Hidden beaches along Ha Long's limestone cliffs

New vantage points provide often otherworldly views over what has already been defined as something truly awe-inspiring.
While Ha Long Bay may be viewed more often from a deck chair, there are ample viewing points in seeing a slightly larger part of the 1500-square kilometres that has been penned in the UNESCO World Heritage site dictionary.
The numerous limestone cliffs (close to 2000 of them), with tropical slices of sand almost floating off into the deep, have often been overlooked for peaceful moments when not dancing gently over the calm bay surface.

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