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"Paradise in the bay"

lanhnguyen
Submitted by: lanhnguyen Length of trip: The weekend
Trip taken: January 2008 No. of people on trip: 1 person

Locations visited:

Far East and Asia: Vietnam

Trip Features:
Beach and Nature: Bird Watching, Beach

lanhnguyen took this trip with her Immediate family and also recommends this trip for those traveling with their:
> Guy Friends
> Significant other/Spouse
> Girlfriends
> Group of friends

The cost category of this trip was: moderate

TRIP DESCRIPTION

“The bay of the descending the dragons” is always a fascinating choice for every tourist and family taking a vacation. To make this trip more attractive you can choose the five – star Paradise Cruises. These are high – class cruises that operate around the bay serving the needs of the customers in a professional and sophisticated manner. Cool cocktails and friendly smiles await you at the reception area of Paradise Cruise in Tuan Chau Island. It must be mentioned that Paradise Cruise is the only cruise company that has its own wharf for gathering tourist together before the cruise. The three – storey cruise ship juxtaposed at the harbor welcomes beloved guests who suddenly feel excited and enthusiastic about the trip. In the near future, at this wharf, there will be serve customers, providing a high quality service. “We are doing much to draw visitors not only to come the first time but return again and again, Halong Bay has been acknowledged as one of World’s Natural Wonders and of the most popular tourist spots in Vietnam. “Paradise Cruises are willing to accomplish the mission of offering a brand new, different standard of service, and unique experience to Halong tourism.’ Said Mr. Dao Trong Tuyen, General Director of Paradise Cruises.

At exactly 12.30pm, the Paradise Cruise sets off to discover Halong bay bringing many new surprises. Quite different from previous hurried trips lasting for 4 – 5 hours, this time we spent a cozy happy night together in a “Floating 5 Star boutique hotel”. Do such precious moments enhance living quality in the middle if busy and chaotic life? Is anything more enjoyable than worming your way along pearls and gems of the Holy Dragon bay, watching imposing honey sunlight, children stood on the deck, enjoying the seascape or sunbathed on the deck, reading or listening to music, while their parents enjoyed tasting a glass of red wine on the top floor bar. Just like its name depicts – Paradise Cruises, is a paradise on the sea that offers different ways to contemplate and take in the breathtaking magnificent seascape surroundings. Spacious cabins combined with a balcony are indicative of the toughest customers must be pleased with the sophisticated interior decoration, expelling a home away from home feeling. Furthermore, Paradise Cruise also offers relaxing methods such as spa with hot stones and Jacuzzi with rose or lavender perfume. Thus the more satisfied the customer gets the more professional and enthusiastic and enthusiastic the staff will serve. Paradise Cruise is one of the rare high – class cruises which are administered by a group of professional and experienced foreign manager and staff. Thanks to Lucas – a young French guy who is our cruise manager, communication between host and guest is warm and intimate. As a translator speaking English, French and Spanish, Lucas has inspired foreign tourists to try spring – roll. After partaking in the sumptuous dinner quest can wash down their food with sips of traditional rice wine served by Lucas. Everyone was excited about the Vietnamese Everyone was excited about the Vietnamese wine – tasting custom “One…Two…Three…Zoh!”

Unexpectedly, I felt an absolutely relaxing feeling come over the entire tourist on Paradise Cruise 6999. As we were screaming out aloud “zoh!” like a local person, we were all one together, enjoying the moment forgetting who we were, laughed like children in the peaceful air of adventurous you could try going squid early in the morning on the deck, and enjoy being pampered by the always smiling staff.

24 hours traveling on the sea passed by too quickly. There were only some tens of minutes left before we reached back to the wharf. I wished in my mind that the other quest would never forget the charming heaving sails dotted amongst the thousands of islands and up high, and waves keep on rolling gently, timelessly as they have for a trillion years in the Holy Dragon bay. That is what provides a special and unforgettable memory for tourists who come to the paradise that is Ha Long Bay

This article written by Lanh Nguyen from Vietnam Heritage Travel

For original article, please visit:

http://vietnamheritagetravel.com/news/latest-news/75-latest-news/1195-paradise-in-the-bay.html

http://hotel-in-halong.com

http://cruise-halong-bay.com


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