Ha Long Bay

Explore Ha Long Bay: Vietnam’s Mystical Heritage

Ha Long Bay, a wonderful picture located in the Northeast region of Vietnam, is a unique natural wonder, converging heaven and earth. Recognized by UNESCO as a World Natural and Cultural Heritage, Ha Long Bay is not only a famous tourist destination but also a destination full of historical and cultural value.

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Explore Ha Long Bay

Explore Ha Long Bay: The Pearl of the world

Geological historical value: Ha Long Bay is evaluated through two factors: tectonic history, geology, and geomorphology. The basic characteristics of Ha Long Bay over the past 1,000 years are the sea encroaching and expanding the Bay, strongly eroding the beaches with tiger parrots, the Bay water is clearer, more salty and coral grows.

Ha Long Bay

The corrosive process of seawater actively creates deep veins, adding to the unique and fascinating beauty of the Cartesian strata. Ha Long Bay is the result of a long geological evolution process. Visitors to Ha Long Bay not only come to the wonders of the world but also come to a precious geological museum preserved outdoors for 300 million years. The caves are vivid evidence of the erosion process of sea level through geological periods. Ha Long Bay’s geological environment is also the foundation for other values such as biodiversity, archaeological culture and other human values.

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Ha Long Bay includes more than 1,900 large and small islands, each with its own shape and story. There are famous islands such as Dau Nguoi, Dragon , La Vong, creating a vivid picture with magical caves such as Thien Cung, Dau Go, Sung Sot. Hundreds of rocky islands, from limestone islands to schist islands, raise a big question about the unique tectonic process that has lasted millions of years.

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In addition to its magical natural beauty, Ha Long Bay is also a treasure trove of biodiversity. With mangrove ecosystems, coral reefs, seagrasses, tropical forests, and pine forests, this region is home to thousands of animal and plant species. There are about 16 species of plants in the bay that are endangered and vulnerable, which adds to the conservation value of the area.

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Explore Ha Long Bay

Up to now, preliminary assessment of the flora in Ha Long Bay area has about 347 species, vascular plants belonging to 232 genera and 95 families. Of the total 347 known plant species, 16 species are on Vietnam’s red list of endangered and near-endangered. Among rare plant species, there are 95 species of medicinal plants, 37 species of ornamental plants, 13 species of fruit trees and 10 groups with different uses.

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Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay

The islands in Ha Long Bay have diverse species of molluscs, especially species residing in rock cavities, and up to 60 endemic animal species. Ha Long seafood is exploited and farmed including: abalone, sea cucumber, sea worms, shrimp, fish, squid (squid, cuttlefish), octopus, cockles, mussels and scallops farmed for pearls. …

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Coming to Ha Long Bay, you will not only discover amazing natural beauty but also better understand the rich history and culture of Vietnam. Let your journey become an impressive adventure amidst the poetic and mysterious space of Ha Long Bay.

Gloloy

I am not simply a nature lover but also a creator, conveying emotions and messages through writing and photography. Each of my works is an attempt to bring understanding and respect to the world around us.

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