To go to Guanlan Island, you usually take a boat at Halong Hongji Wharf or Yuntun Galong Wharf. This time it is low season and there are few boats and people. There is only one Guanlan Town on the island, and there are some hotels at Mingyue Wharf. It is very peaceful, so apart from hotels, there are very few other sellers, very few tourists, and no foreigners.
What impressed me the most on this island was the houses on the water along the way. There were aquatic products and fruits on the island. It was cheap and delicious, and it was a very nice place.
Guanlan Island is in the outermost area of the Halong Bay Scenic Belt, so there is no other islands on the outside of it, and a large number of commercial developments have not started on the island, so the environment here is pristine and the beaches are great.
Soon it’s dinner. It’s still Vietnamese dishes. My wife and I still like it. Have a good dinner, the deck is blowing, and there are many cruise ships around. This is the water area where the cruise ships are moored at night. From time to time, small boats for buying fruit are rowed over for business. Several families with children fish on the side of the boat. Due to seasonal issues, No fish was caught. Looking at the stars, looking at the lights of other ships, there is nothing more than sleeping.
Facing the sea, the warm winter flowers bloom on Guanlan Island. There are very few people on Guanlan Island, and it feels like a private room. Staring in a daze by the beach, chasing the rolling waves, picking up many beautiful purple shells.