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Halong tourism in 1990s

Halong tourism in 1990s

Halong tourism in 1990s

Pictures of Ha Long, Bai Chay area taken in 1991 by a German photographer help us better understand the history of this place.
Halong tourism in 1990s
After two ferries (Binh and Rung), the land of Hai Phong was reached. The German photographer visited Quang Ninh in the summer of 1991. At that time, Ha Long City was not born so the center of the province is Hong Gai township.
Halong tourism in 1990s
Bai Chay was one of the most famous beaches in the North at that time, due to its beautiful natural scenery and clear blue sea water. In the 90s, from Bai Chay to Hon Gai one also had to go by ferry for almost 30 minutes.
Halong tourism in 1990s
At that time, the tourism service was just as simple as in this photo, many state organizations sent employees and workers to Bai Chay for holiday every year.
Halong tourism in 1990s
Services at the beach include renting of lifebuoys, swimming suits, photography, fresh water.
Halong tourism in 1990s
In the Bao Cap era (State subsidy), posing for a photo on the beach with a lifebuoy was a popular style.
Halong tourism in 1990s
In 1991, Bai Chay area was still a petroleum port B12, with many large vessels anchored directly on the bay.
Halong tourism in 1990s
Halong bay tour in the 90's did not include meals on board and overnight stay on the bay.
Halong tourism in 1990s
Small wooden boats only took tourists on a stroll around the bay.
Halong tourism in 1990s
Visitors used to come to Dau Go cave, Sung Sot cave and returned, the trip usually lasted in a morning or afternoon.
Halong tourism in 1990s
Ha Long Bay has 1969 large and small islands, of which about 40 are inhabited.
Halong tourism in 1990s
Fishing boats anchored near Bai Chay.
Halong tourism in 1990s
Bai Chay port in 1991, cruise ships and fishing vessels has the same dock.
The boats sailed on the bay for 2-3 hours.
Halong tourism in 1990s
The life of the fishermen on the bay in the 90s, each boat was occupied by a small family, including parents and 2-3 children.
Halong tourism in 1990s
People lived by fishing, collecting coral and selled to tourists.
Halong tourism in 1990s
Until 1994, Halong Bay was recognized by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage, with strict regulations on nature conservation, environment and landscape.
A coral reef picked up from the bottom of the bay.
Halong tourism in 1990s
Children lived on water when they were very young, rowing boat and helped parents sell coral and seafood to tourists.
Halong tourism in 1990s
According to photographer Reisen, Ha Long Bay is a way that nature 'puzzles' humans about geological tectonics.
Halong tourism in 1990s
That helped motivate a photographer like him to come, discover and take photos in many places around the world.

 

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