I have seen a lot of pastel-coloured sunsets on the Internet and I never really thought that I would see it in real life. Well, that was all changed when I visited Halong Bay and Bai Tu Long Bay in Vietnam. Halong Bay is located in the northeast of the country and it was first listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. The Bay features around 1,600 islands and islets of limestone karsts in various shapes and sizes. I visited mainly Bai Tu Long Bay, which belongs to the northeast side of Ha long Bay. On the way to Bai Tu Long Bay right before the evening, I was enchanted by how beautiful the skies were during sunset. I was absolutely captivated by the beautiful pastel colours in the sky. The hues of pinks and blues were ever so pleasing to the eyes. The fresh salty air gently brushed pass against me as the cruise slowly meander its way through the surrounding beautiful scenic wonders. I could not help but let out a deep sigh of awe and wonder. The photographs here do not represent the complete picture of the magnificent beauty of the pastel sunset in Halong Bay but can only offer a small glimpse of it. I hope these photographs will give you a sense of the loveliness of Halong Bay and can entice you to visit this natural wonder.
As for now, Happy Jetsetting! ✈
Looking out at the view from the round windows at my bedroom
Hi Jetsetters, welcome to my blogisphere. I am Esther, your guide for today! I hope you will enjoy this tour of my visual travel diary.
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