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Halong Bay cruises all sail by these two islands that rise out of the water and face each other. The day we visited there were many boats on the bay. Our captain managed to get us a good view for photos. Unfortunately there was a...More
One of the more famous view points on the bay, is visited by a lot of the cruises, so this can get quite crowded. Probably best to take a cruise during the slower season, as it will be less crowded. The peak season is April...More
That is a symbol of Halong, we came there in a beautiful day with clear sky, sun shining. My guide said most of the people call it’s fighting cock island but i love another named she said: Kissing chicken 😃
These two small islets , like others in the area , look like they've been dropped from heaven by some magical hand right into the Halong Bay waters . Most , if not all cruise boats here , will slow down near the two islets...More
the two rocks facing each others as if two ardent lovers face each others is a visual treat when one watches this nature's piece of beauty from the top deck of the cruise ship.It appears as if these rocks are going for a peck between...More
We cruised past these Chickens on our way back in. The guide pointed them out and told the story about the kissing chickens. Since then I read that they are also called the fighting chickens. Many interesting rocks sticking outta the sea in Halong Bay....More