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Halong Bay Near Vung Vieng Fishmen Village
Vietnam

This panorama photo was taken near Vung Vieng fishmen village in Ha Long bay during my trip to Ha Long bay in July 2011. This is the cruise ship drop anchor, then the passengers transfer to small boat to tourist visiting Vung Vieng fishmen village.

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