Tuan Chau Island and Beach

In 1962, Ho Chi Minh visited Halong Bay and made a stop here for vacation. Nowadays, Tuan Chau Island is one of the most attractive destinations in Halong City. Tuan Chau is in an important position at the entrance of the waterway system of Thang Long, Bach Dang and Van Don and this is why it was formerly a military watch station. The Office of Feudal Customs was also installed there.
The island also has many archaeological sites pertaining to the ancient Halong culture from 3,000 to 5,000 years ago. One can go to Tuan Chau Island via the 2-km cement road from the mainland. Investments have been poured into the island to turn it into a modern tourist resort.

It includes such fascinating extras as the dolphin, sea lion, and seal-performing club, animal circus club, golf court, cultural-sports center, beach, rural market, ornamental fish lake, villas in Hill 1 and Hill 2, guesthouses, five 80-room villas by the beach and can enjoy the Tuan Chau water music park, the first of its kind in Vietnam.

The ensemble of five restaurants and one round house built in the pagoda motif can serve up to 500 guests at the same time. In Tuan Chau, the octagonal house where President Ho Chi Minh rested when he visited Halong now became his memorial site.
About 8km away from the Bai Chay Tourist Wharf  Tuan Chau Beach, it is a sandy artificial beach which stretches over 3km. Heading to the holiday resort in Tuan Chau Island Resort. Besides swimming, tourists can enjoy such fascinating extras as sightseeing, entertainment and sports activities, including climbing or camping in the eco-tourism zone.

Source: VNexplore.com

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