The incredible underworld in Vietnam

Curated by BuffaloTripOctober 23, 2015 Viewed: 1060

The lively and beautiful “underworld” of the caves of Thien Duong (Paradise), Phong Nha or Bich Dong – Tam Coc can surprise any visitor.

Dau Go Cave

Dau Go cave is a must-see destination on the tour of Ha Long Bay, Quang Ninh.

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The diversified stalactites inside the cave are so beautiful that each visitor can tell the story of his own about this fairy world.

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Phong Nha Cave

Phong Nha cave in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park is one of the caves that both domestic and foreign tourists want to see once in their lifetime.

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The mysterious beauty of this cave surprise all visitors.

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Paradise Cave

Paradise Cave (Quang Binh province) is the longest dry cave in Asia.

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Inside the cave, you can imagine you are in a mystical palace with magnificent structure.

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Son Doong Cave

Son Doong has recently attracted world attention as the largest cave in the world.

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Son Doong ranked first in the list of the new destinations in the 21st Century, organized by Smithsonian.

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Tu Lan Cave

The cave of Tu Lan (Quang Binh) is not as big as Son Doong, but its unique characteristics are also charming which surprise all visitors and make them want to come back.

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You can swim in the crystal-clear stream or lie on rocky and watch the ceiling. That would be a feeling of self-discovery in conquering the craggy and sharp cliffs.

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Va Cave

Va Cave is located in the heart of Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park. It was discovered in 2000 but did not open for tourists until July of 2015 (this year).

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The small door is covered with vines. To enter this cave, you need to have the support of experts. As soon as you step into the cave, you will see a fantastic, unreal world.

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Huong Tich Cave

Huong Tich Cave located in tourist resort of Huong Pagoda (or Perfume Pagoda). To visit Huong Tich Cave, visitors have to pass the Yen River, climb to the top of the 900m mountain and walk for about 200 m.

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After that long road, you will enjoy the incredible beauty inside the cave, which is called “the most beautiful cave in Vietnam”.

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