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Van Gia Fishing Village
Van Gia - Cua Van is situated at Hung Thang Commune, Halong City, 20km away from the tourist boat wharf, the fishing village lies in a calm bay surrounded by mountain

Cua Van
Cua Van Village has a population of 733 in 176 households. They mainly earn their livelihood by fishing.
There are 4 fishing villages in the World Heritage site:Ba Hang, Cua Van, Vong Vieng and Cap La with a total of 287 households and 1,283 people of which Cua Van is the largest. This is a habitat that has maintained both a tangible and intangible marine culture.
Visiting the village, tourists have a chance to experience the villagers? daily life as well as the traditional culture and customs of the fishermen, who live in the World Heritage Area of Halong Bay.
This makes it ideal for anchoring boats here. Their floating houses look spacious and clean. The well-off families even have tiled roof houses with radios, television sets, tables and chairs, etc.
The village boasts a training establishment for their children. Over an area of 150m2 lies four classrooms and one small room for teachers. They are the first floating classrooms in H? Long. At present, Cua Van has 7 classes, mainly in grade 1 and grade 2. The youngest pupil is 8, while the oldest one is 17.
It is interesting to see the rambunctious children going to school. Their bustling calling and their flopping rowing liven up the atmosphere of the quite bay. Looking at the small boats driven by tiny oars going to school, and the radiant faces of the children, one feels confident in a bright future for the fishing village.
Cua Van now has become a tourist attraction and has been present in the itinerary of almost all tourist agencies. 

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