Located on the crossroads of international maritime and air routes, with roads and railways across Asia, Vietnam serves as the gateway to the sea of Laos, Northeastern Cambodia and Thailand, Southwest China. Ha Long is increasingly developing infrastructure, road transport systems, highways, and airways. This makes convenient for visitors back and forward from Ha Long to other destination in Vietnam. In 2019, the number of tourists coming to Ha Long reached over 4 million. A UNESCO Heritage site, Ha Long Bay was declared as one of the Seven New World Natural Wonders by New7Wonders in 2012.
In the heart of Vietnam, Ha Long Cruise Port has 6 piers, including 4 piers to welcome yachts and cruise junks and 1 pier (including 2 quays) for mega cruise ships. As an ideal destination for domestic and international tourists, Ha Long Cruise Port is a gateway to many experiences to discover the beauty of Vietnam.
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A beautiful combination of emerald waters and scattered islands, Ha Long Bay is an UNESCO Site Heritage. Towering limestone pillars and tiny islets topped by forest rise from the waters of the Gulf of Tonkin. A vision of ethereal beauty and, unsurprisingly, northern Vietnam's number one-tourism hub. Ha Long has received the National Cup of Environment as Green City - clean - beautiful.