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Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay is located in the Gulf of Tonkin and is in Quang Ninh Province. Ha Long Bay has 1969 large and small islands in which 989 islands have names that tell us about  the shape or legend of that island. The bay has a total area of ​​about 434 km2, consisting of 775 limestone islands with diverse shapes and imaginable people with the arrangement of the Creator's hand, forming a triangle consisting of the Dau Go Cave in the west, Ba Hom Lake in  the south and Cong Tay Island in the east. Ha Long Bay is like a geographic artwork completed after millions of years of geological transformation. When exploring the bay, you will have a sense of relaxation with peaceful tranquil atmosphere. And more interesting, the limestone islands are of exotic shapes, a series of caves with countless stalactites and stalactites will make you like the labyrinth of the fairy world. Head Island, like a person standing and looking inland. The Dragon looks like a dragon rising on the clear blue water. There are also some islands such as Hon Dog, Dinh Huong Islet, and Drum Hon, all described as its shape. The island that visitors can not be ignored during the visit is the island of Titop, bearing the name of the hero of the Soviet Union of the last century flew into space. In the islands there are beautiful and wonderful caves. They are the Thien Cung, Dau Go, Sung Sot and Tam Cung. In addition, archaeologists have proved that Ha Long is one of the first cradles of human with Ha Long culture at the famous archaeological sites such as Dong Mang, Xien Tho, Soi Nhu and Kind Well. Many prehistoric relics have been found in these areas. Ha Long is also home to biodiversity with mangrove ecosystems, coral reef ecosystems, tropical forest ecosystems and home to thousands of plant and animal species. With its cultural, historical, geographical and geological values, Halong Bay was officially recognized as a World Natural Heritage by UNESCO in 1994 and 2000.