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This is a really enjoyable experience to do whilst exploring Halong Bay. It isn’t much of an effort to do but has some interesting sights located inside the cave. Would recommend this to anyone able to do this.
Thien Canh Son Cave is the only cave in the Bai Tu Long area of Halong Bay, so it is included on most of the cruise boats itineraries that are licensed to operate in this area.
But Thien Canh Son is a dark, dank and...More
Loads of tourists on this small cave island. It's very crowded and there isn't that much to see. The most exciting part of our little trip here (literally a 60 min stopover) was seeing a little snake crawling across the steps.
There's also a nice...More
Td:lr - If this cave is on your cruise itinerary, skip it.
This cave is extremely small to begin with and to make it worse the case has a single point of entry that is single file. The cruise ships bring a massive amount of...More
Short climb to entry of cave but no need for runners/trainers - sandals are fine. Quite a small cave but nonetheless worth a visit. After exiting the cave you can make your way down to a small manmade beach which is stunning.
We were on a private boat tour of Halong Bay and this was a stop they asked if we wanted to see and the group of us decided yes. The landing area for the boats has been well thought out with steps to negotiate. To...More
A rather unimpressive cave, this place is completely overrun with cruise boats and tourists. The lines into the cave are long and often congested as aged overweight people struggle to climb the steps in the heat and humidity. We should have just stayed on the...More
If you are cruising around the bay then this cave and island are nice to visit. Once through the interesting cave, there is a nice beach and you can either sit in deck chairs provided on the beach, go on the rocks at one end...More
This rocky island is one of 1,969 such small islands/rocks in Halong Bay. They are a remarkable sight. This particular one features a two-part cave, composed of a small ante-chamber and a main chamber. Our boat moored about 150 metres from its jetty. Our visit...More