Bach Dang Hotel

Address: No 2 Ha Long, Halong Bay, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No 2 Ha Long, Halong Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Halong Bay

Day 12: Halong Bay and Hanoi

A travel blog entry by lmeglan on Aug 05, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... rice paper by spreading it over a wet, clean cloth that has been stretched over a plate. Next, you scoop two tablespoons of the mixture from the bowl onto one end of the rice paper. After that, you roll the rice paper over the mixture twice, so that it is snugly inside of the wrap. Then, you can fold down and smooth out the edges of the rice paper on both sides, so that you can flip them over to the top of the wrap. After this, you can continue rolling the rice paper, until ...


A travel blog entry by truclopez on Aug 02, 2015

6 comments, 13 photos

... so small that we could not fathom how they manage to do so. It definitely made all of us appreciate our own lives that much more.

After the tour, the woman took us back to our boat and we were served a six course meal for lunch. To work off the meal, we kayaked around the Bay and went swimming. The rest of the day was spent relaxing and socializing with our fellow cruisers who we now consider friends. They even gave us their contact information and an ...

Halong Bay - Amazing! (while it lasted)

A travel blog entry by threehourtour on Jul 23, 2015

15 photos

... that the gesture was really an apology. While we were touring the floating fishing village, the Vietnamese Coast Guard issued a mandate (delivered by motorized skiff) ordering all “junks” and other marginally sea-worthy vessels back to port due to a forecast for high winds overnight. These junks sit low in the water, kind of like a ferry-boat, and while they are fine for tooling around in the bay, they are not equipped to handle waves.

The Beautiful Halong

A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on Jun 14, 2015

4 photos

... in all dark wood and creams with a big window down one side so we had views of the Ha Long Bay from our bed. There was a circular window in the shower with no curtain, someone's in for a treat when we have a shower later. The second floor had 4 more bedrooms and a small restaurant and bar which was set up really nice. For lunch we had delicious food, prawn soup followed by muscles, lovely fried fish which looked like chicken wings but tasted ...

Cruising on Halong Bay

A travel blog entry by adahlin on May 07, 2015

41 photos

... our captain took us ashore. After a short climb up a hill we arrived at Thien Canh Son Cave. This cave used to be used by the local fishermen who discovered it originally. They used it as a shelter from wild weather as they lived solely on their boats. They caused damage by lighting fires inside and also taking stalactites as souvenirs. When Halong Bay became a UNESCO site in the 1980's the government asked the fishing people to form villages rather than using ...