Category Archive for: ‘Halong Bay Travel Guide’

  • luxury bus from hanoi to halong bay

    Luxury Bus from Hanoi to Halong Bay

    Luxury bus from Hanoi to Halong Bay provided by Indochina-Junks (Princess Junk, Prince Junk, Red Dragon, and Dragon’s Pearl Cruise) from February 2014. 2 new luxury vans in order to improve customers’ experience in transportation between Hanoi and Halong Bay. Traffic in Vietnam in general …

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  • Halong Bay

    5 Reasons Why You Need to Add Halong Bay to Your Bucket List

    Every traveler has a bucket list of travel spots. This is a list of things you need to do before you ‘kick the bucket.’ In other words, thinks you need to do before you die. For most travelers, the typical bucket list would include classic …

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  • Au Co Cruise Kayaking

    Why should your customers stay two nights in Halong Bay, Vietnam ?

    Many of our passengers tell us that they would have chosen a longer cruise option if they had known it was possible. Why? To relax and enjoy the scenery, to go further in the bay and avoid the crowds and to participate in more excursions. …

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  • Halong Bay - Vietnam

    Halong Bay

    Halong Bay Vietnam consists of a dense cluster of over 3,000 limestone monolithic islands (although locals claim there are only 1,969 as this is the year of Ho Chi Minh’s death), each topped with thick jungle vegetation, rising spectacularly from the ocean. Several of the …

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  • Foggy day in Halong Bay

    What if your Halong Bay cruise is canceled in the last minutes?

    You’ve got a good deal and now are dreaming about an interesting trip with beautiful cabin, delicious food, friendly staff waiting for you in Halong Bay, Vietnam. You’ll be relaxing on the sundeck while the boat cruises around the rising islands in the fresh air …

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  • Emotion Cruise Halong Bay

    Best cruise in Halong Bay – How to select!

    Halong, literally “Descending dragon Bay”, is a true wonder of Vietnam and natural heritage site which is recognised by UNESCO. Around 3,000 limestone islets rise from the emerald waters, and no matter how many pictures, stories, and movies of Halong Bay you come across, you …

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