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Ha Long Bay announces hot-line for tourism

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A hot-line including phone numbers, fax and email have been officially released by QuangNinh Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism on July 3. The province possessing numerous stunning tourist destinations and a new wonder of the world - Ha Long Bay, is trying to tell tourists they are always ready for customers’ pleasure. The line is available for both locals and international travelers.

“The newly initiated line is for a better reputation of our province tourism. Tourist coming to the place is increasing excitingly and so does their demand”, said Trinh Dang Thanh, deputy director of the department.

For the first 6 months of 2012, QuangNinh has welcomed 4,262,000 tourists, 12% higher over the same period of 2011, in which international ones make up 8%. The most popular attraction to international tourist is Ha Long Bay with exciting tourism genres such as leisure and adventure tourism.

Tourists should call (+84) 913 265 009, (+84)333 847 347, fax to (+84)333 845 027 or email to [email protected] for information and help.

Tourist Information:

Visa Information: Visas for Vietnam are required by all nationals referred to in the chart above, except nationals of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden for stays of up to 15 days;

Getting there: Vietnam Airlines offers daily flights from Bangkok to Hanoi, then from Hanoi tourists can buy bus tickets to Halong Bay. The travel time between Hanoi and Halong bay is around 3 hours and 45 minutes.

Travel Packages: Local tour operator, Blue Dragon Tours, offers daily 2 days 1 night trips to Halong Bay. Check out their site at https://www.halongbaytours.com/

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Went there a couple of years ago and loved it, also went to Ninh Bin which is pretty close by. similar rocky outcrops but on land and you travel on a boat down river to see them, rowed by ladies using their feet. Both places well worth a visit.

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