Xu Hướng 2/2024 # Co To Island, Quang Ninh, Vietnam # Top 10 Xem Nhiều

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The Northern Vietnam is more famous for its mountainous areas and modern cities. However, if you stay in Hanoi, and you are looking for a place with sandy beaches and clear blue sea water to relax or spend your limited summer vacation, Co To Island Quang Ninh province (near Halong Bay) would be the perfect place waiting for you: a rarely-seen stunning paradise within the busy cities.

I. Best Time to Visit Co To Island

Co To Island is reachable for the whole year, but the best time to visit is in Summer and Autumn (April to August). The temperature is about 30oC which is rather ideal for traveling.

During this time, you will be able to clearly see the islands, islets, caves, floating villages. And this time is the greatest time to enjoy swimming on beautiful beaches here. However, in summer, there would also be storms, so it is necessary to check the weather before planning your trip. During April and May, it’s sunny enough and fewer storms than other months.

II. Highlights of Co To island  1. Location

Co To island is the biggest island located within the archipelago of Co To Island District which is comfortably anchored in the area of the Gulf of Tonkin. To the northeast of Quang Ninh Province, Co To Island is the farthest island from the coast that has a residential area.

The island’s highest peak is around 170 meters, with an area of approximately 47 square kilometers, surrounded by 40-50 smaller islands which can only be accessed by boat.

2. Landscape

Consisting of a scattering of hills, much of the coastline on Co To island are rocky cliff faces. Arriving in Co To Island, you will be immersed in a truly heaven with smooth white sandy beaches and pure sea water along with gentle wind. The most fascinating feature is the white sand on Co To Island, which is rarely seen in Northern Vietnam.  Some slices of the mountains that contain sa huynh (golden sand) create a special beautiful mountain color. The golden sand color under the sunshine, by the blue of the sea and the white of the waves, creates a spectacular and amazing scene.

3. Daily Life III. What to Do in Co To Island? 1. Calm and Beautiful Beaches

There are 3 main beaches here in Co To Island which tourists visit the most: Tinh Yeu Beach, Hong Van Beach and Van Chai Beach. Among these, Van Chai seems to be the cleanest beach, while the other two sometimes get clogged with plastic. All beaches are often really calm, with clear blue sea and very smooth white sand stretches. Especially, the beautiful white sandy beaches here will immediately help you relax and unwind.

While walking and watching the scenery around the sea, you will find the bungalows that look really creative, friendly and close to nature. If you want to enjoy the gentle and fresh sea breeze, you can book a room in that house. With just an open window, you will be able to watch the sunrise and sunset everyday.

Standing in the vast sea and sky and enjoying the gentle, salty breeze, you will find yourself lost in this peaceful paradise. Here, you and your family or friends can participate in sports such as soccer, volleyball or simply cover yourself with sand,…. In addition, you can also bring camping gears to sleep overnight here a great experience for your exciting summer.

To experience more of the nature, you can go kayaking or scuba diving to watch the lovely, colorful fish weaving in the “forest seaweed” winding with the waves. The most romantic time at this beach is in the evening, in which you can enjoy a seafood feast with fresh squid, shrimp, fish or nail snails in the sound of the waves and under the shimmer the spirit of the delicately arranged lanterns.

2. “Photoshoot” material Places 2.1. Co To Lighthouse

Going to the east side of the archipelago, you will find the Co To lighthouse. The lighthouse was builts in the late 19th century, and it is one of 30 “night sea eyes” operating throughout the territorial waters of Vietnam.  It is located on top of a mountain, 5 kilometers far from the town. The lighthouse is located at an altitude of 100m above sea level, and next to the main light, there is also a smaller light.

Currently, the lighthouse has been invested in solar lighting with automatic and semi-automatic control systems. Thanks to the lighthouse, the people who lit the sea lamp no longer have to row the boat to light the sea lamp with kerosene like in the old days.

2.2. Cau My Cliff

Cau My Cliff is a romantic place and often visited by young couples. This is the best place where you can spot the sunrise on the island, as well as enjoy the crystal clear blue water. As a product of thousands of years of erosion, Cau My is a unique sight to behold on Co To.

Coming here, people would usually think that they were walking on Mars, because the water and the rock blend together creating a really interesting and distinctive scenery that only Cau My Cliff has: The layers of stone are visible in different colors. Stratified rocks, many colors and shapes make the whole area look like a vivid picture of the tectonic process of nature. In fact, Cau My Cliff is rated as the most magnificent point in the archipelago.

3. Motorbike Tour

The island is small enough for you to tour around, but big enough to surprise you. As the tourist service in Co To Island is developing, taxis are pretty scarce. Instead, it is better for you to rent a motorbike (or bicycle) and tour the island at your own speed, at an affordable price.

IV. What to Eat in Co To Island? 1. Nail-shaped shellfish (Con Móng Tay)

The reason why it’s called “nail-shaped” is because its body is slim and long, which looks like a finger. The dish offers you a sweet and crispy taste. You can find the nail-shaped shellfish all year round, but the season when it tastes the best is the early rainy season (May to June). The price of nail-shaped shellfish in local market is about: VND 140.000 – 180.000/kilograms

2. Jellyfish salad (Salad Sứa)

The period during February to April is when the off-shore water of Co To island brightens up at night, and this is an ideal time to catch jellyfish. Jellyfish salad is often crispy, juicy a combination of the sweet and spicy taste. After being processed and got through boiling water, jellyfish will be chopped into smaller pieces. Following, they will mix it with other ingredients such as herbs, papaya, chicken, lemon, etc. to make its flavor sour and sweet.

3. Grilled Oysters (Hàu Nướng)

Co To island is actually a suitable habitat for oysters to live. Therefore, the oysters here have an unique flavor of their own. A wide range of dishes can be made from oysters, however, grilled oyster is voted the best by locals and tourists. After being processed, oysters are mixed with a little oil, and then grilled. When the oyster turns yellow, the chef will add some scallions and peanuts to it. In some places, they also put cheese in the oyster to fit the appetizer of foreign tourists. It is important that you be careful to avoid overcooking, as it will harm the oyster’s flavor and texture.

4. Be Be Mantis Shrimp (Bề Bề)

Be Be is a kind of special shrimp, or “mantis shrimp” in some places. It is a bit bigger than a normal shrimp, with tough and sweet meat. A few famous dishes made from Be Be is “Be Be steamed with beer” and “salty fried Be Be”. When trying steamed Be Be, you can add some salt, lemon juice and mustard to make the flavor more delicious. In addition, Be Be is also an  amazing ingredient used in the noodle broth. Be Be can be found during the whole year and it is not expensive at all. You can buy dried Be Be as a gift for your family.

5. 1-day Dried Squids (Mực Một Nắng)

source: Cô Ba Bình Dương

In Co To island, the Squids season is from April to July. After being caught, the flesh squids will be processed properly, and then dried under the sun for the whole day. One thing special is that, the environment in Co To actually makes these dried squids unique, with a sweet taste, tough but soft feeling.

V. How to Get to Co To Island?

From Hanoi, you’ll have to go through 2 stages:

Stage 1: From Hanoi Cai Rong port: The distance is more than 200km, travel time is 4-5 hours.

Stage 2: From Cai Rong Port Co To Island: Distance is about 50km, travel time is from 1.5 to 2 hours.

1) Hanoi Cai Rong port 1.1. By Bus

From My Dinh bus station (you can take a taxi here first), bus trips to Cam Pha and Cua Ong are frequent, you only have to wait for 15-30 minutes for a new bus to come. The best buses are Kumho Viet Thanh and Hoang Long (new 45-seat car) or other options such as Phuc Xuyen, Viet Thanh, Duc Phuc (24-seater car). Time from Hanoi to Cua Ong is about 4 hours, the fare is from 120,000 VND 150,000 VND / time / per person (~$8).

If you stop at Van Don intersection, take a local bus labeled “Cai Rong” to go to Van Don post office. From this location, it is only about 1.5km to reach Cai Rong port; you can walk to the port yourself.

If the bus arrives at Cam Pha bus station, it would be about 20km far from Cai Rong port. You can then call a taxi to get there, the price will stay around 250.000VND (~$11).

1.2. By car

To be more flexible, you can take the Limousine Car directly from Hanoi to Cai Rong port. The price is about 180,000 VND 280,000 VND/turn per person. Some good Limousine brands here are: Co To Limousine, Hoang Phuong Limousine … You can check out their website and call them directly to book a seat.

2) Cai Rong Port Co To Island

There are two means to move to Co To Island for you to choose: speed boat or wooden boat. The high-speed train shortens the time while the wooden train is suitable to save money, and this is also an opportunity to admire the beautiful Bai Tu Long Bay scenery.

2.1. High speed train

90 minutes/trip

Ticket prices: 180.0000-200.000 VND / time / person

Specific train hours:

Van Don Co To: departs during 6AM to 4:30PM (schedule varies according to different train lines)

Co To Van Don: departs during 5:30AM, to 4:30PM (schedule varies according to different train lines)

Some Co To high-speed train lines:

Havaco (Cai Rong: 0964 655 818 Co To: 0983 500 518)

Quang Minh (0203 3793 793 0973 755 222 0984 727 333)

Manh Quang (0985 669 276 0985 351 833)

Hoang Vy (0203 3877 889 0913 072 072 0975 877 889)

Phuc Thinh (0203 6568686)

2.2. Wooden train

Departure schedule:

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday: 2 trips/day (departs at 6:30AM and 1:30PM)

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 1 trip/day, departs in the morning at 6:30AM

Price: 95.000 110,000 VND / time / person

Travel time: 150 minutes

Some wooden trains go to Co To:

Minh Dat (0978 121 376)

Minh Ngoc (0987 986 800 0986 123 965) …

IV. Extra Tips

Covering an area of 50km2 or so, Co To island is rather small, so you can reach the nearest and the major beach on foot. To go further, rent a scooter/motorcycle or bicycle right in your guest house/hotel. There is also a small petrol station outside the city port for you to charge the fuel.

If you stay in large hotels, they also serve some small open minibuses that take you to the hotel and the beach with a small fee.

Google Maps is applicable for moving (especially by motorbike) on the island. Though there will be some unmaintained mini paths, overall, using a motorbike to move on the island is the best option.

Đăng bởi: Hiệp Nguyễn Công

Từ khoá: Co To Island, Quang Ninh, Vietnam

How To Build The Ultimate Vietnam Road Trip

Ha Giang’s minority tribes market fair. Photo by: Quinny

Ask any local how to get the most authentic experience when traveling in this country, and you’ll get a common answer:

“Go on a road trip in Vietnam!”

I want you to travel Vietnam like a local as I did, so in this blog, I will share some of my takeaways and lessons from this journey of a lifetime I undertook with a travel partner, a 3000 km Vietnam road trip.

Tip #1: Have a trip outline in mind

Day 18: The sun sets on Hoang Su Phi in Ha Giang. Photo by Quinny

Having a great plan is a must.

Knowing what to expect from the journey will help you feel more satisfied and sure of your journey. You may spend a lot of time and quite a bit of savings on it, so it’s important to make good use of your resources.

Take it from me: after a couple of journeys without clear aims, I changed my approach and was lucky enough to realize this before making this Vietnam road trip.

Tip #2: Save & plan carefully

Day 21: Having drinks in Ha Giang’s market. Photo by Quinny

The next step is to save money for the trip. For me, I started saving half a year ahead. Here are some tips when it comes to planning.

Travel at a time that makes sense for your itinerary

Typically, road trips in Vietnam take place in the March to late September timeframe.

During this time, the weather is typically dry and the temperature is pleasant enough to be on a motorcycle for long hours. Scenery will also be at its most beautiful state in the time. There will also be abundant local fruits and food available during this time of the year.

If you’re willing to tolerate rain or have time constraints that don’t permit travel during this time, ask Google to see what will be available outside of this window. You may be rewarded for going off the beaten path.

Tip #3: Choose Destinations Based on You

Do some research to find the most suitable places for you in Vietnam based what you’d like to see and when you can go.

Look for important cultural landmarks but don’t skip a review of a fun things to do in those areas! You can find some suggestions here for the top 20 best Vietnam destinations.

Day 3: Visit Binh Ba Island. Photo by Quinny

Tip #4: Find trusted places to hire good, trustworthy motorbikes

This is a step that will assure you peace of mind during the whole journey. If your vehicle doesn’t work well, you will feel insecure and unsafe throughout the journey.

You may have to leave an ID or money to rent a vehicle. When you return the bikes or car to them, your deposit money and papers will be returned. Some rental agencies have branches across Vietnam, so you can return the vehicles in any of their locations without needing to send it back yourself or ride the motorbike back to the initial rental place.

My travel partner is vibing. Photo by Quinny

Tip #5: Don’t Stress on the Schedule! Relax

An old cliché: “ Happiness isn’t any destination, but rather be the journey.” After the long trip, I realized those words are so true.

Sometimes, my traveling partner and I are too focused on making it to the destination in time without remembering to enjoy the sensations and experiences of being on the road.

Determine a reasonable daily traveling distance

For me, it was about 200 km per day.

This is an average, flexible figure with two people riding alternately. The trip should be enjoyable, not exhausting due to overwork. Setting the bar too high can lead to sleepiness, and that’s no good on a motorcycle.

Note that if you picked the route that goes through the mountain area, it might take you much more time and effort to go through the same distance, compared to a flat road.

Pick your perfect road

From one destination to another, there are going to be a couple of routes for you to pick. If you love to get straight to the destination, the A1 or AH1 highways (depending on the areas, the names could be different on the map).

On the other hand, if you want to experience local life, pick a smaller, slightly longer road into towns and villages. I can assure you that the local hospitality will be worth the extra effort you put in.

Relax, and enjoy the ride.

Find places to stop and rest at the end of the day

Please note that not everywhere has the proper accommodation for you to stay the night, especially if you plan to go to remote areas or want to go to a destination with more nature and less development.

In big cities and towns, you can book rooms months ahead of your trips. However, when it comes to small towns, Google Maps might be find accommodation for tourists but may not include all hotels or rented rooms.

A motorcycle tour can bring you not only lots of freedom but also risks at the same time, especially driving in unfamiliar places after dark. It’s a good practice to know ahead of time where you can stop for the night so you’re not stranded in an unfamiliar location with no place to stay.

Tip #4: Stop Often, Take an Unplanned Turn, Wander

Lovely granny, I met on the road. Photo by Quinny

If you suddenly spot some exciting side destinations, don’t hesitate to stop by or change your plans. The unexpected things that come with your road trip are what will make it exciting.

Thanks this, I had the chance to see beautiful spots that probably few tourists know, places you wouldn’t see on any travel review articles.

Asking locals about must-see spots in the area is also a good idea. Vietnamese are so open and enthusiastic at helping others, especially tourists. By doing that, you might also make some new local friends on your Vietnam road trip.

Tip #5: Rest, Eat and Drink Properly

To guarantee a great experience, don’t take these things for granted.

Sometimes, the energy you get from adrenaline when riding can ease the hunger and the feel of eating, but so many yummy local dishes are waiting for you wherever you are in Vietnam.  Therefore, enjoying local cuisine is not only what makes this trip memorable, but it’s also a key part of taking care of yourself while on the road.

Still, be careful with food safety because you don’t want to ride your motorbike with an ill stomach.

Day 13: Stopping in the countryside in Quang Binh. Photo by Quinny

Keep yourself hydrated!

Vietnam is a tropical country, which means the temperature is usually quite high, and the sun drains water from your body fast. It’s a good habit to stop by small, local cafes along the way. Usually, locals sell coconut water and cane juice as well as Vietnamese traditional coffee. Stop to hydrate yourself, do some stretching, and chat with locals.

Those cafes also provide hammocks for travelers who need a quick nap to recharged for the upcoming miles ahead.

Tip #6: Don’t Let a Vegetarian Diet Stop You from Trying Local Cuisine

Vegetarian? No problem at all!

Day 19: We sat with an old man in Hanoi selling sweet soup, tobacco & green tea. Photo by Quinny

However, these restaurants may be hard to find ahead of time. My tip here is to ask the locals if nothing comes up on Google. Remember the keyword “quan chay” (which means “Vegetarian restaurant”) or “com chay” (which means “Vegetarian dishes”) would be helpful.

Tip #7: Ask for help when needed

If unfortunate things happen on the road like a flat tire or an empty gas tank, don’t hesitate to seek help. Local people will do whatever they can to help you!

I once got a flat tire in the middle of a remote area located in the west Highland where there was no one living within a 30 km radius. Although we did bring tools to fix the tire, we couldn’t figure it out after 15 mins trying. So we stood on the side road and asked for help from any passing travelers. Since this was a remote area, not many people passed by. Luckily, one young man stopped and fixed the tire for us without asking for anything in reward. We also exchanged contacts and accepted the invitation to visit his farm if we got any chance to go back to this area.

Tip #8: Focus on the Offline!

Day 5: Sun breaking through clouds in Da Lat. Photo by Quinny

Many of my friends who constantly updated their social media on their trip shared with me that, looking back, they should have spent more time enjoying the moment rather than focusing too much on taking pictures, recording the scenes, and posting them online. Studies also show that your memory about a place will be more detailed and last longer if you focus more on experiencing nature rather than your phone.

My trip itinerary

My Vietnam road trip was approximately 3,000 km and lasted 20 days starting from Ho Chi Minh City and going up to Tay Nguyen (the west Highland), to the central coast of Vietnam, then straight to Hanoi.

In Hanoi, I stopped my road trip and hopped on a bus to Ha Giang due to my limited traveling time, which didn’t allow me to ride my motorbike to the northern frontier. This route alone from Hanoi to Ha Giang would take up to 10 days if you sincerely want to discover and enjoy the area.

Day 1-2: Ho Chi Minh City – Vung Tau – Mui Ne.

Day 3-4:  Binh Ba Island – Cam Ranh

Day 5-6: Da Lat

Day 7: Gia Lai

Day 8: Buon Me Thuot

Day 9: Qui Nhon

Day 10: Phu Yen- Quy Nhon

Day 11: Tam Ky- Da Nang – Hue

Day 12:  Khe Sanh- Lao Bao

Day 13-15: Quang Binh

Day 16-17: Ninh Binh

Day 18-20: Hoa Binh- Thai Nguyen- Hanoi

Day 21-24: Ha Giang

Day 25-28: Cat Ba Island

In some places like Quy Nhon, Quang Binh, Ninh Binh, Ha Giang & Cat Ba, I chose to stay two or three days to experience those magnificent destinations to the fullest. Those destinations are packed with national parks, well preserved sights, and great deals of local hospitality.

Day 3: Taking an exciting bumpy ride on Binh Ba Island. Photo by Quinny

The bottom line

My travel partner wrote some words on his social media after those 20 days of traveling. I offer them to you here to help you decide whether or not to go on your own Vietnam road trip.

“HCMC – Hanoi 28.05.2024. 20 days. Around 3000 km. Some of the most amazing things: Traveling with someone I never met before, who didn’t assassinate me and sell my organs during the trip. Seeing buffalo pee on the road. Passing many long containers on highways, mountain byways with one mistake which nearly put our life at risk. Been thru darkness, heavy rain, thunder, UV 11. Screaming fuck, fuck, fuck loudly on the road when my friend drove 70km/h. Doing squats in front of the locals to battle against potholes. Hearing Vietnamese indigenous languages. Learning about physics, names of flowers, Feng Shui, chemistry, what the health, history of Vietnam from my driving partner. Exceeding my driving speed (40km/h to 60,70km/h) from day 12. Climbing competition with a goat that shit a lot on its way. Paying for random toilets with a smile. Calling mom twice a day to tell her I was alive. Braking abruptly on the road three times to save lives of other clown drivers. Using two-third of my saving money. Swimming in many non-touristy beaches. Witnessing the beauty and mysteries of Quang Binh & Ninh Binh caves. Wandering on the sand in a loader bucket of a tractor. Being in the present.

Next goal: + Conquering the four great mountain passes in northwest Vietnam.

+ Visiting all of the western provinces in Vietnam.”

Now, it’s time start to plan your Vietnam road trip, my dear friends!

See you soon!

Đăng bởi: Vũ Nguyệt

Từ khoá: How to Build the Ultimate Vietnam Road Trip

Vietnam By Bus Or Train – How To Plan & Book

If you plan to travel by bus or train in Vietnam, some things will be a bit different to what you may be used to if you’re from a Western country.

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But even though the level of comfort may not always be the highest possible, traveling around Vietnam by public transport is fairly easy.

Vietnam has a great bus network and the Reunification Express railway that runs from Hanoi to Saigon lets you easily cover a lot of distance.

Long distance bus in Vietnam

Do keep in mind that local buses can be slow and most night buses have awkward bunk beds with not much leg space. I’ll share more details below on what exactly to expect.

Sometimes it’s worth spending a bit more on a 1st class train ticket or ‘VIP’ bus service for a bit more comfort if you have the budget.

How to book buses in Vietnam

Bus and minivan services in Vietnam are run by hundreds of different companies. This means timetables are not always complete and not every bus can be booked online.

However, more and more bus routes can now be booked easily online, such as through the platform 12Go Asia.

Powered by 12Go system

Another common way is to book transportation via your hotel or hostel reception or at any of the small ticket agents that you’ll inevitably find anywhere that tourists go.

It is very typical to find small local travel agencies all over Vietnam, so many travelers simply get their tickets from these shops. These agencies sometimes let you get tickets for services that are not available online. However, they may sometimes also charge a larger commission.

Typical Vietnam travel agents

Do keep in mind there is no centralized booking system in Vietnam.

The sites offering online booking basically have to set up lots of separate partnerships with some of the hundreds of bus operators. When you book on their sites, they often still have to manually call the bus operators to confirm. Unless it specifically says ‘instant confirmation’, you may have to wait a few hours to receive the actual ticket.

So, if you get a notification saying the booking is not yet confirmed, don’t worry as almost always you get a confirmation fairly soon (unless maybe you make a booking in the middle of the night).

There are several ways to book buses in Vietnam:

Buy tickets directly at bus stations

Book at a local travel agency

Use online booking sites (recommended)

The best booking sites for buses, trains, ferries, or minivans in Vietnam are:

How to book trains in Vietnam

The trains in Vietnam do have a central booking system these days, making it very easy to book them. In fact, you can now only book trains online.

Trains are slower and somewhat more expensive than buses but, if you ask me, they’re also much more comfortable. I’ve caught far more sleep on night trains than on any of the buses.

They’re also a cool way to travel!

Reunification Express

After booking your ticket you’ll be sent a PDF document with a QR code and your carriage and seat number. You can simply show this on your phone to the attendant. Every carriage has its own attendant, so there’s always someone to help you find your seat.

You can book trains in Vietnam with Vietnam Railways but only using Vietnamese payment methods. For foreigners, it’s easiest to book with sites like 12Go Asia or Baolao (which charge a 40,000 dong commission).

It’s best to book trains at least one or two days ahead of time, as they do fill up pretty quickly.

There are no hop-on-hop-off tickets for the train. If you’re going south to north or the other way around, you’ll have to buy individual tickets for each part of your journey.

Typical standard class night bus

What about night trains & buses?

Because Vietnam is a large country (it’s taller than West Coast USA) and since key tourist sites are spread around the north, center, and south, many travelers choose to travel overland at night, saving some time and potentially money not spent on accommodation.

I think traveling at night in Vietnam is often worth it. It’s very common for backpackers in Vietnam to travel overnight, making use of night buses as well as the Reunification Express running from Hanoi to Saigon which offers a range of sleeper carriages.

Normal night buses: Vietnamese night buses typically have three rows of bunk beds stacked two levels high. The beds have a plastic casing around them which is quite restrictive especially if you are tall. There are usually no toilets, so the bus has to take regular toilet breaks that interrupt the journey. At the back, there is usually a large flat bed space that will accommodate about four people. At first these may seem like prized spots, but the lack of barriers will make you move constantly and may lead to involuntary spooning of some unwashed stranger.

What I’m saying here is that the regular night buses aren’t all that great. But… they’ll get you there.

VIP/luxury night buses: Unless you’re traveling on a tight budget, be sure to keep an eye out for any upgraded ‘VIP’ buses, which operate between only some destinations. I took one of these from Hanoi to Ha Giang, for example. For just $8 more I got myself a private cabin with a comfy massage bed, USB chargers, snacks, A/C, and more. I thought this was absolutely worth it.

Night trains: There is a choice of various classes of seats and beds on the Reunification Express. The 2nd class berths have 6 beds in them. They’re quite cramped and there’s not enough room to sit upright. They also might have people sleeping on stretchers in the hallway outside and I’ve also seen certain six-legged insects crawling around the 2nd class carriages (sorry… I thought you should know). The 1st class (soft sleeper) carriages have 4 beds and are a lot more comfortable and clean. 2nd class is probably fine for a budget backpacker, but the 1st class upgrade is worth it if you can spare just a bit of extra dong.

Bus to Sapa in the mountanous north

Hop-on-hop-off bus tickets

There are several operators selling hop-on-hop-off bus passes for Vietnam. This means you can travel the full length of the country (between Hanoi and Saigon) on one ticket while going in one direction, i.e. north or southbound.

Sounds convenient, right? Well, they might not always be worth it.

My travel buddies in Vietnam who used these tickets got quite frustrated with the limitations, as you’re reduced to using only one bus company and timetable. They were unable to switch to trains or minivans for particular legs of the journey where these would have been more convenient. So, hop-on-hop-off tickets can reduce your flexibility a lot.

I’ve always chosen to book my transportation one step at a time. Even if the hop-on-hop-off ticket is slightly cheaper overall, it’s not so great to have to lock yourself in. In my opinion, this makes them not really worth it.

Motorbiking in Vietnam

Although I love traveling Vietnam by bus and train, arguably the best way to explore Vietnam is by motorbike! The feeling of freedom you’ll get is amazing. You’ll also be able to go off the usual travel circuit, getting you much closer to the real country of Vietnam.

Many consider Vietnam among the best motorbiking countries in Southeast Asia. If you can ride a bike or scooter and want to know more, be sure to check out our in-depth guide to motorbiking Vietnam.

Đăng bởi: Lập Hà

Từ khoá: Vietnam By Bus Or Train – How To Plan & Book

Phương Trình Na + Cr(Co)6 → Co + Na2

Trong hóa học, khái niệm mol được dùng để đo lượng chất có chứa 6,022.10²³ số hạt đơn vị nguyên tử hoặc phân tử chất đó. Số 6,02214129×10²³ – được gọi là hằng số Avogadro.

Độ âm điện là đại lượng đặc trưng định lượng cho khả năng của một nguyên tử trong phân tử hút electron (liên kết) về phía mình.

Kim loại (tiếng Hy Lạp là metallon) là nguyên tố có thể tạo ra các ion dương (cation) và có các liên kết kim loại, và đôi khi người ta cho rằng nó tương tự như là cation trong đám mây các điện tử.

Nguyên tử là hạt nhỏ nhất của nguyên tố hóa học không thể chia nhỏ hơn được nữa về mặt hóa học.

Phi kim là những nguyên tố hóa học dễ nhận electron; ngoại trừ hiđrô, phi kim nằm bên phải bảng tuần hoàn.

Yen Hon Noi Island, A ‘Unique’ Double Beach That Cannot Be Missed When Traveling To Nha Trang

Nha Trang is one of the famous tourist cities because of its beautiful natural scenery, wanting mountains to have mountains, wanting the sea to have the sea. Recently, this city has become more and more popular after the image of a unique double beach, 1-0-2 in Vietnam. Many tourists have to admit that the white sand beach scene between two beautiful blue beaches is not inferior to famous beaches abroad.

Yen Island – Hon Noi, where is the “unique” double beach?

Double beach, also known as Hon Noi beach, belongs to Yen island and is about 25km from Da bridge. Therefore, to explore this unique beach, visitors have to travel by boat or canoe from the mainland to the island for about 1 hour.

Yen Hon Noi Island, a “unique” double beach that cannot be missed when traveling to Nha Trang.

Double beach attracts many tourists to visit.

The highlight in Hon Noi and usurping the famous beaches of Nha Trang is because of its uniqueness. As the name suggests, the beach is divided into two and separated by a long stretch of fine white sand. If Diep Son is likened to a paradise in the middle of the sea, the double beach also has a wild beauty that is not inferior. Therefore, in recent times, Hon Noi double beach has quickly become a favorite destination for nature lovers and explorers.

The beach is divided into two and separated by fine white sand.

The ideal time to explore the double beach

Similar to many islands in the Central region, the period from October onwards is the beginning of the stormy season. Therefore, the ideal time to explore the double beach is from March to September. This is the time when there are no storms, warm weather, mild sunshine, convenient for traveling by boat. as well as having fun on the island. In addition, this is also the time when the nests are harvested, so you can see how the staff here harvest and clean the nests interestingly.

The ideal time to visit Hon Noi is from March to September.

How to get to Yen Island – Hon Noi

Currently, the double beach is under the management of a private company, so visitors cannot travel on their own. However, you can absolutely book a tour of the island and go back in the day. There are 2 ways to move to the island: wooden boat and speedboat.

– For wooden boats, the journey takes more than an hour and the price ranges from 500,000 VND/person.

– For cana, the journey takes about 30 minutes and the price ranges from 800,000 VND/person.

If seasick, choose to travel by speedboat.

Double beach, paradise loaded with “vitamin sea” in the summer

When arriving in Hon Noi, you will visit the swiftlet cave and explore the colorful coral reefs by a modern glass bottom boat. Even, without going too far and deep, you can also dive to see the corals right near the shore. Losing yourself in the cool water, just with a light hand, you can touch the beautiful coral will be a memorable experience in your trip to Nha Trang.

Long stretch of fine white sand.

One side of the beach has warm water, the other side has cool water.

In addition, the most impressive point of this destination is the “unique” double beach given to Hon Noi by mother nature. The double beach shares a long stretch of fine white sand, one side has warm water, the other has cool water. The water at both beaches is so clear that you can see through to the bottom. After bathing to your heart’s content, you can rest in thatched huts to relax, watching the beautiful sea view around.

Don’t forget to apply sunscreen when visiting the island!

If you are an explorer, do not forget to visit Du Ha mountain to admire the whole view from above of the double beach. This is a mountain 90m above sea level and has steep stairs, promising to become an impressive background for your photos. After visiting Hon Noi, you can move to other beautiful islands in Nha Trang such as: Hon Sam, Hon Ngoai, Hon Tre, Hon Lieu, Hon Tam… All these beaches are has unspoiled beauty, charm and will definitely make your journey to discover Nha Trang a memorable one!

The wooden bridge climbs the side of the mountain.

Conquer the top of Ha Du mountain to see the double beach from above.

Experience visiting the double beach

– Currently, the double beach only accepts guests by tour, not by chartering a boat or canoe for self-sufficient travel.

– If seasick, choose to travel by speedboat. Although the price is higher than the wooden train, the travel time is only half as short.

– Please prepare hats, power banks, bikini… to be ready to record memorable moments here. Of course, don’t forget sunscreen if you don’t want to have a sunburned, burning skin after returning home.

– Double beach has many interesting activities to choose from such as: kayaking, snorkeling, visiting Yen cave… Please contact the tour guide for the exact schedule before visiting. Please!

“Vitamin sea” paradise is here.

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Đăng bởi: Phạm Thị Minh Nguyên

Từ khoá: Yen Hon Noi Island, a ‘unique’ double beach that cannot be missed when traveling to Nha Trang

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Trong hóa học, khái niệm mol được dùng để đo lượng chất có chứa 6,022.10²³ số hạt đơn vị nguyên tử hoặc phân tử chất đó. Số 6,02214129×10²³ – được gọi là hằng số Avogadro.

Độ âm điện là đại lượng đặc trưng định lượng cho khả năng của một nguyên tử trong phân tử hút electron (liên kết) về phía mình.

Kim loại (tiếng Hy Lạp là metallon) là nguyên tố có thể tạo ra các ion dương (cation) và có các liên kết kim loại, và đôi khi người ta cho rằng nó tương tự như là cation trong đám mây các điện tử.

Nguyên tử là hạt nhỏ nhất của nguyên tố hóa học không thể chia nhỏ hơn được nữa về mặt hóa học.

Phi kim là những nguyên tố hóa học dễ nhận electron; ngoại trừ hiđrô, phi kim nằm bên phải bảng tuần hoàn.

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