Halong Bay in northern Vietnam is a UNESCO world heritage site that takes your breath away – with it’s 2k limestone isles which jut out the South China Sea. It featured in the James Bond ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ movie and is now Vietnam’s no.1 tourist destination. The way to see it properly is to enjoy an overnight cruise on a junk boat and ours was one of the BEST. It was amazing. We didn’t just sail around the bay, we went kayaking, visited some awesome caves and ate some of the most yummy food on board, including crayfish, prawns, crab etc, all freshly caught from the sea. This really is a must watch video and a must-see part of the world. I went there with @ExploreAdventure as part of a fortnight tour round Vietnam. It was memorable from beginning to end!