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I’m writing from the most beautiful & incredible place in the world that I have ever seen during my 15-year career as a travel writer in more than 70 countries. I’m writing khổng lồ you from Ha Long cất cánh in Vietnam.

There is a saying that if you have not visited Ha Long bay you have not yet been khổng lồ Vietnam. I say that if you have not visited Ha Long cất cánh you have not yet seen the most beautiful place in the world.

180 km from Hanoi City, towards the northeast, it takes around 4 hours by bus due to the speed limit, và then you will arrive to Ha Long City & the wonderful Ha Long Bay.

1969 limestone islands of various shapes, sizes, và in different green & amazing colors rise above the sea màn chơi in an area of more than 1,500 square kilometers that creates this World Heritage site. Ha Long cất cánh still retains its historical và culture values.


The guide told me that Ha Long cất cánh has been twice recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1994 & 2000, và also that Ha Long cất cánh is in second place in the worldwide competition of the World’s Seven Natural Wonders. I told him that before all, God has given the Vietnamese people this wonder for their kindness.

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Ha Long cất cánh is as attractive and beautiful throughout the four seasons: spring, summer, autumn, và winter. Traveling on small sailboats among hundreds of limestone islands, one may visit the amazing Surprise Cave, the floating fishing village, and see how the locals live are top of the các mục of things to vì here. On Titop Island, one may swim and relax on the beach or enjoy a kayaking program khổng lồ the nearby Luon Cave & much more.

And what about the important question of where lớn sleep? Syrena Cruises & other cruises are offering wonderful programs. A luxury cruise from the harbor và across Ha Long Bay, has 34 luxury cabins và suites each with a balcony, as well as restaurants and a meeting room on the 3rd deck. Travelers may experience Asian or Western cuisine, precisely sea food, & also have a session with a mát xa therapist, unwind in the sauna, take a sunbath và relax on the expansive deck, experience squid fishing, movie night, and a cooking demonstration.

Other attractions during your stay in Ha Long, beside exploring Ha Long bay itself, if lớn visit the Royal Park in Halong City, Water Music, a circus performance by dolphins, sea lions, crocodiles, và much more.

The experience of visiting Ha Long cất cánh is unforgettable, where you will see something that will stay in your mind and eyes for years. You will enjoy meeting Vietnamese people and tasting their delicious food, you will have fresh air all day và night, especially if you wake up early in the morning and watch the sun rise on the deck coming slowly through the islands.