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Bai Tu Long Bay

Bai Tu Long Bay is a bay and national park that sits directly northeast of Halong Bay, and while it may be Halong’s lesser-known neighbor, it is without a doubt, equal in beauty! The Bay encompasses Bai Tu Long National Park and like Halong Bay, is an area protected by the local government on both… View Article

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Sung Sot Cave

Of All Of Halong’s Caves, Sung Sot Cave Is The Largest, Perhaps The Most Renowned, And Likely The Most Visited Of All. Among the 1,969 sunken limestone towers submerged in the indigo waters of Halong Bay are a series of ancient caves and grottoes – many of which remained unexplored. To date, there are 59 caves listed on… View Article

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Titop Island

Titop Island sits at the heart of Halong Bay, just 8 kilometers to the southeast of Bai Chay Harbor. Although it is relatively small (a total area of 3.7 hectares), it’s regarded as one of the most picturesque islands in the bay and is a crowd favorite among Halong tourists. Titop offers breathtaking landscapes which can be… View Article

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Vung Vieng Fishing Village

Widely considered one of the highlights of Southeast Asia, Halong Bay is jam-packed with tourist attractions Of the four floating villages that lie in Halong Bay, Vung Vieng fishing village is the one earning a reputation as the most authentic, community minded, and ecologically aware of all. As Halong Bay experiences a momentous tourism spike,… View Article

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Thien Canh Son Cave

The stunning and glorious caves are the most outstanding feature of Halong Bay. With thousands of islands and hundreds of limestone caves, Halong Bay is like a natural museum where tourists can learn more about geology and biology. When mentioning the most stunning caves in Halong Bay, tourists will list many well-known caves such as… View Article

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