Tag Archives: Son Doong

Vietnam World Heritage Sites

Among hundreds of tourist landscapes spreading through from north to south, Vietnam has 8 of them that are World Heritage Sites recognized by UNESCO as of 2016. These sites are valuable and special of cultural and physical significance with the country’s ethnically and natural properties. Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park Phong Nha – Ke Bang is located at …

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Cave World in Quang Binh

Quang Binh is a coastal province in north-central Vietnam, also the narrowest province. Quang Binh shares border with Laos in the west, sea in the east, Ha Tinh province in the north and Quang Tri in the south. There are 5 major rivers flowing through this region: Gianh, Ron, Nhat Le, Ly Hoa and Dinh. River system helps to create …

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Restricted Areas in Vietnam: Nature at its finest

It is sad but true that the most beautiful, raw and horrifying scenes of nature belong mostly to the restricted areas. To visit some of these areas foreigners need to have a permit, and to some, both locals and foreigners will have to. Each of these places has the finest beauty as well as the reasons to be restricted and …

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Numerous foreign tourists book adventure tours to Son Doong cave

According to International Travel Agency Oxalis, the unit permitted to run trial tours at the largest Son Doong cave, the number of tourist booking adventure tours to discover the cave is very crowded and full until next year. Accordingly, there are over 400 tourists booking tour to Son Doong cave in 2014. The tours cost at least USD 3,000 including …

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Explore largest cave in the world

With impressive figures: 9 km long, 200 m wide, 150 m deep, Son Doong cave of Vietnam is really a special attraction to international visitors. However, the most amazing of the largest natural cave in the world is breathtaking beauty that it would blow you away. Here are photos of Son Doong cave posted on National Geographic Son Doong cave is …

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