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Halong Bay Kayak, Halong Bay Vietnam

Halong Bay is considered as one of the most ideal place for kayaking in the world. Kayaking service is available with many imported kayaks. Joining guided kayaking on Halong Bay; tourists will reach pristine islands and discover untouched lagoons when the tide rises in the late afternoon. Tourists will have a closer insight into the

Halong Helicopter Tours, Halong Bay Vietnam

Helicopter tour (also called air-taxi) is a new tourism service that has been provided since August 2008. Taking part in a helicopter tour, tourists can visit famous sightseeing of Halong Bay in just 45 minutes. Therefore, it’s no need to mind if you don’t have enough time for a trip to Halong Bay. At the

Cycling in Halong Bay, Halong Bay Vietnam

In order to deeply enjoy quiet atmosphere and scenic setting on the beach, cycling and trekking will be a good suggestion for the trip on Halong Bay. When trekking on the beach, tourists will be free to enjoy cozy white sandy ground and gaze stunning seascape of Halong. Cycling and trekking is also an ideal

Discover Halong Bay Cruise, Halong Bay Vietnam

Halong Bay was listed as one of Asia’s top five tropical island paradises in an article published on CNN in April 2012. “Halong Bay in northwestern Vietnam is one of the most stunning boating destinations anywhere in the world”, wrote the author. By cruising, tourists can fully enjoy “the mysterious limestone caves on Halong Bay’s

Discover Halong Bay Caves, Halong Bay Vietnam

Halong was honored twice with the title “World Natural Heritage Site” by the UNESCO as its value of geology, geomorphology. Therefore, visitors once coming to Halong Bay shouldn’t miss the chance to explore grotto system there (including Sung Sot Cave – Surprise Cave, Dau Go Cave – Wooden Stakes Cave, Thien Cung Cave, etc.). Magnificent

Hoanh Bo Soaked Rice Wine in Halong, Halong Bay Vietnam

Wine is made from the glutinous rice which is local specialty. People do not pound glutinous rice, just cook and incubate it. After the fermentation of rice, they soak it with fermented leaves from Hoanh Bo Forest.  After a while, it turned into wine. The wine is filtered out and put in jars or bottles