Relatively underdeveloped, unpolluted and untouched Bai Tu Long Bay is every bit of beautiful and nothing less than its stunning neighbor Halong Bay. Bai Tu Long Bay is best for couples on their honeymoon getaway looking for the lesser crowded beaches and travelers on a backpacking trip to Vietnam who want to enjoy the serenity of the island country. Far from heavy touristy destinations, Bai Tu Long Bay promises unique experiences and an opportunity to explore the unexplored areas and to soak in its natural beauty. The top attractions of Bai Tu Long Bay include- Cong Dam area, Vung Vieng fishing village, Cong Do area, Thien Canh Son cave, Da Xep Park, and Tra Gioi beach and some other relatively popular islands like Quan Lan, Ngoc Vung, Cong Dong, and Cong Tay. The place is blessed with stunning beaches and is home to different flora and fauna. One can take a cruise trip or a boat trip to get closer to the sinking rocks and cruise to remote corners in Bai Tu Long Bay. The cruise trip is the perfect honeymoon getaway one can ask for and visitors can choose from the various unique packages for the same. Apart from witnessing the best sunrise and sunset of one’s life, tourists also get to learn about the UNESCO protected geological formation and the rich biodiversity. Some of the best experiences in Tu Long Bay include binging on barbeques, kayaking, squid fishing and witnessing the floating villages.

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