Destination
  • Golden Turtle Cave

    The grotto is 100 m long and 5 to 10 m wide, running in a north-south direction. There are many stalactites and a water spring flowing all year round.
  • Lang Co Beach

    Located on the northern part of Hai Van Pass on National Highway No.1A, about 80km south of the imperial city of Hue, Lang Co Peninsula looks even more mythical and beautiful amid the blue sea and white sand
  • Vung Vieng – an unique fishing villages on Halong Bay

    About 24km from the mainland, Vung Vieng fishing village is situated in the center of Bai Tu Long Bay. This place likes nestled among the limestone peaks, unaffected by ocean waves or strong winds. Tourists will be conquered by tranquility, peace...
  • DAU GO GROTTO - GROTTE DES MERVEILLES

    If the Thien Cung Grotto is monumental and modern (in its natural form), then Dau Go Grotto is solemn, but also grandiose. In “Marvels of the World,” published in France in 1938, the author called the grotto “Grotte des merveilles” (a site...
  • Thien Cung Grotto (Heaven Palace Grotto)

    This is one of most recommended grotto in dragon bay of Halong, it was found lately. Visit this one tourist have a chance to see another historical cave locate next to it which related a great victory over Mongolia enemy. Legend has it, a...
  • Virgin Cave at Bo Hon Island

    The Virgin Cave (Hang Trinh Nu) is one of the most famous caves in Halong Bay. Of all the caves to visit during a Halong bay cruise, the Virgin cave has probably the most moving legend behind its name.
  • Bai Tu Long Potential For Vietnam Tourism

    Being a second large bay Located northeast of Halong Bay and close to Chinese border...
  • Me Cung Grotto

    Two kilometers south-west of Titov Beach is the Me Cung Grotto or Bewitching Grotto. It formed on Lom Bo Island, and seen from afar, the entrance is like the roof of a house denting the island’s side.
  • About Halong Bay

    Ha Long Bay, in the Gulf of Tonkin, includes some 1,600 islands and islets, forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars. Because of their precipitous nature, most of the islands are uninhabited and unaffected by a human presence. The...