Ha Long Bay is one of the most well-known locales in Vietnam. It is situated in the Gulf of Tonkin and is flanked by Ha Long City. It covers more than 1,500 square kilometres and is loaded up with islets and islands. Its characteristic magnificence and quiet environment makes it one of the loveliest regions on earth.
The Du lich vinh ha long is a suffocated karst scene, which implies that it was shaped by the offense and relapse of the ocean more than a large number of years. There were times when Ho Long Bay was found somewhere down in the ocean before the levels started to drop. The cycle has cycled over centuries so it has framed intriguing arrangements with regards to the limestone around the cove. There are several these limestone highlights to be found in Ha Long Bay, and they keep on changing with the progression of time. There are likewise numerous caverns and caves that have been carved into the stones as the water levels changed. While Halong Bay is by all accounts immaculate in many territories, researchers have discovered confirmation that ancient people lived I the region as some time in the past as 18,000 BC. In later years, the sound turned into a fight site as the inhabitants battled to keep control of their territories. It is currently clamouring with tourists and is regularly a fishing site for business angler.
The name Halong Bay originates from neighbourhood legend about how the sound was shaped. The legend says that a mythical beast lived in the mountains, and as he flew toward the ocean, his tail would hit the stones, which would sever pieces and leave huge gaps. The monster at that point dove into the ocean, which made the water rise so just the tips of the stones were left noticeable. Thus, the cove was named Halong Bay, or slipping winged serpent narrows. More than 2,000,000 individuals visit Halong every year to see the different lakes, islands and collapses the region. There are numerous spots for guests to remain, eat and unwind as they tour the locale. While mixtures of Halong Bay are under assurance because of the danger of contamination and the impacts of tourism, a few caverns are as yet open for tours. A portion of these are lit so as to all the more likely presentation the excellent stalagmites and stalactites, while others are more far off and totally common. A few tours permit guests to rest in the vessels on the cove, while others offer short excursions to the closer islands.