Located in Tonkin Gulf in the northeast of Viet Nam, Bai Tu Long bay covers the waters of Ha Long and Cam Pha cities, and the island district of Van Don in Quang Ninh Province. It includes hundreds of islets of all sizes, many big enough for habitation. Bai Tu Long Bay is home to many traces of Ha Long Culture that dates back thousands of years. Visitors to Ha Long Bay, a natural wonder home to over 1,000 islets, will be amazed at Bai Tu Long.
Bewitching untouched bay in Northern Viet Nam
It features limestone and schist islets – a result of geological formations lasting over 300 million years. Famous islets include Bai Tho, Con Coc, Tien Ong, Mat Quy, and Con Co. Some outstanding caverns there are Thien Canh Son Carven, Tam Cung Cavern and Me Cung Cavern. The bay also harbours beautiful beaches such as Con Co, Van Don, Quan Lan.
Quan Lan Island is a must-visit destination for tourists to Bai Tu Long. It is suitable for adventurers as well as those who love simple and romantic experiences thanks to the harmony of sea, forest, culture and architecture. Visitors can also tour the fishing village on Minh Chau Island or Cai Lang – the oldest village there.