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One night in Halong Bay

By Minh Duy

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After a quiet period brought on by the Covid pandemic, the World Heritage-listed Halong Bay in the northern province of Quang Ninh is seeing life again

It is packed with tourists, with many of them opting to stay overnight aboard the cruise ships so they can immerse themselves in the beauty of this favorite tourist destination in northern Vietnam all day and night.

Passengers in the waiting rooms at the Tuan Chau International Passenger Port. While they wait to be transported to the cruise ships, they can have tea or coffee free of charge
Passengers travel by boat to board the cruise ships
One of the cruise ships for sightseeing and overnight services on Ha Long Bay. There are various cruise ships in Ha Long Bay available for those who like both, the quiet and vibrant atmosphere
Guests dine at the restaurant on the ship
A corner of Ha Long Bay seen from the bow of the ship
A corner of the upper deck where visitors can enjoy the sunrise, sunset and afternoon tea. In the morning, there are short courses for guests who want to practice Vovinam, a Vietnamese martial art, while the afternoon has Vietnamese cooking classes
Two young passengers experience the beauty of Ha Long Bay from the deck
Cruise ships in Ha Long Bay
Guests can visit Lan Ha Bay, right next to Ha Long Bay, for kayaking
Tourists get off the ship to visit Me Cung Cave in Ha Long Bay. This is part of the activities for tourists staying overnight
Ha Long Bay at night. Guests can see a corner of Ha Long Bay lit up by the lights of a series of cruise ships in the bay. They can listen to relaxing music or participate in activities such as squid fishing

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