Located in the Gulf of Tonkin, Halong bay covers the area of 1,553 km2 with 2,000 islands and islets forming the seascape of limestone pillars. The outstanding scenic beauty is complemented by its great biological interest. In 1994, the core zone of Halong Bay was listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site according to criterion vii, and listed for a second time according to criterion viii.
Admiral Halong Cruises 1 Day
You do not come here just to visit its spectacular seascapes, and…herds of tourists who want to see the movie location of The Indochine won the Oscar in 1993. You can go to explore the local life here as well as cruising deep into the heritage sites for more unforgettable experiences.