Let Halong Bay Take You to Another World

Halong Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage site that lies 175km east of Hanoi.

Visit the Amazing Cave which is the biggest of the 8 or so caves which have been uncovered so far in Halong Bay. It is amazing.

If you travel you can stay in hotel anyplace, anytime and that is just so ordinary. It really worth spending a night aboard of a vessel amongst tens of thousands of islands and islets if you want a travel experience in Halong Bay.

If you’re searching for an escape from the mundane, you need to consider halong bay. Not only will you feel liberated from worries and anxieties, you might experience a recharge of your capacity to imagine beyond boundaries and limitations.

Halong Bay is located in Quang Ninh province in northern Vietnam, roughly 170 km east of Hanoi in the Gulf of Tonkin. The bay can be regarded as one of Vietnam’s most spectacular natural wonders and is renowned for its picturesque ocean karst landscape. It’s also one of the top tourist attractions of the country, drawing on a huge chunk from the millions of tourists who flock into the country every year.

Stick to popular names such as Indochina Sails, Huong Hai Junk, Bai Tho Junk, Hai Long Junk,… there are lots of boat fleets recommended or not recommended on Trip Advisor by travelers. Most of us know that the huge brand is a guarantee for the quality. In this case, it is correct. A vessel of a significant fleet after some year in operation would be sold to smaller fleet who’s targeting at services. These wooden vessels are not reliable especially.

Taking Halong Bay tours and Halong cruises are great ways to immerse yourself in Vietnamese culture and permit you to genuinely enjoy the exotic feel and the natural wonders of Vietnam. Halong Bay cruise

Whether you desire an exciting way to explore the lush setting and varied ecosystem, or you’re searching for a romantic weekend amid some of the world’s most attractive scenery, Halong Bay Vietnam has it all… you’ll certainly have a trip you won’t soon forget! And with no doubt is the absolute highlight of every trip to Vietnam and certainly a must on every traveler’s itinerary.

Ha Long is literally interpreted as “Bay of Descending Dragons.” Prior to the 19th century, this name was not listed in archive or any document. When mentioning the present-day Quang Ninh Sea or Ha Long Bay, old historical books often referred to them from the names of An Bang, Luc Thuy or Van Don. Not until the late 19th century did Halong Bay’s title look on a French Marine Map. “The Hai Phong News”, a French paper of the moment, had an article, “Dragon appears on Ha Long Bay”, reporting the following story: In 1898 a sub-lieutenant named Lagredin, captaining the “Avalanse” reported seeing a massive sea snake on Ha Long Bay. This was witnessed by lots of the crew. Thus emerged the picture of this dragon. Whether that appearance of a strange animal looking like a monster caused the title of Ha Long Bay is not understood (Reference Quang Ninh: Art and Culture published in 2002)