Dinh Huong Islet is one of the attractions in Halong Bay, it can be found on the way to Thien Cung Cave and Titop Beach. The islet consists of only one huge […]
Cong Dam fishing village is located on Bai Tu Long bay. It is an old and small village, far from the mainland with the population of about 120 people. This place is considered as an outdoor geological museum with the highlight is a plenty of mountains formed by a stack of huge rock, which looks […]
Not as famous as Ha Long Bay itself, but Bai Tu Long Bay is even prettier to many travelers. Because this bay is accessible by only few tourist company here, it’s still clean, not spoiled and charming, cruising here felt like heaven on earth. Bai Tu Long Bay is actually an ideal rendezvous for beach […]
Soi Sim Beach is a small island, which located 12km west of Ha Long City. With the area of 8.7 hectare, the beach and the island has very special geological formation in which 2/3 covered by Feralit and soil weathered by wind. It also includes a primitive forest with varieties of flora and fauna, and […]
In French colonial period, Ti Top Island was called Cat Nang Island. In 1962, the island was named after Russian cosmonaut Gherman Stepanovich Titov, a hero of the former Soviet Union, to mark the historic visit of President Ho Chi Minh and G. Titov to Ti Top Island on November 22nd 1962.
Cua Van Village has a population of 733 in 176 households. They mainly earn their livelihood by fishing. This makes it ideal for anchoring boats here. Their floating houses look spacious and clean.
Bai Tu Long and the Vung Vieng Fishing Village is off the beaten tourist track as it is not so near to the popular Cat Ba Island which has lodging, beaches and nearby caves where most of the large tour companies and boats operate. There are about 50 families; the population is between 200 and […]