Bhaya Cruises adds Halong Bay cave to portfolio of event spaces

Party set up on the beach

Business events groups heading to Vietnam’s Halong Bay from July onwards can now hold events inside Trinh Nu Cave.

Also known as the Virgin Cave, Bhaya Cruises has obtained special authorisation from Halong City authorities to host events in the space which was previously off-limits to visitors. The company is currently the only cruise operator granted access to the ancient grotto, which is one of 72 that dot the UNESCO World Heritage site.

Party set up on the beach

As part of the project, Bhaya Cruises has renovated and improved the area by creating a wooden gangway and stairs that weave through the cave, enabling easy access. A platform area has been created inside, as well as gentle lighting and bar area, with a generator installed to provide electricity. The small beach to the entrance and the larger beach at the exit have also been extensively cleaned.

The cave provides a flexible space for events for about 200 people. Tables and chairs, stages and other arrangements can be set up on the beach and inside the cave, making it ideal for gala dinners, teambuilding and special events.

Set-up on the sundeck in the midst of Halong Bay

Armand Cheveux, Bhaya Cruises’ director of marketing, said: “Located in the heart of Halong Bay, yet still away from the more jam-packed areas, Trinh Nu cave amazes all with its spellbinding natural beauty and rich geological, ecological and historical records.”

Operating four product lines, the Au Co and Bhaya Classic are most suited for incentive groups, thanks to the cabin capacity of 15 to 32 rooms and up to 250 passenger occupancy during an overnight programme.

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