Titov Island overlooking Vietnam, Ha Long Bay
The floating fishing villages work the shallow waters that support 200 species of fish and 450 different mollusks.
This is a floating fishing village. Ha Long Bay has a community of about 1,600 people who live in four fishing villages: Cửa Vạn, Ba Hang, Cống Tàu and Vông Viêng in Hùng Thắng commune, Hạ Long city. The people live on floating houses and make their living by fishing and by marine aquaculture
In the 1997, the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies, had scenes shot in the Ha Long Bay area.
A ray of sunlight in Thien Cung Cave. Besides the wonderful waterscapes, Halong Bay is also famous for its caves. There are reports the tourists trade is starting to damage some of the caves as people break off stalagmites and stalactites. Other souvenir-hunting tourists have harmed the area by stripping rare corals and seashells from the sea floor
A lifetime experience: Cruising on Halong bay