Friday, 18 July 2014

| VIETNAM TRAVEL DIARY | f.t. EMERAUDE CRUISE TO HALONG BAY | STEPHSYT

During my Easter in April I went travelling to Vietnam for a week-- of course I had to bring my newly bought camera! I have always wanted a camera update so that I could take better pictures and why not take advantage since it was my birthday. Took some pictures and just thought that I would share it with you guys on this platform. Enjoy!



Streets of Hanoi, Vietnam with stalls selling Pho, a popular local beef noodle soup. Also some motorcycles parked in the alley- which is, surprisingly, very normal. If you've ever been to Vietnam, you'd be surprised to see the number of motorcycles on the street.


I went on the Emeraude Cruise to Halong Bay for 2 days and 1 night. This was my sister and I's room.


The Emeraude Cruise is one of the best cruises to travel to Halong Bay, translated as 'descending dragon', and is a UNESCO world heritage sight designated in 1994. 



The classic #FromWhereIStand picture.



Halong Bay consists of a dense clutter of some more than a thousand features thousands of limestone monolithic islands each topped for jungle vegetation.




Sea gypsies/ hawkers selling goods/ drinks.


Visiting the Thien Cung Grotto, which I believe is discovered by the French during the 19th century.


Sea villages in Halong Bay


Some of the stalactites and stalagmites in the grotto.







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1 comment:

  1. Nice photography! it looked like a great time x
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