Halong Bay Weather in January

If you think Halong might be cold on January, so you’re right. However, don’t miss another chance to discover the World Heritage in the strange view beyond the fog. Come on, it’s just the early morning and that’s not the best way to welcome a new day. On Bhaya Cruises, we’re got a Tai Chi exercises in the morning for travelers.

If you are afraid of super low temperatures during summer or cold, rainy, and low visibility days during winter, October can be an excellent time to head up to Halong Bay. Around 9 am onward, sunshine will fill up the ship and the warmth will creep in every corner on boat. It might be a good sunny day to enjoy the white sandy beaches, cruise further or discover Halong Bay in several ways such as: kayaking or discovering caves.

Even the weather on January is a little bit cold, so travelers should bring your cardigans or light jackets to keep you warm and comfortable.

The Climate Guide for Ha Long Bay, Vietnam is perfect for planning your holiday. Monthly average weather forecast gives the best indication of what the weather is usually like for every month of the year including figures for temperature, rainfall and sunshine. From the below chart, you can know all the forecast of weather on January.

Please click this link for updated weather forecast on Halong Bay: http://www.myweather2.com/City-Town/Vietnam/Ha-Long-Bay.aspx?sday=1

The best beautiful seasons to travel to Halong Bay

In spring, it is a little bit cold but also the great time to visit Halong Bay. The weather is always perfect for relaxing on the cruise. Tourists can freely kayak in beautiful and natural Bai Tu Long or Lan Ha Bay, play in wild beaches as well as enjoy the fresh air with pleasantly windy. They also can go out for biking on Cat Ba National Park under the light sunshine, visiting Vung Vieng floating village on traditional boat for their interesting experience.

Cycling in Cat Ba Island is a combination of physical and mental activities. The activity may help your mind to balance and harmony. Cycling is not a special activity but Cat Ba Island is different. You lead your mind on the green road with endless peaceful.


Ha Long Bay becomes most beautiful when summer is coming in April. It is warmer with more sunny, blue sky and this definitely is the most pleasant time to enjoy the suite life on the cruise in the bay. Nature has a right to be magnificent view under the creation on the hands of God. Travelers can explore themselves in many activities such as swimming in the blue water, sunbathing on sundeck or balcony, cycling in Cat Ba Island, discovering spectacular caves by kayaking as usual.

Kayaking is always counted as an experience of lifetime for everyone. To manage the small boat and dive into the small alleys and corner, you need strength and also need an ingenious skill. Cruises and discover Halong Bay with Bhaya Cruises, you’re all in our protection. There’s always a guide with good diving skills with you to make sure that you gain yourself the best experience with safety ever.


Learn to bargain at market – a special thing from Vietnam culture


Dong Xuan Market

It’s not like a boutique or shops in Hanoi. The price tag is on the pack and you just pick and pay. Dong Xuan Market or Night Market is really a different place for you for shopping if you want to challenge youself.

Dong Xuan Market, a large, non-touristy market located in the Old Quarter of Hanoi, 900m north of Hoan Kiem Lake. You may see hundreds of stalls here, and it’s a fascinating place to explore if you want to catch a flavour of Hanoian street life.


Dong Xuan Market is divided in stalls for wholesale and small traders who sell clothes or household goods, foodstuffs of every kind from fresh vegetables to Vietnamese dishes are also found at the rear of the market. As the biggest wholesale market of Hanoi, you can find a thousand things in Dong Xuan Market. foods, clothes, silk, shoes, and many kinds of spices…

Fruits market at night

Fruits market at night

Day for visiting Dong Xuan Market and night for enjoying Night Market – that’s our recommendation for you. Night market runs from north to south through the Old Quarter, from Hang Giay Street to Hang Dao Street. Content-wise is something of a spillover  for the area’s shops, but at least the streets are closed to traffic. And the colors in every corner on streets will warm you on these cold days in Hanoi.

Vegetables for sale in Hanoi, Vietnam.

If you want to buy something here, first, never pay too soon. Let’s take time to watch closer the things you want then show that you like it but not much need it. And take a look around then come back and get trade with the owner. If they give you a price, you just deal a half with their price first, then you can pay more a little bit than a half – that’s the skill ofbargaining.

Actually, it’s not easy as things are written here but traveling is nothing but enjoy and explore some new things.