Ha Long Bay

24/07/2021 / 1156 Views
The last location for the “Kong: Skull Island” film crew in Vietnam was Ha Long Bay in northern Quang Ninh province, which is a UNESCO world heritage site on two...
20/07/2021 / 1235 Views
From high in the sky, Halong Bay – a wonder of the world looks like an amazingly lively, fantastic, and huge picture. [caption id="attachment_18005" align="alignnone" width="2560"] clone tag: -2051362562540910303[/caption]
05/05/2021 / 962 Views
Tourists visiting Vietnam often consider Halong Bay to be a must-see destination due to its breathtaking caves and islands; however, there is another bay that offers even more. Lan Ha...
14/04/2021 / 999 Views
Halong Bay is a breathtaking tourist destination in Vietnam. It is located in the Gulf of Tonkin and shapes an impressive seascape of limestone walls, as well as over 1,600...
14/04/2021 / 941 Views
Halong Bay is one of the world's natural wonders, with breathtaking scenery. Halong Bay is becoming a popular tourism destination for both domestic and international visitors. The variety of tourism...
14/04/2021 / 769 Views
Halong is well-known for its beautiful natural scenery and exciting tourist attractions. Quang Ninh, regarded as the "Country of Buddhism," has many beautiful pagodas that are ideal for spiritual tourism....
14/04/2021 / 770 Views
"Halong" means "Bay of Descending Dragons". This unique UNESCO World Heritage Site is a popular place for tourists and it is good to know that large parts of Halong Bay...
14/04/2021 / 805 Views
There are many tourist attractions in Halong. With its romantic natural scenery, this location still promises to provide tourists with a fresh and vibrant feeling. With a clean and new...
09/04/2021 / 985 Views
Halong Bay is 600 square miles in size and contains nearly 2,000 islands, the majority of which are limestone karsts that soar majestically out of the sea. Twenty million years...
09/04/2021 / 919 Views
Halong Bay is a stunning natural wonder located in the Quang Ninh Province of north-eastern Vietnam, some 100 miles from Hanoi. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well...