Floating Village Halong Bay Vietnam

Date: 02/04/2019
Halong Bay’s floating fishing village who living in a water world is second nature. Rising and falling with the tide, these villages have been home to generation after generation of fishermen who earn their living from the bay’s bountiful supply of marine life and growing tourism in the region.

Floating Village Halong Bay Vietnam 

There are some villages in the World Heritage Site such as: Ba Hang, Cua Van, Vung Vieng and Cong Dam. Among them, Vong Vieng and Cong Dam villages belong to Bai Tu Long Bay in a less touristy area.

Most of the cruises would pass by one of these floating villages and would probably make a short stop at a fish farm to observe daily life or just for the visitors to have a peek into the basic living of the villagers. Generators provide electricity for the floating village and fresh water is brought in from the mainland and stored in tanks. Older children who wish to further their education often live on the mainland with a relative. Health care is provided sporadically and women go to the mainland to give birth.

Visiting floating villages, tourists will have time interacting with friendly fishermen and visiting floating Pearl Farm to know how to make a real pearl. Daily tour cruises provide 3 days 2 nights cruises to explore Pearl Farm floating village.


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