Literally meaning Descending Dragon, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is about a 4 hour drive from Hanoi. The bay has 120km of coastline and over 2,000 limestone karsts appearing out of the ocean. Halong Bay is home to a community of around 1,600 people, in four fishing villages, living on floating houses that are sustained by fishing and marine agriculture.
Having been through 500 million years of formations in different conditions and environments, this is a must see and is one of the most popular destinations in Vietnam. With majestic sunsets on offer, you can’t beat an overnight stay on a traditional Junk with private cabins
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