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The Paradise Cruises Experience is an immersion in culture, heritage and natural beauty of one of the most enchanting destinations in the world. Follow us on a journey rich in local color, luxurious surroundings, gracious services and discover the art of Paradise Cruises...

The luxury junk named Valentine begins its first voyage in early Oct 2007. With well-appointed spacious cabin, tasteful decoration and unique design, we are sure that the junk will bring all guests excellent experience...
 

The Halong Emotion Cruise features of 28 air conditioned cabins, with private bathrooms and facilities. The cruise is just like a floating boutique style hotel.
 

Launched in July 2008, Halong Emotion is one of the largest cruises in Halong Bay. It combines charm and great comfort to meet the growing demand of travelers looking for luxurious cruises in Halong Bay...
 

In 1910 a paddle steamer called the Emeraude was offering unforgettable cruises in Halong Bay for visitors to what was then French Indochina. The Emeraude was part of a flotilla owned by the Roque family who had left Bordeaux in 1858 in search of adventure and fortune. Over a period of more than 50 years they found both.

In 1910 a paddle steamer called the Emeraude was offering unforgettable cruises in Halong Bay for visitors to what was then French Indochina. The Emeraude was part of a flotilla owned by the Roque family who had left Bordeaux in 1858 in search of adventure and fortune.
 

While all those who visit Halong Bay are charmed by the archipelago’s beauty, few visitors are aware that the three-thousand islands that dot this bay are home to many rare plants, including species found nowhere else in the world. We chose our boat’s name Halong Ginger because...
 

Discover the splendors of Halong Bay aboard the Halong Ginger, a wooden junk that combines classic beauty with modern comfort. Measuring 38 meters (125 feet) in length, this newly built...
 

Halong Bay Cruise ship Bhaya was inspired by the majestic luxury of the ships used by Vietnam's Imperial Emporers. To ease themselves of the lofty worries of imperial reign and the constant plotting and counter-plotting of the imperial court, Vietnam's Emporers would seek the isolated safety and seclusion of their imperial vessels.

Halong Bay is a spectacular natural wonder. The dramatic scenery dotted with islets makes this an excellent semi-sheltered, open water location for kayaking. Bhaya combines oriental style with contemporary luxury...
 

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