Things to see in Halong Bay – Unique marvel of nature

Located 150 kilometers far from Hanoi, Halong Bay – Vietnam is a spectacular island waters of Quang Ninh, a top-leading marine tourism site in Vietnam. With the outstanding value of the universal landscape and geology, Halong Bay has twice been recognized by UNESCO as a world natural heritage.

Halong Bay has nearly 2000 multifold “pearl” islands above sea level, covering an area of ​​over 1500 square kilometers, creating an extremely poetic and majestic natural wonder. The abundance of styles and the diversity in shapes of thousands of islands create a forest of natural sculptures, a rare natural impression over the world with the fortified attraction and capacities satisfying the rich imagination of humans.

Bai Chay is a man-made beach with beautiful wide and sandy beach by over 1 kilometer long, 100 meters wide, located along the shores of the bay, suitable for swimming and relaxation. Bai Chay resort is throughout the year windy with cool climate that attracts large numbers of visitors in the beach tourist season.

Tuan Chau Island, 8 kilometers far from Halong city, is the most beautiful island of nearly 2,000 islands in Halong Bay with many of the modern international standard works such as: the restaurants were built in royal architects, villas, marine animal presentation parks. Tuan Chau is a glamour place where visitors can swim and play the water sports: waterslide moto, parachute- pulled canoes, windsurfing, fishing, boating, etc.

Titov Island is a small island in the bay, about 14 kilometers by Halong city center. It is beautiful and poetic by one side steep and another one skew with white sandy beach in crescent shape. Coming to Titov, visitors can swim or climb up the stair on the top of the mountain or to halfway up the mountain to watch the islands of Halong Bay.

Sung Sot cave, the French call this cave Grotte des surprises (Cave of surprise), on Bo Hon island, is one of the most spectacular and largest grottoes of Halong bay. The 30-meter high roof of the grotto are decorated ingeniously by small dents, steady and smooth as sponge, with many stalactites hanging from the high ceiling glittering as the lights from the dome of the great theater which is very magnificent.

Trinh Nu Grotto, also located on Bo Hon island, is 15 kilometers from Bai Chay Wharf. Found in the middle of the grotto is a giant stalactite block imaging a petrified girl with long hair, toward the far shore languishing waiting.

Dau Go Cave is situated on Dau Go Island. The celling of the grotto is about 25 meters high with hundreds of stalactite blocks and stalagmites falling down, creating many strange shapes depending on each one’s imagination. Standing under the arch of the cave, visitors would be lost in an ancient castle with monumental and majestic architecture.

Thien Cung cave is situated on a cliff on driftwood island with two flanks covered by overgrown plants. Thien Cung is like an “Fine Arts Museum” of nature with countless of massive stalactite paintings passionating human hearts.

Me Cung Cave, situated on Lom Bo Island, 2 kilometers from the Titov beach. Not massive and majestic as Dau Go or Sung Sot cave, Me Cung is modest in size. It is defined in chambers which are small and narrow but incredibly sophisticated.

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