According to a travel article, Cua Van fishing village is ranked seventh among 17 locations worldwide.

Cua Van is a picturesque fishing village located in Ha Long Bay that can only be accessed by boat. It is one of the largest floating fishing villages in the world, with residents living in beautiful houses on rafts. The village even has a school.

Cua Van is home to more than 170 households who primarily rely on fishing for their livelihoods. In 2017, it was recognized as one of the top 30 travel destinations globally by readers of Travel + Leisure magazine.

In 2015, Huffington Post named Cua Van one of the world’s most charming small towns.

The top spot on Bright Side’s fairy-tale places list goes to the Kaliningrad fishing village in Russia. It is described as an ethnographic, trading, and craft center.

Other notable villages in the top 5 include San Gimignano in Italy, Gásadalur in Denmark, Reine in Norway, and Bibury in Britain.

Cua Van fishing village takes the seventh position, right after Giethoorn in the Netherlands. Pariangan in Indonesia, Longji in China, and Uchisar in Turkey complete the top 10 list.

The article features a total of 17 stunning and exceptional villages that share qualities such as clean air, low population density, and a cozy atmosphere.