Tuan Chau Island
Tuan Chau Island, Tuần Châu, Hạ Long, Quảng Ninh, Vietnam
About Tuan Chau Island
Tuần Châu is a beautiful schist island located on the southwest side of Hạ Long City in Vietnam. It was the island that President Hồ Chí Minh used to spend his holidays, in an octagonal house that has now become a memorial site.
Attractions near Tuan Chau Island
Bãi Cháy Bridge was the first central-line cable-stayed bridge in Vietnam. At night the cables of the bridge illuminated by colorful lights that make it very attractive.
Cát Bà National Park is a World Heritage Site designated as a biosphere reserve in northern Vietnam. The park is part of Cát Bà Island in Hạ Long Bay and is administered by the city of Haiphong. The park is located approximately 30 kilometres east of Hai Phong, covering about 263 square kilometres and comprising 173 square kilometres of land and 90 square kilometres of inshore water.
One of the most popular attraction in Vietnam. The bay features thousands of limestone monolithic islands each topped with thick jungle vegetation, rising spectacularly from the ocean.
inh Vu - Cat Hai overpass is the longest sea bridge in Vietnam and one of the longest in Southeast Asia. Overpass bridge has a width of 29.5m with 4 lanes. The bridge is designed to run at a speed of 80 km / h. The bridge is 5.44 km long in the project of motorway Tan Vu - Lach Huyen with a total length of 15.63 km. The bridge was commissioned by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on February 15, 2014, and inaugurated on September 2, 2017.
Bai Tu Long Bay is Northeast of the famous UNESCO world heritage site, Halong Bay. The zone includes over 40 uninhabited islands, rocks, and the famous Bai Tu Long National Park.
Haiphong Opera House is a French-built neoclassical opera house on Opera Square in Hai Phong, which was opened in 1912. The first performance of opera in Haiphong was held by a traveling troupe in the Hotel des Colonies in 1888.
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