Yet again a once beautiful natural attraction is over run with pushy, rude, unappreciative tourists. I had to wonder what any of it might have looked like before it was ruined by pollution and too much touching.
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We visited Sung Sot cave as one of the great parts during 2d/1n tour around Halong Bay. And an overnight cruise tour was booked via HALONG SAPA EXPERTS site agent was amazing !
Sung Sot Cave also called Cave of Surprises is the most famous cave on Ha Long Bay, it is the scheduled stop for most of the tourist boats, what this means is its super crowded. The grotto has a 500-meter paved passage for tourists and...More
Sung Sot Cave is a popular tour stop in Ha Long Bay. Well worth it. There’s a small staircase climb to get up to the main entrance (not steep). The cave is wide open and well lit inside. No worries about claustrophobia. Enjoy this natural...More
Really large well lit cave with lots of interesting rock formations. Some steep steps up initially but easier than you think with sturdy rails to help those less able. Walking through the cave is extremely easy as it is a paved even route throughout. Really...More
We visited Bon Ho island as part of our overnight cruise with Paradise Cruises in Ha Long Bay. One of 1,709-2,000 islands in the bay Bon Ho’s claim to fame was its giant cavern, Sun Sot. The French apparently named it the “grotte des surprises”...More
Incredible space which has sadly been slightly damaged and changed by the volume of tourists and some unsympathetically positioned lights and walkways. Maybe 10,000 tourists must pass through here daily, this means it’s never quiet, nevertheless it is a stunning location and setting. remember to...More