Cua Van Fishing Village ranked in top 16 beautiful coastlines

Travel & Leisure Magazine has announced a list of 16 most beautiful coastal destinations in the world. In the ninth position in the list is Cua Van Fishing Village (Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam). According to the description of Travel & Leisure Magazine, these destinations in the list must have the perfect beauty in every picture frame. People often think about carefree moments with the feeling of being lost in the world of crystal and blue ocean seemingly endless stretching when thinking about the sea. And maybe this is a reason for the significantly increasing number of tourists choosing coastline as their destination.

Cua Van Floating Fishing Village is located in the heart of the world natural heritage – Halong Bay. Cua Van Fishing Village belongs to Hung Thang Ward, Halong City, Quang Ninh Province. Most of the residence engaged in fishing and aquaculture and live in raft houses made from wooden planks.

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Morning in Cua Van Fishing Village

Morning is the best time to visit Cua Van Fishing Village. Like other fishing villages, when the Bay is still dim and shrouded in mist, inhabitants here often wake up. At that time, night fishing boats return with full of fishes, then locals are rushing to collect fishes to sold in local markets. The atmosphere is pretty bustling and crowded. Unlike the morning, when the sun rises, seascapes on the Bay appear so breathtaking and pretty with images of bustling fishing villages where many local boats are moving to transfer students to schools and tourists to visit and explore the village and Halong Bay.

When the night falls down, tourists will leisurely kayak around the village, go squid fishing off the coast, trawl with fishermen, , and soak up in activities of the fishermen. Following the footsteps of guiding womens in the fishing village, tourists can joyfully plays with waters, or contemplate funny shapes moving on the rocks. Tourists can have a special feeling when they manually catch fish and shrimps in nets and process and enjoy it by your own hand.

Visitors can try going squid fishing at night, which is recommend by many travelers when visiting the village. In particular, on some festival occasions, tourists will have a chance to hear enjoy “hat gheo”, “hat cheo duong” (a type of traditional performing with many folk songs in Halong Bay). Not only immerse in a peaceful and charming ambiance but tourists also have an opportunity to understand about the life of a typical fishing village in Vietnam.

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