Located 165 km northeast of Hanoi, Ha Long Bay (Quang Ninh) is famous for its landscapes of limestone islands and recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site.
In the picture is a seafood wholesale market in Hon Gai, located on the shores of the bay. At about 3am, the boats after catching to dock directly into the market, the seafood is always famous for the freshness.
Ha Long’s rocky islands dimmed in the thick mist covered at 5 am, when the moon was still hanging on the bay.
Looking down from above, you can see all the beautiful scenery of Ha Long in the dew. It is not wrong to say that Ha Long is as beautiful as the water picture. Stay two days a night exploring Halong and capturing the beauty of the place at different times.
The green vegetation on the limestone cliffs was taken around 8 o’clock. They have root systems that are tightly attached and deep into the steep cliffs, exposed to nature, despite the sun or rain, it is still exists and grows well.
The whole bay has nearly 2,000 limestone islands, of which about 900 islands have been named, of all shapes. The rocky islands are concentrated, some places to separate, creating a breakthrough for Ha Long Bay.
When the sunset falls at 18:00, the water surface at the bay is like silver inlaid, mingling with the dark color of the distant stone islands, making Ha Long Bay look different.
The yachts lit up the night lights at 19:00. Ha Long currently has hundreds of fleets and yachts serving night sleep services on the bay. Guests can enjoy the night view, squid fishing in the sea or with friends to enjoy wine and seafood, bringing a excited experience.