Vuon Dao

Ha Long Rd., Bai Chay, Halong Bay, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Halong Bay

Second Day in Halong Bay

A travel blog entry by erikandaurea


... The trek did not stop there. We hiked another half a mile or so, some of it mucking through the hot mud and surrounded by insects, to this Bat Cave. The Bat Cave is this corridor-shaped cave that, true to its name, had bats in it. Those cute little bats, pooping on us above our head. One advantage to being in the cave was it was much cooler, a fact that we soon lamented after heading back down to the bikes. The kids weren't liking it, until we informed ...

Ha Long Bay

A travel blog entry by jaysurtees


... bar, really good top deck, and lovely attentive staff. Our room was fab too. Powerful air-con, hot shower; not exactly the ritz, but more than what was needed as the idea was not to be stuffed up in the room!

Our 'family', as our tour guide liked to call us, on the other hand were a bit stale. An older crowd, with some fairly annoying Irish accents, and some ...

Halong bay

A travel blog entry by kayleyskipworth

Well what can I say about Halong bay it was absolutely beautiful. We arrived at 1 in the morning and was down for breakfast at 8. A quick drive to the harbor and we were ready to set off. The boat was nice we have the dinner room kinder room and upstairs roof terrace, we stayed outside until we reached out first stop which was the cave. The cave was amazing but I was sweating like a absolute pig. Weird thou as I wasn't hot. After the cave we went back on the boat to go do kayaking. I was ...

Halong Bay - Descent of the Dragon

A travel blog entry by skjaer


... the visibility was still good, and the cloudy, misty-ness added to the surreal feeling of the place.

There are eight floating villages tucked here and there among the limestone peaks, with about 3,000 inhabitants. Their homes float on the surface of the water, attached somehow to the seabed. Because they live on the water, not land, they don't have to pay any taxes. Go figure! The villages themselves are picturesque, nested ...

A Wonder of The World

A travel blog entry by julieserroul

A 4 hour bus ride later, we arrived into the Halong Bay harbour. Our group boarded a small boat which ferried us over to our boat. With three levels, it was a lovely older boat with cabins on the first level, the dining room on the second level and the open air deck on the third level. Unknown to me, Halong Bay is actually one of the new wonders of the world. It is quite beautiful, and I couldn't help but feel lucky to be sailing amongst this beautiful scenery. ...


This hotel, located on Ha Long Rd., Bai Chay, Halong Bay, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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