The floating village is a cultural heritage and tourist attraction in Halong bay, Vietnam. Ba Hang Fishing Village (Three Caves) is one of 4 fishing villages serving major tourist attractions in Halong Bay, located next to Thien Cung Grotto (Heaven Grotto), Dau Go Grotto… with about 50 families. Ba Hang fishing village serves major tourist attractions in Halong Bay to visit, purchase and sale of marine, kayaking service. The people here live on the raft houses located close together along the edge of the rocks island and earn their living by fishing and seafood farming. Currently, the tourism is also brings income for many fishermen fishing in the village.
Ba Hang Villagers have been living on fishing and providing kayaking service, rowing boat, etc. Thanks to the growth of Halong Bay’s name as a travel destination. The floating village is home to many generations and most of its residents never leave, but grow up and stay here, where they are born. Children are born and surviving by learning to swim and help their parents. Their daily lives associate with the rising and falling of the tides, while being sheltered by the imposing limestones. The floating village is a true water world and villagers have a unique lifestyle.