20 years ago, Halong Bay officially became the first natural heritage of Vietnam honored by UNESCO. During years, Quang Ninh Province has made effort continuously in conserving and developing values of Halong Bay.
On September 24th 2014, a press conference on activities to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Halong Bay recognized as the Natural World Heritage by UNESCO was held by Halong Bay Management Board.
Sung Sot Cave is one of the largest and most beautiful caves in Halong Bay. Located in Bo Hon Island, Sung Sot Cave is a place where many rocky islands concentrated having distinct and strange shapes, which cannot find in other ones.
Thanks to the hands of the Creator, Thien Cung Cave is one of Halong attractions having the impressive natural beauty. Along with Sung Sot Cave, Thien Cung Cave is one of the largest and most beautiful caves in Halong Bay.
According to Mr. Tran Duc Lam, Director of Department of Planning and Investment, Quang Ninh will complete the cable car in Halong Bay in 2015. The project is included in the investment of $ 300 billion of Sun Group.
Far about 1km from Sung Sot Cave, Luon Cave is the paradise of spectacular nature and dreaming landscapes. It has been one of the most appealing attractions for international tourists for years when participating in Halong Bay travel.
On October 30th, 2014, Quang Ninh held a full rehearsal of the 20th Halong Bay UNESCO Recognition Anniversary as the World Heritage in Hong Hai Ward, Halong City. The official program will take place at 8.00 pm on November 11th in 30-10 Square.
Wonderful natural landscapes along with the tranquil life of the locals have turned Vung Vieng fishing village into an appealing attraction. Tourists will have a chance to enjoy a poetic space, far differing from the hustle of the urban life here.