As the latest film about King Kong, Kong Skull Island is really special by not only its content, but also by the extremely breathtaking scenes. Taking you to the days of childhood with the dream about ancient beasts, the film introduces to you the landscapes, which are supposed as utopian appearing. But almost of scenes you see in the movie is real in Ninh Binh, Quang Binh and Halong Bay.
So, after the moive Kong: Skull Island, can not miss travel to Halong Bay. You will be immersed into the miraculous world of the spectacular nature. And this is the best time for a trip to Halong.
After a long-lasting chilly weather, spring gradually grows with starkly contrastive appearance in all sides. This season starts to bring cosy atmosphere to Halong Bay, replacing the coldness of winter months.While previous winter is chiefly covered by subtle form and freezing air which rarely enable all trees and flowers develop strongly, the spring facilitates the proliferation of the whole of species living on Ha Long Bay, looking like wearing a new and colorful dress in a new year.
It could be said that this season is ideal to travel to Ha Long bay due to warm weather, a lot of sunny days and calm water. Sometimes it can be foggy or cloudy, which gives to Ha Long bay its hidden and mysterious beauty like if the cruise gets lost in the fairy land. Last but not least, in this season, you will easily capture the best moments on Ha Long Bay: the sunrise and sunset from the boat’s sundeck. Do not miss it.
Visitors to Ha Long shouldn’t miss Bai Chay beach (Scorched Beach – close to the coast of Ha Long Bay), whose sand is dark. People often mistakenly think that this is due to the climate or lack of wind in this area. However, the weather here is quite pleasant and the temperature is around 22oC. From Bai Chay, you can hire a boat and go out to the bay, where you will find some of Southeast Asian most fascinating limestone islands. Taking a cruise trip around Halong is one of the best ways to experience the beauty of the Bay).
The limestone formations are both bizarre and awesome. They are Thien Cung (Heavenly Palace Cave) – 4km from the wharf outside of Ha Long City, Dau Go (Wooden Stakes Cave) – 8km south of Bai Chay, Bo Nau (Pelican Cave) , Trinh Nu (Virgin Cave) – 15km south of Bai Chay, in the island range of Bo Hon, in the system comprised Sung Sot (Surprise Grotto), Dong Tien Lake and Luon Grotto, etc.
Besides Ha Long Bay, there are Mong Cai – the border city with China (visas must have been sourced in your home country), Cat Ba Island, Hai Phong City and Tuan Chau Island – a newly developed tourist resort. One can spend between 3 and 5 days visiting and experiencing the beauty of the Bay.
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