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Friday, February 25, 2011

Halong Bay impressions

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The bay in front of Sung Sot Cave

Michael Buckley's essay about the Halpng Bay: Vietnam's Bay of the Descending Dragon

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Sung Sot Cave

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Floating store

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Floating village

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Kayaking through a cave tunnel

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On the shore of Ti Top Island

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View from the top of Ti Top Island

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Fighting cocks

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Bo Nâu Cave: See picture of the entrance by TTVo, From 2 to 3 km southeast of Trong Mái Islet lies Bo Nâu Cave (Pelican Cave). This grotto covers 200 m2. Pelicans often find shelter here. Read more on halongtours.com

Dau Go Cave: This means Driftwood Cave. The ceiling of the cave is about 25m up, hundreds of stalactites are falling down like a waterfall. There are three rooms inside, at the end of the cave you find a well of clear water. Read more on halongtours.com
See picture by Tai Thanh Vo and view from Dau Go Cave by rathmax

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Thien Cung Cave: This means "Heavenly Palace". The way to Thiên Cung leads through thick forest. The cave ist 130m long. In the centre four pillars support the "roof of heaven”. At the last part of the cave you discover three ponds with clear water. Read more on halongtours.com

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Read more:
How to choose the right junk for Halong Bay
Cat Ba and the islands and caves in Lan Ha Bay: Have a quiet time
Quan Lan island
Co To Island

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