Dining in a cave

Coming to Halong Bay, you should never miss a unique activity, dining in a cave. There are few cruises offering this feature on their trips. The crew members will prepare a delightful diner in a cave. In some cruises, this activity is already included. In some others, this is an optional extra-paid activity.

 

After a long day of swimming, kayaking, and many other activities, nothing beats a chill moment to relax.  Most other cruises prefer to have an ordinary dinner in a cave. In the mean while, Dragon Pearl Junk came up with the idea of letting tourists have an amazing dinner in a cave. This feature has been receiving many praises from the customers. Most tourists used this dinner for special occasions like a birthday party, a romantic dinner, conference group, or a small wedding with less than 60 guests. They have fresh Halong Bay seafood along with Western cuisine and Eastern cuisine for those who want a change from all the seafood they have been having in Halong.

 

 

This dinner will be one of the best dinners you ever have and the Halong trip will be stay as a wonderful journey in your memory. If you are coming to Halong Bay, it would be such a waste not trying this feature out.

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