Ha Long Bay, Viet Nam
This picture really captured the scene for me with a mystical quality that makes the seascape looks like a watercolor painting. Designated a World Heritage site, Ha Long Bay archipelago is made up of around 2,000 islands of various sizes. It is well known for its towering limestone pillars rising out of the emerald water as seen above. Arguably, one of Vietnam’s most famous and stunning locales, it attracts many visitors each year. For two days, we cruised around the bay, appreciating my country’s natural beauty.
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