Vuon Dao

Address: Ha Long Rd., Bai Chay, Halong Bay, Vietnam | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Ha Long Rd., Bai Chay, Halong Bay, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Halong Bay

Hello Hanoi

A travel blog entry by mariamclou on Jun 27, 2015

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... approx US $25 per day. To rent a 20 square meter studio it costs approximately US $300 per month. The cost of living is extremely high but salaries are insufficiently low, making it difficult for the Vietnamese to live comfortably or ever be in a position to save money. The currency here is the Dong but they also use US dollars. I have been in a hula hoop for the last two days trying to do conversion rates between Dong and Australian/US dollars. Shoot me ...

The Beautiful Halong

A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on Jun 14, 2015

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... s all built, covered in stones which would have been individually attached to the concrete. The detail is incredible with flowers and hearts created out of shells on the walls and pathways. We were led our room, number 4 and supposedly the best on the island. It was incredible. We had a bit bed with a mosquito that was on a platform of bamboo with a huge, deep, square bath next to it. We had our own balcony with another kind of relaxing bed with ...

Cruising Halong Bay

A travel blog entry by banshee4 on Jun 01, 2015

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... 4pm, we arrived at Indochina's private beach island (with the cave). Although there are almost 2,000 islands in Halong Bay, only 30% are named, and only 3% have large caves (total of 7 caves in all). 3 caves are located in our area of the bay, one of which Indochina has secured the rights for. A quick shower and a pre-dinner cocktail then it's onto the tender again for the transfer over to the cave. Breathtaking! We were treated to a candlelight 11 course BBQ ...

Halong Bay for a Well Deserved Break

A travel blog entry by kezwill15 on May 20, 2015

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... On our way out of the caves there was a great view point, a perfect opportunity to get pictures with the great Halong Bay limestone background. Long tail boats back to the main one again as it cannot come close into the harbours, too big in size. Next was the sunset cruise through Halong Bay. Pretty amazing weaving in between the islands, a total of 1600, and taking some great photos along the way. We stopped in the bay of the ...

Cruising on Halong Bay

A travel blog entry by adahlin on May 07, 2015

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... visited and second of Halong Bays. We were appreciative of this as we were cruising as we haven't been surrounded by a sea of tourist boats and feel somewhat secluded and able to appreciate our natural surroundings. Anchored for the night we're one of about eight others in this spot for the night so nice and peaceful and not too many lights.

There are nearly 2,000 islands within Halong Bay, the majority are made of limestone. Cruising along the ...

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