Alisa Cruise Halong Bay

4.3 / 5 3 reviews

Cabins & Suites

Junior Suite Ocean View
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  • Full Size Ocean View
  • 20 m2
  • Non-smoking
  • Shower
  • No Balcony
  • Twin/Double

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Senior Suite Ocean View With Jacuzzi
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  • Full Size Ocean View
  • 20 m2
  • Non-smoking
  • Shower, Bathtub, Jacuzzi
  • No Balcony
  • Twin/Double

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Family Triple Suite Ocean View
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  • Full Size Ocean View
  • 25 m2
  • Non-smoking
  • Shower
  • No Balcony
  • 1 Double + 1 Single

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Alisa Cruise Halong Bay is relatively new to the Gulf of Tonkin, but it is fast becoming one of the leading luxury cruises in the region. Alisa Cruise is all about luxury, but with a personal feel.

The five star services onboard coupled with the highly attentive staff promise that from the second you board the ship at the wharf until the second you leave to go home, you will have everything you need to sit back, relax, and enjoy the view.

Alisa Cruise houses 22 cabins, with 6 different room options. Each room has a massive window covering the outer wall, so that guests can enjoy waking up to panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. If you’re feeling even more luxurious, have a look at the Senior Suite, equipped with its very own private jaccuzi.

The Alisa team devote their utmost efforts to ensuring the boat and all of its guests are safe and comfortable at all times. They focus their energy not only on keeping their customers safe and happy, but also on protecting the fragile environment of Halong Bay.

Why Book Alisa Cruise Halong Bay
  • Luxury and unique service
  • The most attractive route
  • Friendly and kindly staff
  • Perfect design
    Facts & Figures
    Launch Year 2017
    Cruise Length 30 meters
    No. Cabins 22 cabins
    Cruise Star 5 Star
    Cruise Height 5 meters
    No. Decks 4 Decks
    Cruise Capacity 44 people
    Cruise Width 10 meters


    8.30: Get picked up from your hotel in the Old Quarter or nearby ( not included in the price). 

    There will be a 30-minute stop en route for refreshments.

    8.30: Depart to Halong Bay for 3.5 Hours and on the way you can enjoy the landscape of the Red River Delta country side.

    10.00 – 10.20: Stopover at Hai Duong province for refreshment about 20 – 30 minutes.

    12.00 – 12.30: Stopover at Hai Duong province for refreshment about 20 – 30 minutes.

    12.30: Welcome to Alisa Cruise, enjoy a welcome drink while our cruise manager gives a brief introduction, safety guidelines bout Alisa Cruise. Check-in your cabin and start cruising and explore Halong Bay – one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature.

    12.40 – 14.00: Enjoy lunch with Vietnamese and International dishes served while cruising in the magnificent Halong Bay, admiring the fascinating rock formations in the bay.

    14.00: After Lunch continues to cruising exploration in HALONG BAY passing by Cua Van Floating Village, Tien Ong Cave, Trong Cave, the Ho-dong Tien cave, Luon cave... Customers also have chance to experience how beautiful are for Incense Burner, Dog Stone Islet, Fighting Cock, Soi Sim beach, Coconut Three Island.

    14.30: Arrival in Lan Ha Bay in Tung Gau Area- The most beautiful area in Halong Bay with wild natural beauty.

    15.00: Continued exploration the Halong Bay. Depend on a specific day and season only 1 option will be chosen.

    Kayaking: Customers will have 45 minutes for kayaking around the Pearl Farm Village Area.

    After kayaking customers will have 2 options to continue your trip:


    16.00: Visiting the beautiful Ti Top beach for swimming (if the weather permits), Ti Top Beach is especially famous for its fresh atmosphere, clean water, and smooth white sand that create a great ambiance for tourists to relax or passengers can take steps to reach the top of Ti Top beach to have a whole panorama view of Halong Bay.


    16.00: Visiting Halong Pearl Farm Village. Travelers will have a chance to visit Floating Pearl Farm and see how local people produce the great pearls. This Pearl Farm Village was established in 1995 by a Japanese organization, after years run by Japanese experts, it was transferred for Vietnamese. Our guide will show you around the farm and the museum there and explained how the process is done. You will pass a floating raft where some kinds of oyster pearls are grown and transplanted such as South Sea pearl, Tahitian Black Pearl,…etc. After that, you will see a processing room where workers transplanting oysters and understand some precious species of pearl. The last, you could see one of the workers here opening an alive oyster in front of your eyes to see pearl inside and then have to look their achievement in the showroom!

    17.30: Come back to our Alisa Cruise and relax by enjoying Sun Set party with Juices, Cocktails, Red Vine and fruits on Alisa Sky Bar.

    Option: Massage service available. Please book with Cruise Manager directly (please see massage menu).

    18.00 – 18.30: Join the cooking class guided directly by Chef of Alisa Cruise. on sundeck – Our Chef will guides how to make Vietnamese spring rolls - traditional Vietnamese food. Then enjoy Happy Hour (Buy 2 drinks get one free). It is time for chit chat and relaxes. Watch the magnificent sunset over Halong Bay.

    19.30: Time for dinner enjoying special food on the cruise at Alisa Restaurant.

    21.00: Evening entertainments. Evening activities include: Leisure time to enjoy a chat around the bar, watching movies and many sorts of Vietnam cultural films, relaxing and spending a romantic night on Alisa Cruise, playing cards, chess are available, reading magazines in room and dining room. You may also try your luck at squid fishing & fishing from the boat.

    23.00: End of Program for Day One.

    Verified Reviews

    Overall rating
    4.3 / 5
    based on 3 reviews
    Review summary
    • Cruise condition/Cleanliness
      4.2 / 5
    • Room comfort/Standard
      4.5 / 5
    • Staff Performance
      4.2 / 5
    • Food/Dining
      4.3 / 5
    • Service Quality
      4.3 / 5
    • Value for money
      4.3 / 5

    Wonderful times
    September 30, 2017

    I wanted to take my bestie on a special trip durang our three week holiday in Vietnam. I went int a travel agenty in Hanoi and the girl suggested a Halong Bay cruise. I looked at some of the alternatives and Alisa cruise leapt off the page, almost my namesake, we were made for eachh other. We just went for one night two days option. To be honest it was all a bit rushed but still so exciting and the scenery was simply breathtaking.I wished we had gone for two nights so we could relax more.

    Halong Bay is terrific
    July 31, 2017

    Wow! What a vacation, what scenery and what fine people. Vietnam ticked all the boxes on our latest vacation traveling through Southeast Asia. So many high spots but probably Halong Bay was the highest. We sure picked the right company here, Alisa cruises have what must be one of the newest ships here. A large 4 deck cruise vessel of very high standards. All crew were great as was the food and the cabin. High fives all round from us.

    Very Enjoyable Three Days.
    July 08, 2017

    We really enjoyed our time with Alisa Cruise in Halong Bay. It was a memorable and interesting three days. The boat was much better than we expected, it really did live up to the advertising blurb that we read in advance. There are many boats cruising in the Bay and it was great as each one sailed by, they really do look the part. My wife was nervous as she gets bad sea sickness, but the bay was so calm, more like a big lake. Our cabin was very good as was the food. I would have preferred more done-time to be honest. As soon as one activity ended they were getting us ready for the next. The boat is so comfortable I would have preferred to just stay on it and chill. The crew are very helpful and the food was also very good. It is the Bay that gets the top marks though, one of the best places I’ve seen (shame about the amount of rubbish thrown into the water though). It is a great way to spend a few days of your vacation.