Ha Long Bay, Vietnam


Ha Long Bay is the postcard view of the Vietnamese coast, with countless limestone karsts and isles rising from the sea. Though these islands are covered in thick vegetation, most are actually hollow within, forming labyrinths of caves inside. The entire are is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with around 1,600 islands in total. We spent a day aboard a junk boat but unfortunately could not stay overnight due to an impending tropical storm.


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