Ba Trai Dao Islets

Located about 22km to the south of Bai Chay Tourist Wharf, Ba Trai Dao (Three Peaches) is known as an ideal destination in Halong Bay for kayaking and swimming thanks to its wonderfully secluded and pristine beach.

Bai Tu Long Bay

If Halong Bay is compared to a glamorous beauty queen surrounded by reporters and followers, Bai Tu Long Bay is to an original and charming one without much public attention. Lesser known than its sister, Bai Tu long is another secret haven.

Ban Chan Beach

When it comes to the most beautiful beaches in Halong Bay, travelers may think about the prominent ones such as Minh Chau Beach, Ba Trai Dao Beach, Titov Beach, Quan Lan Beach, etc. However, very few people are aware of the appearance of the little known magnificent Ban Chan Beach.

Cat Ba Island

Although administratively belonging to Hai Phong province, Cat Ba Island remains the largest island in Halong Bay complex.

Cong Dam Area

Cong Dam area offers some of the most breathtaking views of Halong Bay, with majestic mountains and glorious beaches.

Cong Do area

Covering an area of nearly 23.4 square kilometers, Cong Do Island is a great work created by the Mother Nature with a large number of concentrated coral reefs, underground lakes inside karst mountains, underwater caves, and large beaches.

Cua Van Fishing Village

Out of the four villages in Ha Long Bay, Cua Van village is the top attraction.

Dark and Bright Cave

There are thousands of islands and islets in Ha Long Bay, but the Dark and Bright grotto stands out for the mingling of a number of factors: the splendid mountain, the emerald green water and the floating clouds.

Dau Go Cave

Dau Go cavern starts off with a sea star like entrance into a seemingly-endless-tunnel.

Dinh Huong Islet

Along with Fighting Cock Islet, Dinh Huong Islet is one of iconic images of Halong Bay.

Drum Cave

Thanks to beautiful stalactites, Drum Cave is mainly chosen as a favorable destination to organize cave dinner by several Halong Bay cruises.

Fighting Cocks Islet

When it comes to the most iconic islets in Halong Bay, locals often think about Fighting Cock Islet – a symbol of Halong Bay.

Halong Bay

Located in the Northeastern Vietnam, Halong Bay is a heavenly oeuvre of the Creator with thousands of rocky islands in diverse shapes and sizes.

Ho Ba Ham Islets

Ho Ba Ham, or Ba Ham Lake, is located to the southwest of Halong Bay. It belongs to Dau Be Island, Lan Ha Bay.

Hon Co Island

Hon Co Island, or Grass Island, is located in Cong Do Area, one of the most well-known destinations in Bai Tu Long Bay.

Lan Ha Bay

Lan Ha Bay sits to the East of Cat Ba Island and adjacent to Ha Long Bay. This is a tranquil and less touristy area with around 400 big and small islands. Especially, all islands and islets in Lan Ha Bay are covered in lush green vegetation.

Lom Bo Islet

Lom Bo is a famous destination in Halong Bay. Heading to the south of the Bay 15km, visitors will set foot in this area.

Luon Cave

Luon Cave is located on Bo Hon Island, about 14km to the south of Bai Chay Tourist Wharf and 1 km away from Surprise Cave

Me Cung Cave

As fanciful and appealing as its name implies, Me Cung Cave is one of many famous attractions in Halong Bay created by the hands of the Mother Nature.

Soi Sim Island

Soi Sim is a small island located to the West of Halong Bay. The island is approximately 12km from Bai Chay Tourists Wharf and 700m from Titov Island.

Surprise Cave

It is easy for visitors to guess how Sung Sot took its name. Sung Sot, or Surprise Cave in English, amaze almost anyone who sets his or her foot here for the heavenly beauty. The cave is made up of karst shaped in countless form.

Thien Canh Son Cave

Sitting in the protected area of Cong Do, which belongs to Bai Tu Long Bay, Thien Canh Son Cave is one of the most well-known tourist’s attractions in the region.

Thien Cung Cave

Lying on Dau Go Island, Thien Cung Cave is considered the most beautiful primitive cave in Halong Bay.

Ti Top Island

Located in the central of UNESCO World Heritage, Titop Island is approximately 7-8km to the southeast of Halong Bay.

Tien Ong Cave

Tien Ong Cave is the newest addition to the vast collection of 2000 islets in the World Heritage Ha Long Bay. The name Tien Ong Cave is yet to ring a bell to many tourists, but the cave is on its way to become a star in Ha Long itinerary.

Tung Gau Area

One of the most beautiful golden beach in Lan Ha Bay cannot fail to mention is lying in Tung Gau Area

Viet Hai Village

Thanks to the unspoiled natural landscape and hospitable locals, Viet Hai Village has attracted an increasing number of both domestic and international tourists every year.

Vung Ha Beach

Vung Ha Beach belongs to Vung Ha Island, a fairly large island situated in the center of Halong Bay.

Vung Vieng Fishing Village

Located in between Halong Bay and Bai Tu Long Bay, the little fishing village of Vung Vieng is worth your stop. With just about 50 families calling it home and a population of 300 residents, it is truly a great place to spend the day, relax and soak up the laid-back atmosphere.

Yen Duc Village

Yen Duc village makes a convenient rest stop for tourists to relax and trace back to Vietnamese traditional culture on the way from Hanoi to Halong Bay.