Besides providing unique overnight cruises on Bai Tu Long Bay and trips to discover Vietnamese traditions in Yen Duc Village, in June 17th 2015, Indochina Junk proudly announces a brand new experience for Halong Bay City tours: Sightseeing the city by Electric Car.
Electric car tour
This new tourism product of Indochina Junk promises to bring the passengers a whole new and interesting way to visit Halong city – a lovely city of Quang Ninh Province. The electric car service starts running from early morning and operates tour in Hon Gai area. In our itinerary, electric cars will take the guests going around the city, includes some famous and beautiful places, such as: Long Tien Pagoda, Halong Market, Lan Be Park, April 25th Square, Vincom Mall , Cot 3 sea boundary street, Cot 5 fishery village, Tran Quoc Nghien Temple, Quang Ninh Museum and Library, BaiTho Mountain.
The friendly, responsible and knowledgeable driver cum tour guide aka tour guide will take care of you and be your friend along the way. During the journey, passengers will have a chance to enjoy the city scenery, listen to introductions about history, landscape of Halong City and Halong Bay, as well as Ha Long’s cuisines. If you want to stop longer for visiting or shopping at any places, just tell the driver, they’re happy to assist you as much as possible.
How to catch a Halong tour by electric car?
So how can you catch a Halong Bay tour by electric car? Just wait for them at some pick-up points at: Vietnam – Japan Palace of Culture & Labour, Halong Market, Quang Ninh Museum. The friendly cost for a tour by electric car for 8 people is about VND 300.000. Each tour’s duration lasts about 1 to 2 hours.
“Halong Bay is not just about taking a sea cruise. It’s also about exploring this city of smiles. I think it’s worth spending time. Halong City tour by electric car is one of our community based tourism product. I truly hope to bring the most beautiful of Halong Bay – an UNESCO Heritage Site to foreigners as well as even the local people.” – said Mr. Dung- the General Director & CEO of Indochina Junk.