Monday, October 29, 2012

Vietnam - Hanoi Trip Day 2 - Halong Bay Part 1

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At last, we arrived at Halong Bay Harbour to take the cruise. We decided to book only a one day tour instead of staying overnight in the ship. I think Halong Bay is now over populated with so many ships and tourists. There are about 10,000 tourists visiting Halong Bay daily.

Do keep the tickets with you, need to produce the ticket when visiting one of the caves.

On board the ship, we were served with one glass of drink and lunch. Any additional beverages, you need to pay.

For better view, we can climb up the roof of the ship. The view of Halong Bay was fantastic except there were really too many ships.

Short video of the many ships departing from the harbour.

Short video of the view of Halong Bay - very beautiful.

Ha Long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a popular travel destination, located in Quang Ninh province, Vietnam.

1 comment:

thomas said...

Wow!It's nice to have a meal on board while watching the limestone islands.