Halong Bay visitors pay additional 1 USD for new voyage terminal

Visitors who need to take a voyage through the popular Halong bay in northern Vietnam will need to pay an additional dollar for the utilization of the Tuan Chau Wharf of Quang Ninh Province.

The VND20,000 expense will become effective beginning November 1.

The new terminal opened Tuesday, sufficiently giving space to around 3,000 clients at once and additionally stores, a child’s corner, a vacationer data focus and free Wi-Fi.

The wharf opened last July to supplant the Bai Chay Wharf which sits around five kilometers away.

Lately, Bai Chay saw up to 500 vessels for each night – 200 more than it was intended to accomodate. The wharf likewise needed offices to shield water crafts from tempests.

The new office can deal with around 2,000 pontoons, including vessels that reach out past 70 meters.

Ha Long Bay, an UNESCO legacy, and Bai Tu Long toward the upper east, are prevalent goals in northern Vietnam.

The narrows moved almost 7.8 million vacationers to Quang Ninh Province in 2015.

Source: Vnexpress (English)