If you’re interested in the untouched beauty asLan Ha Bay in the previous post, you should also consider Bai Tu Long bay for your trip. Located in the northeast of Halong Bay and stretching along the coast towards the border between Vietnam and China, Bai Tu Long Bay is gifted with a similar landscape to its famous neighbour Halong bay but much less bustle than its counterpart.
Being farther from center than Halong bay, it would take a bit more than just 1 or 2 days to explore the hidden gem; therefore, if you have just a bit more time for your journey, Bai Tu Long bay is a good consideration. The place, with its nearly untouched nature, owns clearer water attracts visitors with its less touristy scenery.
Travel to Bai Tu Long bay, let get yourselves ready for kayaking kayaking through the pretty Vung Vieng floating village, swimming and snorkeling in the crystal-clear waters of stunning Ban Chan beach.
Bai Tu Long bay, according to the old story, is a remnant of a fight between the Mother Dragon and her children sent to the earth by the God to help humans defeat their enemies and the invaders. Countless limestone mountains today in the bay is the teeth of the dragons’ left as a wall protect the mainland from ships of the invaders. To honor the dragons, humans named the 2 bays Ha Long, literally translated as the place where the dragon comes down and Bai Tu Long-bow down to the dragon’s children.
The story is just a product of the imagination, but the unrealistic beauty of Bai Tu Long bay is so real, it can be seen by naked eyes. The snow-white sand beach stretching under the clear sun of the North Vietnam, the pristine beauty as if no one set foot here before, the cool, crystal-clear water, the green mountains and forests, all of them combine perfectly creating a stunning space will offer you an unique experience here in Bai Tu Long bay, so if you have an opportunity, grasp it explore the gem.
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