On the route to Quan Lan – Ngoc Vung islands; Am Rock or Kettle Islet is situated in Bai Tu Long Bay. It is an near island in Halong Bay, contribute to make Ha Long Bay become a sea landscape, bring many different feeling for the tourist when they came here.
The nature wonder Halong Bay with its imposing limestone mountains and turquoise water has its legend of dragons from heaven staying after preventing foreign invaders from the land of the country, as an attempt from locals trying to fathom its impossible beauty and originality. However, the bay also covers a large area with nearly 2000 islands, and numerous limestone islets in strange yet beautiful shapes; many of them were giving names by locals from their shapes, and even their own legend as well. One of them is Am Tich Islet, which is believed to be the teapot of the Jade Emperor accidentally dropped it into Ha Long due to its broken handle.
Am Islet is an island jutting out of the blue seawaters, its shape is like a pot of tea, a common house hold in Vietnamese family. According to the legends, it was the teapot of the Jade Emperor, who accidentally dropped it into Ha Long so, its handle was broken. And every times, when the tourists come here must be praised for admiring the natural beauty of the Am Islet.
Some 30-minute boating away from the Con Cóc Islet, on the way to the Ba Trái Ðào (Three Peaches) Island, visitors see a pen bobbing (But Islet) in the seawaters. This constitutes a monument of knowledge Mother Dragon wanted to pass down to the present-day generations.
Lying adjacent to the Pen Islet is a small attractive beach. Tourists can anchor there to take a bath.