Renowned tourism website The Travel has named UNESCO-recognised World Natural Heritage Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh province among the top 10 greatest places in Asia that travelers must visit at least once in their lifetime.
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Ha Long Bay has been bestowed a Unesco title for nearly 3 decades, but has also faced warnings for failing to maintain the environment.
Ha Long Bay continues to represent a highly popular travel destination in the northern province of Quang Ninh and has therefore been recognised twice as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Lan Ha Bay is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ha Long Bay. It consists of more than 300 limestone islets and is one of the most outstanding destinations on Cat Ba island.
Being an already photo lover and travel enthusiast, Hans spent most of his holidays discovering different corners of the world, including three trips to Vietnam in the 1990s. The German photographer had taken thousands of pictures that captured the various Vietnamese landscapes, daily life, and the local people throughout his trips in the country.
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