The fighting stone is really the image of two stones, in the coastline not far, this two stones opposite the place, the position of the fighting stone is quite big, many stones are very interesting, the size of the fighting stone is also very large, very image.
The battlecock stone in Halong Bay is a symbol of tourism in Vietnam. The difference is that one is naturally formed and the other is ingenious workmanship, which is equally shocking. Beautiful and awesome!
Sitting on a cruise ship and slowly watching these small islands with typical karst landforms, it feels like watching our "Guilin on the sea" in Guangxi. Some reefs have formed various shapes after several years of wind and rain. The most distinctive one is this fast cockfighting stone, which is really vivid!
goood beauty it''s like mountains grows in the sea
The cockfighting stone is a beautiful sight on the sea of Xialong Bay, two rocks like cocks are clapped on the blue waves.
Located on the south side of Mudao Island, about 800 meters away from the incense burner stone, the fighting cock stone stands in the ocean. Two small rocky mountains about 12 meters high are like a pair of large chickens with spreading wings separated by a narrow trench. Two rocky mountains stand facing each other. Chosen as the most unique image of Halong Bay and the cockfighting stone was selected as a symbol of Vietnamese tourism in 2000. There are too many tourists visiting Halong Bay. Boat owners must stop in front of the cockfighting stone for tourists to take pictures. It can be seen that the original cockfighting has become a rather three-dimensional grouper. The light from this angle is particularly good. The grouper is very similar and it makes people sigh the magic of nature! Ngon Tay islet, Hon Dinh Huong, Hon Dinh Huong, Hon Dua, Hon But, Dao Ngoc Vung, Dao Cong Do, and Dao Cong Do, Halong Bay Dao Dau Be) Toad stone (Hon Con Coc), the termite head island (Hon Dau Moi) must be guided by the boat to see it. In general, Xialong Bay, Guilin on the water, is still very worth visiting~