A UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of the Nature, Halong Bay has made it far in the travel and tourism industry. Halong Bay spreads on an area of around 1,553 km2, including 1,969 islets, most of which are limestone topped with thick jungle vegetation, rising spectacularly from the ocean.
The Bay is recognised as UNSECO World Heritage site for its exceptional natural beauty in 1994 and for significant geological features in 2000. However, many travelers are unaware that Ha Long Bay has immense value to the world because of its rare concentration of biodiversity, culture and history.EXPLORE
Bai Tu Long Bay, Halong Bay’s north eastern neighbor, has a size of around three quarters of the World Heritage Site. Not as popular as its infamous neighbour, but every bit as beautiful with it karst landscape and jade sea, Bai Tu Long Bay promises visitors a more novel experience because it is somewhat off the beaten path.EXPLORE
Lan Ha Bay is somewhat off the beaten track for tourists and relatively unspoiled. Being less popular means that visitors to the area can have a more novel, unique experience. Around 300 karst islands and limestone outcrops can be found in the area, as well as beautiful sandy beaches just perfect for all kinds of water activities.EXPLORE
Tuan Chau Island is located in the North West of Halong Bay, 8 km southwest of Halong city. Although the island is only 5km2, it is known as the tourist hub of Halong Bay. As well as boasting white sandy beaches, a sheltered harbor, and a spectacular view to Halong Bay, Tuan Chau Island also has an interesting history.EXPLORE
Often called the Surprise Cave, Sung Sot Cave is one of the largest and most spectacular caves in Halong Bay and is always popular with tourists. At approximately 25m above sea level, the cave system occupies around 10,000 m2 and comprises two caverns, each as beautiful and interesting as the other.EXPLORE
A climb up the few hundred steps to the summit of Titop Island (or Titov island) reveals the most breathtaking view Halong Bay has to offer. Titop is visited by thousands of tourists everyday and with good reason, as for many this is the highlight of their entire Halong Bay experience.
The largest fishing village in Halong Bay situated at Hung Thang Commune, Halong City, lies in a calm bay surrounded by karst limestone mountains and islets. With approximate 180 households living mainly by fishing, Cua Van fishing village has a population of 733 and they all live on floating houses.EXPLORE
Luon Cave is located in the south of Halong Bay, about 14 km south east of Tuan Chau Marina. Luon Grotto is an open air cave which can only be accessed by boat or kayak. Unlike the many other cave systems of Halong Bay, Luon Grotto is a group of islands that have formed a brackish lake approximately 1 km in circumference.EXPLORE
Cultivating pearls has been a tradition in Halong Bay, but sharing the process of pearl making with tourists has only been a relatively recent addition to cruising itineraries. The Tung Sau pearl farm, which uses the Mikimoto technique to cultivate pearls, takes visitors through the process of creating pearls in a short, but informative tour.EXPLORE
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