Quang Hanh Grotto – Halong bay Vietnam

Located 9 km west of Cam Pha, Quang Hanh Grotto is the longest grotto in Halong Bay. It is 1,300 m long, and stretches throughout the stone mountain of Quang Hanh. The French named it “Le Tunnel,” or Tunnel Grotto. Quang Hanh Grotto is accessible by either boat or car, but the entrance only appears Read more about Quang Hanh Grotto – Halong bay Vietnam[…]

Thien Cung or Heavenly Palace Grotto – Halong bay Vietnam

This recently discovered grotto is one of the most beautiful in Halong Bay. Thien Cung is situated on the southwest side of the bay, 4 km from the wharf outside of Halong City. It is located in a small range of islands that resemble a throne embracing two superb grottoes at its core. The way Read more about Thien Cung or Heavenly Palace Grotto – Halong bay Vietnam[…]

Dau Go Driftwood Grotto – Halong Bay Vietnam

Dau Go Grotto is found on Driftwood Island, formerly known as Canh Doc Island. The name Driftwood Grotto comes from the popular story of the resistance war against the Nguyen Mong aggressors. In a decisive battle, Tran Hung Dao was given an order to prepare many ironwood stakes to be planted on the riverbed of Read more about Dau Go Driftwood Grotto – Halong Bay Vietnam[…]

Sung Sot Grotto Halong Bay

Situated in the centre of the UNESCO-declared World Heritage area, the Sung Sot or Surprise Grotto is on Bồ Hòn Island, and is one of the finest and widest grottoes of Hạ Long Bay. Ascending to the grotto, the way is covered by trees and foliage, and consists of great paved stone blocks. Inside, it Read more about Sung Sot Grotto Halong Bay[…]