Cat Ba is an island in the Cat Ba Archipelago of Vietnam's Ha Long Bay.
Cat Ba is the largest island in the Bay and approximately half of its area is covered by a National Park, which is home to the highly endangered Cat Ba langur. This golden-headed langur is rarely seen, as fewer than 60 specimens are thought to survive in the wild, although it is the subject of a well-organised conservation programme; the Cat Ba Langur Conservation Program, an international NGO that has its office at the National Park Head Quarters. The Park covers both land and marine areas and has a high biodiversity, although it is at risk from too rapid an increase in tourism. Other mammals in the Park include civet cats and oriental giant squirrels.
Outside of Cat Ba town is a beautiful island with much to explore.
Please view the Halong and Ha Long Bay pages also.
The vast majority of people take a pre-booked tour from Hanoi on a tourist boat, though this is probably the slowest, least flexible and a relatively expensive way to visit Cat Ba and should be avoided at all costs unless you specifically want to be locked on a tourist boat for five hours while being given the hard sell and overcharged for the most minimal of refreshments.
It's cheaper and more flexible to come either on a non tourist boat at Halong City or via Haiphong. BEWARE! Luong Yen Bus Station closed in August 2016. The Hoang Long Bus Company now leaves from another bus station, ca. 10 km south of the old quarter. The name of the bus station is Bến xe Nước ngầm (Ngọc Hồi, Hoàng Liệt, Hoàng Mai, Hà Nội). An Uber from the old quarter costs around 80,000 VND.
From Haiphong: there is a speed boat doing the trip several time a day (the last one around 16:00) from Phà Binh harbour. It costs 150,000 VND (Oct 2015), but the locals pay 110,000 for the exact same ride. The price is written on the ticket but some people sell false tickets with written 180,000 and they say the price was 150,000 last year or last month! If the boat arrive in Phù Long, they can also say that 180,000 include the bus from Phù Long to Cat Ba... but it's also included in the 150,000 VND ticket: boat and bus can't be divided... it's the same company.
From Hanoi via Ha Long
- Mini Bus from Gia Lam (Hanoi) to Bai Chay (Ha Long). Tickets are bought at the ticket counter for 120,000 dong. The ride takes 4 to 5 hour with the bus stopping to pick up passengers along the way. If your bus departs Hanoi later then 10:00am it is unlikely that you will make it to Ha Long in time to catch the last ferry to Cat Ba at 3:00pm. Note: City bus number 34 goes to Gia Lam for 5,000 dong from the following bus stops: Van Mieu, Hai Ba Trung, Nha Hat Ion, Bac Co, Chuong Duong. Be sure to wait for the bus on the side of the road where the traffic is flowing east or north. Otherwise you may end up on a longer than intended ride around the city. Do not attempt to board bus #34 from Dien Bien Phu. The bus will run to the end of the line in the opposite direction before turning around and eventually making it to Gia Lam making what should be a short trip a two hour ordeal. [Sep 2013]
- From Bai Chay to Ha Long City/Tourist Wharf a motorbike taxi should cost 10,000 to 20,000 dong.
- From Bai Chay to Tuan Chau Wharf a motorbike taxi should cost 20,000 to 30,000 dong.
- From Ha Long City to Tuan Chau Wharf a motorbike taxi should cost 20,000 to 30,000 dong.
- A taxi to any of these locations could be more than double.
Cat Ba/Tuan Chau Ferry takes 1 hour and costs 70,000 or 90,000 with a motorbike. [May 2015]
- Tuan Chau to Cat Ba 7:30 9:00 11:30 1:30 3:00
- Cat Ba to Tuan Chau 9:00 11:30 1:00 3:00 4:00
The service depends on demand. First and last ferry of a day will always go.
Cat Ba minibus from the ferry terminal, which is on the north of the island, leaves to the main town to the south after every ferry and takes around 30 minutes costing 20,000. [Sep 2013]
Tour boats leave from the Tourist Wharf in Ha Long and take 4 hours. Route #1 as listed above the ticket counter costs 80,000. These arrive at the main town to the south. [Sep 2013]
From Hanoi via Hai Phong
- Train from Long Bien (Hanoi) to Hai Phong cost is 70,000 VND (March 2017). Trains leave Long Bien at 9:20am, 3:30pm and 6:10pm. You can also start at Gia Lam and go to Long Biên from there. The trains leave Gia Lam at 6:15am, 9:36am, 3:45pm and 6:30pm. (September 2014.) A service from the main Hanoi station departs daily at 6:00am only.
- Bus services provided by Hoang Long depart at 5:20, 7:20, 11:20, and 13:20 (not all these services run each day) taking 4.5 hours (compare: 5 hours for a slow tourist boat just to get from Halong City to Cat Ba's northern port!) and costs 190,000 - 250,000 VND (US$9-$12) depending on season. 250,000 VND in August 2016, 200,000 VND in March 2017. You can buy tickets from their office at 28 Tran Nhat Duat near Long Bien train station, and start your journey from here.
- Bus services provided by Fullmoonparty Cat Ba depart at 7h30 - 11h30 and 10h30 - 14h30 Daily guarantee tanking 4 hours by Bus + speed boat + Bus. Costs 250,000-280,000/person. Combo bus + tickets 2way + 1 dorm bed at Fullmoonparty Hotel with 24 USD/ person. Include : Pick up/ Drop off at address /Free Wifi/ Water bottle/ Cold towel / Bus guide.
The journey went as follows: 1) Board Hoang Long Bus for Cat Ba 2)Travel approximately 3 hrs to Hai Phong Bus terminal, here you will be directed to get onto another bus 3) This bus travels by road, sometimes a dirt road, to a Harbor on the Eastern side of Hai Phong. Travel to this harbor involves rough dirt roads through what looks like an industrial/shipping port and takes about 40 minutes. 4) Upon arrival at Harbor you will be told to get off the bus yet again and escorted to the speed boat. The speedboat will proceed to travel through the harbor and onto the Western side of Cat Ba Island. Travel time on the boat is about 20 minutes, however on our return journey we had to wait 30 minutes from boat drop off to bus boarding. 5) Once on Cat Ba Island you will be escorted to another bus that will take you into Cat Ba town, about 30 minutes travel time.
- Motorbike Taxi from Hai Phong to Pha Binh (ferry terminal)
- Motorbike Taxi from Tam Bac to Pha Binh (ferry terminal)
- Bus from Gia Lam (Hanoi) to Niem Nghia (Hai Phong) 65,000
- Motorbike Taxi from Niem Nghia to Pha Binh (ferry terminal)
- Bus from Gia Lam (Hanoi) to Cau Rao (Hai Phong) 65,000
- Motorbike Taxi from Cao Rao to Pha Binh (ferry terminal)
- Boat/Ferry from Pha Binh (Hai Phong) to Cat Ba 150,000
There are two options to travel to Cat Ba with a motorbike. Either from Halong or Hai Phong. From Hai Phong the ferry terminal is at Dinh Vu, it is located in an industrial shipping area and is not well signed, a dirt road from the main road leads to the terminal. The ferry costs 30,000 vnd to Cat Hai where you have to ride across the island and catch a second ferry costing 20,000 vnd to Cai Vieng terminal on Cat Ba island. A 26km ride across the island (through some stretches of roads in disarray) will then get you to Cat Ba town. The ferries run from 6.00am every 30 minutes.
The easier drive is from Hanoi to Halong City, primarily taking highways AH14 and QL18. The drive is prettier and covers much easier terrain. From Halong City, there are three ferries a day to the northern port of Cat Ba Island, from which it is a 40-minute drive to Cat Ba town. The ferry from Halong City to Cat Ba Island is 90,000vnd with a motorbike and is a beautiful ride through Ha Long Bay.
You can easily rent a motorbike from any hotel for $5 (standard) per day or less if you look around or visit in the low season.
Buy your petrol at an official petrol station (Petrolimex) so you pay the official price. A small one is located in Cat Ba Town and a bigger one on the left side when you leave the town.
The other option is to get petrol in bottles along the streets but it's much more expensive. Don't pay more than 50,000 dong for a 1.5L bottle of petrol, which can be bought in some of the small towns as well as near the port area near the end of the town.
Anyone you hire a bike from should give you a photocopied map of the island which will help you with planning.
Local buses across the island leave from the western edge of Cat Ba town, on the water near the market intersection.
There are half a dozen places to rent bikes including tandems. A ride to the other side of the island for a view into Ha Long bay and then back along the coastal road is around 45km. It's worth getting a bike with gears as there are a few hills.
- National Park, Eastern part of the island (Enter eastward on the main north/south road). The domain of the endangered Cat Ba Langur, of which there are less than 60 left. Things on offer include a walk to a peak viewing tower (1.5-2 hours round trip; slippery and muddy if it's rained recently) The tower at the top is in bad shape and climbing it is prohibited. A frog pond (probably better in the off (wet) season), a short nature walk near the frog pond, more stuff you can probably find online which is about a four hour round trip. The total distance each way is 3.63 miles and total elevation gained is about 700 feet, there are a lot of stairs made of cemented rock. 15,000VND entry, various guided tours. edit
- Caves. There are a lot of caves around the island, though none of them are particularly impressive. Some cost money and may have optional guides. You can find them using the map or signs on the island. You have to walk through some forest to some of them. edit
- Beaches, Southwest side of the island (Accessible from the road). Don't expect surfable waves, though! Free. edit
- Monkey Island. Several boats run day trips to nearby monkey island either in isolation or as part of a larger tour. The island apparently has monkeys, but only a few around the accomodation were in evidence. Be aware that these animals are used to getting their food from either the guests or the bins, and therefore are not afraid of humans, so they might cause a problem. [Jan 2014] The monkeys come right up to the shore to "greet" the boats. Google "Monkey Island Bite". These monkeys bite a lot of tourists. The monkeys on Monkey Island are long-tailed macaques that were imported to the island specifically to appeal to tourists. Neither of the two native monkey species are found on Monkey Island. There is some accomodation on the island. Monkey Island Resort consists of eight small bungalows and 20 spacious deluxe bungalows, but cosy, bamboo huts just behind a secluded beach. The food was nice, the drinks cheap, and the scenery was spectacular. There's some kayaking available, and a trail for hiking to the top of the mountain where you can take so beautiful picture of Lan Ha bay. Nearby is the public beach, destination of lot Cat Ba island trips. It is probably the most beautiful junkyard in region. You can see monkeys searching food in enourmous quantity of garbage, nobody takes care. Better to avoid to visit. approx US$40 per night. edit
- Hospital Cave, (Off Ha Sen Road, 10km from town). A 17 room underground hospital and hideout which was in use until 1975. It's a real life James Bond underground lair. Get tickets from the café on opposite side of road. 40,000. (20.7698,107.0204) edit
- Cannon Fort, (2km north of town). Built in 1942 as a naval defence. Incredible views of Lan Ha Bay. Great place to see sunsets. (Note: if you are only interested in the views, before the ticket booth there's a path that goes all the way up to the hill on the left, first to the communications antenna, and then till the cliff's edge. Same views of Lan Ha Bay, for free. However, as it looks to the East, you don't get sunset views) 40,000. (20.7233,107.0546) edit
- Boat Trips For the cheapest boat trips get down to Bến Bèo (1km from Cat Ba main strip) where all the tour boats leave from. There are several plastic chair restaurants which also serve as kayak rental / boat trip vendors. Short trip USD 21, long trip USD 24
- Rock Climbing if seeing the beautiful limestone karsts isn't enough for you, try climbing them. Slo Pony /Asia outdoors located on the 2nd floor of Noble House is a good place for more information. They run full and half day trips with combinations of kayaking, climbing and cruising the less touristy karsts.
- Yoga Asia Outdoors also offers Sunset Yoga on a local Beach every Monday, Thursday and Saturday night at 6pm. Classes are suitable for all levels.
- CAT BA VENTURES :Address : 223 Ð 1-4, Cat Ba Town ; Telephone: +84 912 467 016 OR +84 31 388 8755; http://www.catbaventures.com/
Locally owned and operated company offering boat trips around Lan Ha and Halong Bays, one-day kayaking trips (US$29; overnight boat tour per person US$128; and guided hikes in Cat Ba National Park. Excellent service from Mr Tung is reinforced by multiple reader recommendations. These guys are a font of knowledge on everything Cat Ba and a great source of information on onward transport options.
- Cat Ba Market at the northwestern edge of town. The seafood section should give you a reasonable idea of the less exotic, locally consumed varieties of seafood caught locally.
- Lan Ha Junk offers sails cruise  off beaten track on Lan Ha bay for 01 or 02 nights combined with swimming, kayaking and biking, trekking in Viet Hai village.
- Cat Ba Vision Address: 184-1/4Str-Cat Ba Town-Hai Phong; Hotline: (+84) 968 544 144; http://www.catbavision.com
Cat Ba Vision- a new travel agency opened up on the island but very professional. Only 21$ for a day trip to Lan Ha- Ha Long with cave-kayaking, snorkeling, swimming activities and amazing sightseeing around less touristic and remote areas. The owner and working staffs are amazing. The tour guide is excellent. The best in town.
The market is the best place to buy most things. Tourist trinkets such as shell sculptures are sold at stalls on the easterly edge of the waterfront.
- Buddha Belly Restaurant, 94 đường 1/4 thị trấn, Cát Bà ("), . It's a vegetarian restaurant, charming hosts and very tasty. It also offers excellent day excursions to both the highlights of Cat Ba and off the beaten path locations such as Thien Long Cave, which is only accessible by a short boat trip. edit
- Phuong Nhung Restaurant, 184 1-4 Street, cat ba town ("). Family run restaurant, super nice people and very cheap. there is only one person cooking on the wok you can see from the street, so you might need to wait a little. edit
- Phương Phương Restaurant, 232, 1/4 street, cat ba town (near Nam Dương Hotel), ☎ 01687556989. The restaurant has views of the sea, serves Vietnamese food and Europen food.Airy space, at an affordable price. Be wary of very long wait. edit
- Mr. Zoom hotel and restaurant (Cat Ba island), 25 1/4nui ngoc street, ☎ 01649444024, . Mostly good meals, but if he offers you an enormous (2kg) round-looking crab creature thing, save your $35. edit
A dead scene in low season.
- There are a number of Sea View Bar establishments, much of a muchness.
- Oasis Bar, 228 1/4 street, Cat Ba town. Located in front of the Cat Ba Hotel, this friendly spot has just been renovated, sea view. is easily identified by the yellow bulbs outside bar, open till late. One of expats favorite joint, great fun every night. Free billiards, dart board and big screen TV for movies and sport events ! Clients are also encouraged to play DJ from the bar's iTunes selection. Awesome drink menu, offering the coldest beers, drinks and cocktails. Drinks range from cheap and massive to expensive and small. edit
- Noble House offers 2 for 1 cocktails and free pool.
- The Flightless Bird is the original bar on the island, run by a New Zealander and going strong for 15 years. The drinks menu includes reasonably priced imported bottles of wine from various parts of the world as well as a straight to the point cheap drinks section. Darts upstairs.
- Rose Bar, (50m up the street behind Noble House). Best Mojito in Cat Ba island. Western music, awesome drink menu, most cocktails 40,000. Brand new with nice atmosphere, and a really helpful, friendly young owner. Pool table for free. Best cocktail prices in town, if you're sick of drinking beer all the time. Open until 2:00 AM, rare in Cat Ba. Free beer for women. 30,000 for a nitrous oxide balloon. edit
- Mr. Zoom hotel and restaurant (Cat Ba island), 25 1/4 nui ngoc street, ☎ 01649444024, . Good meals for a cheap price. edit
- Phương Phương Restaurant, 232, 1/4 street, cat ba town, ☎ 01687283786. sea view, served vietnamese food and westend food.Especialy, springroll is very good. edit
There are loads of hotels along the waterfront with little to distinguish them, though a couple have elevators if you are less mobile or are traveling with elders. A few hotels have more recently sprung up along side streets away from the water. However, these don't appear to be any cheaper. When looking at rooms, you may pay more for a water view. Free WiFi is standard. Avoid anywhere that tries to "include" breakfast, which costs almost nothing and is probably of questionable quality anyway. Similarly, avoid anywhere that prices in dollars; ask for the price in dong. Decent conversion (December 2015) is 22,500 dong to a quoted dollar rate. In off season, everywhere is empty so will compete heavily on price; a huge room for two cost 125,000 ($6) on the water (February 2012). In the off season do not pay more than $10 for a room.
Prices now start at $8, with the majority of hotels offering $10 for an AC room double occupancy. Some hotels have non-AC room available for slightly less. (September 2014)
- Hotels in Catba, Cat Ba Islands (central, just around the corner from the waterfront), ☎ +84988660505, . we offer many choices for your rooms in Cat Ba island from 2 star to 4 star hotels with good price and high services. edit
- My Ngoc, Cat Ba Islands (central, waterfront, near the big sign). New, elevator, huge rooms, one comfortable bed and one vietnamese style harder bed, very helpful, friendly staff $10/night during off season [Jan 2014], $8/night [Oct 2014] edit
- Sunflower One Hotel, Nui Ngoc St (central, just around the corner from the waterfront), ☎ 031 3888429, . Three star hotel, many rooms have sea views. It is often used with Ha Long Bay boat tours when an overnight stay is requested on Cat Ba island. It is a quality hotel with good food. It has wifi in rooms but can be somewhat unreliable. Its sister hotel Sunflower Two, which is often used with cheaper Ha Long Bay tours, is about 1km inland on the same road, and is not as nice. edit
- Song Chanh, 178 Duong 1-4, ☎ 0978366751. A great value hotel along the main strip in Cat Ba town. Very friendly staff who can also organise onward travel or tours around the island. Ask for Mr. Thuy, and go on the National Park trek with his uncle. double and twin rooms, low season $10/rm, high season $15/rm. edit
- Hotel Phu Thanh, So 176 Duong 1/4, ☎ 0313696289 or 0976506999. New hotel only opened in 2009 with really nice, large, clean rooms. Has free wifi included and satellite flat screen TV. Good showers with hot water that actually have pressure. They also serve some great food in the restaurant during the busier summer months. Friendly staff and family owned and run. Rooms start at $10. edit
- Ngoc Hoa Hotel and Restaurant, 211 Duong (200m to the left of the dock), ☎ +84 16 4944 4024, . checkout: 12. Rooms facing the Bay, close to the ferry. Free wifi. Elevator. Fridge and aircon included. Family restaurant downstairs. Tours and scooters available at good prices if you ask, but the staff is not pushy. Their restaurant serves good simple Vietnamese food, soups, noodles, rice. Strong coffee and fruit smoothies. Big beer for under a dollar. 10-15$. edit
- Le Pont Hotel, 62-64 Nui Ngoc St, ☎ Mr. Jim +84 (0) 928 006 879. Dormitory $3.5 per person, rooms $4.5 per person, minimum two persons (April 2012). edit
- Mr. Zoom hotel and restaurant (Cat Ba island), 25 1/4 nui ngoc steet, ☎ 01649444024, . Rooms are nice, clean and cheap. edit
- Monkey Island Resort (Monkey Island - Cat Ba islands), Monkey Island beach, ☎ 0316299888, . This resort is ideally located at Monkey Island beach in Lan Ha bay. It is about 10 minutes going by boat from Beo harbour in Catba town. There are 29 room included 8 standard bungalows, 6 gardenview bungalows, 6 deluxe seaview bungalows and 8 comfortable suite seaview bungalows. There are spacious restaurant, game center for playing biliard, pingpong, table football, there are internet and wifi internet too. Kayaking, hiking mountain and playing games here are free. edit
- Ngoc Khanh Hotel, 48 Đường Núi Ngọc st. (A bit further up the street, on the right side, near a small grocery store and a karaoke bar.), ☎ 091 468 99 00. probably the cheapest hotel in Cat Ba! Very clean, nice double and triple rooms for as little as 100.000 dong (Nov 2013). Big comfy beds with soft matress, nice bathroom with hot water, excellent wifi signal in some of the rooms near reception, not so good in the rear. Satelite tv, balcony, free pool table downstairs, cheap beers, honest and helpful staff although very limited English meaning you don't get hassled for tours and transport, laundry service. (Sept 2013) $5. edit
- mr zoom backpacker hostel (and restaurant), 25 nui ngoc thi tran catba (vietnamese food and sea food), ☎ 01649444024, . checkin: 07am; checkout: 12am. mr zoom freidly and helpful.good room very clean $6. (50m,200m) edit
- Sea Pearl Hotel, 219, 1/4 road, Cat Ba Island (opposide to Cat Ba Welcome gate on the left), ☎ 0313688567, . Sea Pearl Hotel located between the main roads of Cat Ba resort, beside dreamy Cat Ba Bay. The Hotel has 14 floors include restaurant, spa and bar, has started from 05/19/2011, The Hotel has got many attentions and supports from tourists and partners on around the world. It has 85 luxury rooms with elegant design bring up relax and comfortable feelings as second home for tourists. All front of Hotel is forward Cat Ba bay, behind the Hotel is room system with distant view cover all resort. edit
- CatBa Central Hostel Backpackers, 240 1.4 Street, CatBa Island (Bear right off the ferry terminal, along the harbor promenade (harbor to your right). The hostel is about 100m down in the leafy courtyard. Pickup from ferry/bus terminal can be arranged.). checkin: 12 Noon; checkout: 12 Noon. CatBa Central Hostel Backpackers is family run, offering 42 beds in clean and safe environment, with A/C. Breakfast menu as standard. Situated on the walking route to the main swimming beaches on the direct harbor facing promenade. US$7 Incl. Breakfast. edit
- Cat Ba Hostel, 160 Nui Ngoc St (Head up Nui Ngoc Street (the second one as you walk along the main drag towards the beaches) to near the top, number 160. Nice and quiet), ☎ +84 4977894883 (firstname.lastname@example.org), . Owner is a local Vietnamese guy called Hieu who speaks great english and is happy to help you out. One of the cheapest in town. Breakfasts are good too Dorm US$3, Private Room as low as $8 sometimes. edit
To Hanoi, the easiest way to leave Cat Ba is through Bus + speed Boat + Bus . You can find these on the main beach road by the docks. HOAN TUYEN Travel and Hoang Long company sells combined tickets daily for 210,000 VND for 1 ticket from Cat Ba to Ha Noi. Takes about 4,5 hours.
Leaving town, bus and boat to Hai Phong city (150,000 dong; almost hourly from 6AM to 4PM),takes about 1,5 hours. Also with high speed boat takes about 1 hour(220,000 VND/1 ticket, from 8AM, 10AM, 2PM and last time 4PM) are available from the square on the waterfront near the boat pier or HOAN TUYEN Travel office. Hotels can book tickets for you at a slight premium.
From Bến phà Tuần Châu harbor to Halong City : 150,000 VND.
From Ben Beo harbor to Halong City : 170,000 VND - 3hours - wonderful.
You can then go back to Hanoi by bus for 100,000 VND.
To Phong Nha
If you'd like to get to Phong Nha from Cat Ba head to the Hoang Long offices located inside the My Ngoc Hotel and ask for a bus ticket to Phong Nha. What you'll actually get is a bus ticket that says it's going to Quang Binh, which is the province in which Phong Nha is situated (cost between 400 and 500 VND). On the day of travel you'll probably depart at 1pm from the Hoang Long office. From there you'll bus to the port, take a boat to the shore and be directed to a bus which takes you to the Hai Phong bus station. The sleeper bus leaves at 7pm so you'll have some time to kill. At around 6:30 they'll board you on to to the bus. The toilets are basic, obviously, and there are no official toilet stops on the way, so be prepared. There is also no food or drink available on the sleeper coach. The beds are small, if you're over 5ft 8in you'll be a little squashed.
The bus will drop you off in Dong Hoi at around 5am on Ly Thurong Kiet about 1k east of the bridge which crosses the river. From there you're on your own. You can take a taxi (expect to pay 500,000 VND - if you can find a big taxi and enough fellow travellers this may be desirable) cheaper is the local bus (35,000 VND). To get the local bus head west on Thurong Kiet and turn left before the university (Truong Dai hoc Quang Binh) follow that road for about a kilometre (it takes you past the university and an ATM) and turn right on the first sealed road you see. That will take you to a main road called Huu Nghi. Turn left on to that road (don't cross over stay on the same side) and you'll see a bus stop, it's just a blue sign with a picture of a bus on it and the routes of various local busses. Take the B4 bus,( just flag it down when it arrives) which will take you up to Phong Nha. The bus conductor may "charge" you an extra 10,000 VND for your bag. Alternatively you can head straight to the main bus station (Ben de Nam Ly) on Mac Dong Dung but it's another few kilometres.
Buses leaving the main terminal at 05:20, 06:00, 07:10, 08:00 and then on the hour every hour until the last bus at 17:00. So if you get in at 5am you can make the 05:20 if you're quick but most likely you'll get the 06:00. Keep in mind that those are departing from the main station if you follow the instructions above you're boarding after that so it may be 10 minutes later. You're also on Asia time, so it may not be running on schedule at all!WikiPedia:Cat Ba Island