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

Halong Bay Cruise

A travel blog entry by jccj on Oct 25, 2015

3 comments, 9 photos

We left Hanoi at 8am for a four hour journey to the bay. We stopped off on the way at shop designed for tourists where you can buy anything and ship it home. A tourist trap! After this we continued the journey to the bay arriving at 12pm. We were welcomed onto the boat at 1pm. It was very luxurious. We had a set meal for lunch with clear blue skies cruising through Halong Bay. Very beautiful. At 4pm we stopped in the bay to ...

Saigon, Nha Trang, Da Lat

A travel blog entry by julia.gledhill on Oct 10, 2015

... connection and to be able to stay with a friend in a home for five days in Ho Chi Minh! It was amazing to be able to explore the city with the guidance of a local. The streets were cleaner than anything I saw in Cambodia and generally more developed. I visited the War Remnants Museum where I learned more about the Vietnam/American War from a different perspective. I found that the Agent Orange and Photo Journalism exhibitions were the toughest to get through. It was horrifying ...


A travel blog entry by hellyandjohn on Sep 04, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... and people; but we also realised why most travellers only come to Hanoi to get to Sapa (really scenic rice fields in the north) or Halong Bay - there is nothing to do in Hanoi but wait until the evening, and then drink. We managed to part-fill out days by going to the war museum (not great, but I'm aware than my attention span and interest in a place massively depends on how 'too hot' I am, and there was no air-con here!), doing a little bit of shopping, enjoying the nearby ...

Halong Bay, Vietnam

A travel blog entry by fosterfamily on Aug 11, 2015

32 photos

... much! We went kayaking, swam from a beach or the boat, explored a spectacular cave, visited a pearl farm and just relaxed. The boys met two girls their age so they were happy too and played lots of card games. Halong Bay means bay of the descending dragon. The legend of Halong Bay is beautiful: "Long ago, in the first founding days, the Viet people were attacked by foreign aggressors. The Jade Emperor sent the ...

Breathtaking views in Halong bay

A travel blog entry by b_k2801 on May 03, 2015

125 photos

... rice and morning glory! Nana, our tour guide kinda talked us all out of going to monkey island, we think she was tired after the trek to. So we decided to go checkout Cat Ba beaches 3 and 2. We placed ourselves at 2 for most of the afternoon, Emily and Milue joined us. This beach turned out to be a very popular beach with the locals, and a lot came down for photo shoots which was quite entertaining. The sea wasn't too great here, there were quite a few dead fish ...