• “Excellent Ship and Wonderful Staff”

    I will not hesitate to give it a 5 star excellent overall rating if not because of the uncomfortable transfer from Hanoi to Ha Long Bay in a small van with baggage packed to the brim.

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  • “Fantastic crew and boat”

    Our cabin on the second floor was excellent with plenty of space, a good sized bathroom and shower and a small external deck fitted with table and chairs. More like being in a luxury hotel room.

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  • Tuan Chau Beach

    (22/08/2013)

    Located eight kilometers south-west of Ha Long City, Tuan Chau is the most beautiful and only populated island among the 2000 islands in Ha Long Bay. It covers an area of 2.2 kilometres square and has a luxuriant pine forest together with two man made beaches of very white, fine sand to the east...

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  • Ngoc Vung Beach

    (22/08/2013)

    Ngoc Vung is one of the offshore beach which is still kept pristine and unspoilt. Situated to the south of Ngoc Vung Island, some 34 km southeast of the tourist boat wharf, this beach boasts clear waters all year round.

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  • Bai Chay Beach

    (22/08/2013)

    Bai Chay is a large, beautiful, artificial beach, closed to the coast of H? Long Bay. The 100-meter-wide-sandy beach spans over 500 m. Early in the morning or in late afternoon, thousands of people liven up the atmosphere here.

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  • Quan Lan Beach

    (22/08/2013)

    The island is situated o­n an important navigation route that connects China , Japan , Thailand and Philippines to Vietnam . Along two sides of the island are tens kilometres of sand beaches. This is the endless resource for glass making and it is also the extremely interesting tourism

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  • Ba Trai Dao Beach

    (22/08/2013)

    This island consists of three small mountains with the height of 23 m, seen from afar, resemble three peaches . The island connects to a legend of about the romantic love between a youngest fairy who was very pretty with a young and poor fisherman.

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  • Ti Top Beach

    (22/08/2013)

    Some 14 km east of Bai Chay is Ti Top Beach, which takes the shape of a crescent encompassing the island. Small though it might be, it wins kudos for its quiet and airy atmosphere, its clean and clear waters, as well as its alluring landscape.

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