Exploring the beauty of Lan Ha Bay Travel

Exploring the beauty of Lan Ha Bay

Located east of Cat Ba Island off Hai Phong northern port city, Lan Ha Bay was once off the beaten path, thought of only as a ‘forgotten paradise’. The destination is now a showpiece for travelers and nature lovers to the north Vietnam coast.
Cat Ba island an attractive tourist spot Destinations

Cat Ba island an attractive tourist spot

Cat Ba archipelago which is offshore of Cat Hai district in the northern port city of Hai Phong comprises 367 islets and boasts white sand beaches and deep clear waters. The site received UNESCO recognition as a world biosphere reserve in 2004. Its Lan Ha Bay was among the most beautiful bays of the world, housing hundreds of magnificent mountains and ancient caves.
Cat Ba island, the 'pearl' of the north for tourists Travel

Cat Ba island, the 'pearl' of the north for tourists

With 367 islands, more than 300 beaches, and a diverse and rich ecosystem, Cat Ba archipelago in Cat Hai district, Hai Phong city, is an attractive destination to both domestic and foreign tourists all year round.
Cat Ba Langur - Endangered primate species Environment

Cat Ba Langur - Endangered primate species

The Cat Ba langurs, or Golden-headed langurs, are found only on Cat Ba Island in the Gulf of Tonkin, off the coast of northern Vietnam. They are one of the world’s most critically-endangered primates.
Cat Ba Island’s tourism reviving after pandemic Videos

Cat Ba Island’s tourism reviving after pandemic

After nearly 2 years of hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, tourism activities on Cat Ba Island in Cat Hai district, Hai Phong city, have become bustling once again, promising a positive revival of the key economic sector.
Fresh COVID-19 outbreak dents tourism industry Travel

Fresh COVID-19 outbreak dents tourism industry

Concerns over COVID-19 forced Nguyen Thuy Quynh from Hanoi to cancel her family trip to the north central province of Thanh Hoa for the Reunification Day (April 30) and Labour Day (May 1) holiday which lasted four days from April 29 to May 2.
Ha Long Bay-Cat Ba Archipelago to seek world heritage recognition Videos

Ha Long Bay-Cat Ba Archipelago to seek world heritage recognition

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has assigned the Vietnam National Commission for UNESCO to work with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to take necessary steps in submitting dossiers seeking UNESCO’s recognition of “Ha Long Bay-Cat Ba Archipelago” as a World Heritage site.