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|The Seaway Between China and Viet Nam Reopened to Navigation|
|Mar 15, 2006 23:29|
|The first trip was on March 6, 2006!|
Beihai (Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region), China
Halong (Quang Ninh), Viet Nam
The whole trip takes about 10 hours.
|Mar 15, 2006 23:33|
|Wow Rita, that is really cool to know !!|
I have friends in Beihai !! I would like to take that trip someday in the future !!!
Thank you for the information, I had not heard this previously :) :)
|Mar 16, 2006 06:15|
You're a gem digging up this information and posting it for us.
I fear it may be too late for this member
DIANAM1976 who was asking about transport to Vietnam from Beihai.
Does it leave from the same terminal that the boats from Hainan use and what about fare and schedule information
Better still is there an Englsih website that I can have a look at then I will post the information to Beihai for other interested members
Things tend to be hard to find in a forum thread when it gets old.
|Mar 16, 2006 18:35|
|The cruise ship is operated every other day.|
I found several webpages reported the news but none in English, I can keep looking for you:-)
|May 29, 2007 00:37|
|Hi Rita, how is the trip from beihai to halong bay, tiring ? is the view good?|
Is there a boat trip from hainan to halong
|May 29, 2007 08:12|
|Here's an interesting comment about the ferry from Beihai to Halong|
A sea experience will take you to historical Weizhou Island (the largest volcanic island in China), Hainan Island or the new sea link from Beihai to Haiphone and Halong, Vietnam's world renowned "Guilin On the Sea". Vietnam sea link is presently restricted to Chinese nationals, HongKong residents only.
|May 30, 2007 08:23|
|Ah, Jabaroo, what pitty, I would have been interested in that trip|
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