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Hon Ga Choi Island

246 Reviews

Hon Ga Choi Island

246 Reviews
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Tas G wrote a review Dec. 2019
Athens, Greece1,023 contributions216 helpful votes
Is another amazing nature formation which also appeared in the Vietnamese banknot of 200.000 VND but unfortunately ruined of the dozen boats squizzed to make a photo
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Date of experience: December 2019
Rawley L wrote a review Oct. 2019
Reykjavik, Iceland4 contributions
Right after going to the Thien Cung Caves, we tour boat went on a 1.5 hour drive through the Halong bay together with the excursion of ours. You will find a place around 3,000 limestone rock islets in this particular bay to see. Incredible TO SEE AND EXPERIENCE! The Kissing Chickens are only among oodles you'll see. You won't have the ability to avoid filming photos with these. We enjoyed every single new curve, space, and perspective of every one of the islets we saw. I suggest going over a late afternoon boat since it's among the very best times for capturing pictures. BOTTOM LINE: Do not forget about the camera of yours! The Kissing Chicken Rock (Hon Ga Choi) formation is entertaining to find out and take pictures of. If you arrive at the other side, it appears to be different. Should SEE AREA when visiting Cai Lan. Go on an extended cruise trip to find out just as much of this particular part as you are able to. INCREDIBLE! The RATING of mine: 10/10.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Samuel Piette wrote a review Oct. 2019
Toronto, Canada54 contributions2 helpful votes
A rock formation that have a chicken-shaped, standing on the boat and seeing it in many perspectives, it's quite interesting that it actually look like a couple of chicken right in the middle of the bay
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Date of experience: May 2019
Tracey G wrote a review Oct. 2019
Halesowen, United Kingdom1,899 contributions300 helpful votes
A rock formation looking like a chicken. Boats don’t stop just pass by. Just have your camera ready. More impressive from further away
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Date of experience: October 2019
Chris wrote a review Jul. 2019
St Albans, United Kingdom4,406 contributions827 helpful votes
Hon Ga Choi Island, or The Fighting Cocks in English, is the symbol of Ha Long bay. The islands do slightly resemble chickens and if you know a bit about South East Asia, something slight enough is slight enough to make a tourist attraction out of it. Our boat didn’t stop but motored up long enough for us to take a few pictures. It’s included in most of the tours so snap a few pics and head back inside the boat for a beer.
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Date of experience: July 2019