The site offers visitors a peaceful atmosphere and fresh air, and this is the main reason that the site attracts plenty of foreign tourists every year.
In the Luon cave area, foreign tourists are excited at engaging in the rowing boat service.
Impressed by the peaceful scenery of Ha Long Bay, a group of Korean tourists sing romantic songs.
According to the Ha Long Bay management board, international visitors mainly come from Europe, the Republic of Korea, and China, as well as India.
Peter, an Australian tourist, says he is surprised by the scenery of Ha Long Bay as the water is clear blue. He also appreciates people picking up rubbish while rowing boats.
A view of Ha Long Bay from Trong cave
Ti Top Island is popular due to its breathtaking scenery and pleasant weather, making the beach a must-visit destination.
Covering a total area of 3.7 hectares, Ti Top Island is one of the smallest islands making up Ha Long Bay. The mesmerising view and its prime location attracts a large number of tourists each year.
According to the Ha Long Bay management board, as of November 22 the natural wonder has welcomed about 2.3 million arrivals, including more than 1.1 million foreign arrivals, marking an increase of 27% over the same period last year.