Cua Ong, Cai Rong, Van Don

6Cua Ong – A small town and possible stop-over on the way to Cái Rồng‎, one of the ports that provide access to the islands of Halong Bay (in particular Quan Lanh island).

Other than some tiny back streets, the town’s basic layout is that it flanks the main east/west road up the coast but with two major T-intersections, about a kilometer apart.

Cai Rong – A small port town shaped as a “T”: the main road along Van Don island, and the road to the port.

Van Don – Vân Đồn is a rural district of Quảng Ninh Province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. As of 2003 the district had a population of 39,157. The district covers an area of 551 km². The district capital lies at Cái Rồng. The district is selected as a Special Economic Zone, and is rapidly being developed. A motorway to Hai Phong and Ha Long is under construction, and Van Don International Airport is scheduled for completing in 2018.

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