Baie de Bai Tu Long

If, according to the legend, Ha Long bay was formed by a dragon, the scenery of Bai Tu Long bay would have been created by her children! With landscapes similar to its big sister, Bai Tu Long bay remains largely unknown by most tourists and has retained its authentic charm. This is actually the farthest bay from the Vietnamese coast and it is therefore more difficult to reach. Hence our desire for you to discover it!

Located north-west of Ha Long bay, it extends to the Chinese border. Part of Bai Tu Long bay is located in the area classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. The bay is home to a national park, many islands, pristine beaches of fine sand, fishing villages and temples. The largest islands are those of Van Don and Quan Lan, where you can find the ruins of the ancient trading port of international scope, Van Don, very prosperous under the Ly and Tran dynasties (from the 12th to the 18th centuries).