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Literally means “bay of descending dragons”, Halong Bay is a famous UNESCO World Heritage Site in the northeast of Vietnam. The bay features 1,969 islands and islets in various shapes and sizes, most of which are limestone formations rising out of the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, such as the “Fighting Cocks”, the “Stone Dog” and the “Incense Burner” Islets.


An overnight cruise on a Vietnamese traditional junk-style boat is the best way to experience Halong Bay, which includes a visit to caves and floating villages, swimming, and kayaking to hidden lagoons, as well as spare time to relax. It is also possible to see Halong in one day, or spend two nights on the boat to explore the most of the bay.

Images of Halong Bay

Ideas for experiencing Halong Bay

Kayak in Lan Ha Bay

To local travel specialists, Halong Bay has become too familiar with tourist boats, while Lan Ha Bay is still limiting its list of visitors with few kayakers who come on small boats. Read on, if you are looking for a cruising trip, featuring kayaking in quiet areas of

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Cruise and Explore Halong Bay

Located in the Gulf of Tonkin, the northeast of Vietnam, Halong Bay has an area of around 1,553 km featuring 1,969 islets, most of which are limestone formations. The best way to experience the beauty of Halong Bay is by boat, an overnight cruise on a traditional

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Map of Halong Bay

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