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Ha Long Bay, located in the Quang Ninh Province of northeast Vietnam, is a popular tourist destination thanks to its reputation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its natural beauty. The bay is comprised of almost 2,000 limestone islands covered in lush rainforest and surrounded by emerald waters. It is bordered to the north by Ha Long city, to the south and southeast by Lan Ha Bay and to the west by Bai Tu Long Bay.
Ha Long Bay is a fantastic tourist destination for anyone seeking adventure. Of the 2,000 islands which cover the bay, only approximately 40 are inhabited and even less than that are developed with facilities such as hotels, restaurants and other tourist attractions. As a result, many choose to visit the bay on a day trip from Vietnam’s capital of Hanoi. While visiting this wonderful destination, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to go kayaking, snorkeling, diving and rock climbing. There are also numerous shrines and pagodas waiting to be explored, such as Cai Bau Pagoda and Long Tien Pagoda. Visitors can relax on some of the tranquil beaches dotted around the islands which are commonly referred to as the best in Vietnam. With so much to see and do, Ha Long Bay makes for a uniquely charming holiday destination.
A Ha Long Bay holiday or honeymoon is perfectly suited to couples who want to explore a different culture while taking in stunning views and scenery. Ha Long Bay offers a multitude of unique experiences that will result in memories that last a lifetime.
🧡 See Ha Long Bay’s beauty from the water on a cruise around the islands
🧡 Take in the exhibitions on offer at Quang Ninh Museum
🧡 Take a trip to Driftwood Island and see some of the incredible caves on display there
Noi Bai International Airport is the closest and biggest international airport to Ha Long Bay.
The Vietnamese Dong is the currency used in Ha Long Bay.
Ha Long Bay is 6 hours ahead of Ireland.
Ha Long Bay experiences a tropical climate with hot, damp Summers and cooler, dry Winters. The average annual temperature ranges from 15°C - 25°C.