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Binh Lieu's Hoa Lau Season over 2 days with Asia Transport's Van Limousine

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This captivating phenomenon, occurring from late October to mid-November, reveals clusters of pristine white reed flowers swaying amidst the welcoming winds of early winter.

As these blooms transition from pure white to a golden hue, they gracefully dance away with the breeze.

Details of itinerary


6:30 AM: Embark on our Van Limousine from Hanoi for the 260km journey to Binh Lieu. Relish a breakfast stop at station V23 Hung Yen on Hai Phong Expressway en route to Quang Ninh.

11:30 AM: Arrive in Binh Lieu Town for a delightful lunch featuring regional specialties like Khau humu, hill chicken, and stream fish.

1:00 PM: Venture to Milestone 1297, the Vietnam-China boundary, a captivating haven of reed flowers. Capture endless shots of Co Lau hill's stunning white blooms.

4:00 PM: Return for relaxation before a flavorful dinner of Ban chicken, stream fish, and vibrant five-color sticky rice. Immerse yourself in the town's evening charm. Overnight in Binh Lieu.


6:30 AM: Check out and savor breakfast at the restaurant.

7:15 AM: Embark on an adventure to conquer the Dinosaur Spine at border milestone 1305 in Hoanh Mo commune.

This iconic spot, featuring nearly 2,000 steps and scenic observation stations, offers breathtaking vistas of the border region.

Expect a 1.5 to 2-hour climb to reach milestone 1305. 10:30 AM: Gather for the return journey to Binh Lieu town.

11:30 AM: Lunch and leisure time. 2:00 PM: Return to Hanoi, concluding the Binh Lieu tour program. Until our next adventure!

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Things to Know Before Visiting Binh Lieu, Quang Ninh

* Remote Location: Binh Lieu is a remote district in Quang Ninh province, known for its mountainous landscapes and border location with China. Be prepared for limited infrastructure and services compared to major cities.

* Getting There:

* From Hanoi: The most common way is to take a bus from Hanoi to Binh Lieu. The journey takes about 5-6 hours.

* By motorbike: If you're adventurous, renting a motorbike in Hanoi and riding to Binh Lieu is a popular option. It offers flexibility and stunning views along the way.

* Private car: Hiring a private car with a driver is another option, especially if you're traveling with a group.

* Best Time to Visit:

* Spring (March-April): The weather is mild, and the landscape is lush with blooming flowers.

* Autumn (September-October): The rice fields turn golden, creating a picturesque scene.

* Winter (November-February): The weather can be cold and foggy, but it offers a unique atmosphere.

* Accommodation: Binh Lieu has a limited number of hotels and guesthouses. It's recommended to book in advance, especially during peak seasons. Homestays with local families are also a great way to experience the culture.

* What to See and Do:

* Trekking: Binh Lieu is a paradise for trekkers, with numerous trails leading to waterfalls, viewpoints, and ethnic minority villages.

* Landmark 1305: This is the border marker with China, offering panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.

* Cao Ly Waterfall: A beautiful waterfall surrounded by lush greenery.

* Song Mooc Village: This village is home to the Tay ethnic minority, known for their traditional stilt houses.

* Binh Lieu Market: Explore the local market to experience the daily life of the locals and sample regional specialties.

* What to Pack:

* Warm clothes: Even in summer, the evenings can get chilly in the mountains.

* Rain gear: Be prepared for rain, especially during the monsoon season (May-September).

* Hiking boots or sturdy shoes: Essential for exploring the trails.

* Insect repellent: Protect yourself from mosquitoes and other insects.

* Sunscreen and hat: The sun can be strong, even in cooler months.

* Other Tips:

* Learn a few basic Vietnamese phrases: This will help you communicate with the locals.

* Bring cash: Not all places accept credit cards.

* Respect the local culture: Dress modestly, especially when visiting temples and villages.

* Be prepared for limited English: Not everyone in Binh Lieu speaks English.

Let me know if you'd like more specific information or have any other questions!


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