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Best corners of Vung Vieng floating fishing village in Halong

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Maintaining the original beauty, Vung Vieng fishing village is floating among thousands of charming islands in Halong Bay. Visit the place to admire the scenery and experience the daily activities of local fishermen here.

Vung Vieng fishing village introduction

Located 30 kilometers far from Halong City, the village belongs to the area of Bai Tu Long Bay - a tourist center with hundreds of islands of all sizes. A long time ago, the place was named Vung Venh. It used to the trading center of Hai Phong Province Vietnam and China, tradesmen usually stop here to have meals. 

Nowadays, there are more than 60 families in the village, mostly earning their living by fishing. In comparison with other villages in Halong Bay, Vung Vieng fishing village ranks second on the number of floating houses, only follows Cua Van. Tourists coming here can easily buy fresh seafood on-site at a cheaper price than on the land.
Vung Vieng fishing village is like a huge picture on a water background

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How to get to Vung Vieng fishing village

The village is most charming in the morning so that tourists should get up soon to catch the first boat. To get to the area, tourists can take a wooden boat or an express boat to Bai Tu Long Bay. It takes about one hour to reach the village gate from Bai Chay or Tuan Chau Tourist Wharf. From there, take another basket boat in 20 minutes to the center of Vung Vieng floating fishing village.

Vung Vieng fishing village attractions

As mentioned above, the dawn scenery of the village in the morning is worth getting up early. The "gate" to Vung Vieng fishing village Halong Bay is indeed a huge natural limestone cave called Cao Cave. It is regarded as one of the nicest check-in corners on Bai Tu Long Bay. Going through the gate, you will see rows of small houses floating on the blue water, with big islands surrounding. 
Tourists admiring the scenery while taking a basket boat

Admiring the scenery on the basket boat is a memorable experience. Before reaching the final destination, you will go through many small islands. The first impression about Vung Vieng fishing village Vietnam may be the tranquil and healing atmosphere. Inside the attraction are a lot of adjoining floating houses with fish cages of all kinds such as bass, trout,... to provide local restaurants and even tourists on-site.

At the center of the village is a big and wide commune floating house with a capacity of 20 to 30 tourists. An overnight sleep on this house is a high recommendation given by experienced tourists. It is a unique tourist product attractive to visitors recently, especially to foreign ones. 
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From Vung Vieng fishing village, tourists can continue to visit Mat Quy Island, Titov islandBay Gieng area, Van Don island, Lan Ha Bay Vietnam. Besides famous Halong Bay attractions, there are many other hidden water caves for your travel. Then do not forget to spend time on small bathing beaches on Ngoc Vung Island and Van Gio Island nearby.
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