Vietnam Quảng Ninh Thành Phố Hạ Long
Hạ Long Bay
A UNESCO World Heritage site in Vietnam renowned for its emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands topped with rainforests.
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Get the sharpie ready – you’re about to shorten that bucket list because this is one of the best things to do in Vietnam
! Yep, the gasp-inducing Ha Long Bay
is the sort of place you’ll be talking about for years to come, much to the irritation of home friends. It stretches over a whopping 1,500 square kilometers in the South China Sea, unfolding in a series of craggy hoodoos, grottoes, colossal cliffs, and islets for as far as the eye can see. A popular way to explore the UNESCO site is on a traditional junk boat or by private plane for an other-worldly birds eye view
4 years ago
If you Google image search Vietnam, you’re definitely going to see Ha Long Bay. Although a victim to excessive commercialized tourism, you’d be remiss to visit Vietnam without seeing this iconic, maze-like labyrinth on water. Tour boats
are the only way to see it, but it’s possible to escape some of the crowds by heading to Cát Bà Island where you can find a bird’s eye view of the whole bay. Despite all of the selfie sticks, it’s still worth it.
5 years ago
Hạ Long Bay is a stunning landscape of limestone islands and emerald waters, located in the northern province of Quảng Ninh, Vietnam. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its natural beauty and biodiversity, Hạ Long Bay offers visitors the chance to explore numerous caves and grottoes, kayak among towering karst cliffs, and learn about the region's rich cultural history. With its incredible scenery and unique geology, Hạ Long Bay is a must-see destination for anyone interested in Asia's World Heritage Sites.
11 months ago
Hạ Long Bay in northeast Vietnam is known for being one of the best things to do in Vietnam
with crisp emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands topped by rainforests. Hop in a junk boat
or kayak and cruise aimlessly amongst the endless maze of floating villages and markets.
5 years ago
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