Son Doong Cave, a cave belongs to the Phong Nha-Ke Bang grotto system in central Quang Binh Province, has been discovered to be the biggest in the world.
Son Doong 9km long, 200m wide and 150m deep. Besides the beauty that anyone should see that breathlessly overwhelmed by nature’s masterpiece in Vietnam.. Cave was formed about 2 to 5 million years ago, ever since the cave has developed a cave ecosystems along the underground river and trees .. Although discovered in 1991, however, until 2006, when an expedition of the British Royal Society to search for new caves in Phong Nha – Ke Bang, his new Khanh brought his story to tell they listen and expedition decided to come here.
Son Doong is much larger than Deer Cave in Malaysia, currently considered the world’s largest, an explorer said (Deer is 90 meters wide, 100 meters high and 2 kilometers long). The Son Doong cave has replaced to take pole position as the world’s largest cave. bristish explorers have recently discovered that Son Doong is much larger than the world’s biggest known cave.
These little round seeds alive in Son Doong cave accidentally formed when mineral water dripping from the cave ceiling too fast during forming stalagmites. In the cave, the explorers even find a primeval forest vegetation with extremely rich and varied Beauty can make any traveler must also overwhelmed The press and the international media has repeatedly reported on the cave masterpiece of Vietnam Photographer Ryan Deboodt decided to exploring and returning to the impressive image of the trip to visit the cave Son Doong and his articles are published in DailyMail
Great combination of water and limestone rocks created strange shapes Son Doong cave has overtaken Malaysia Deer Cave and become the world’s largest natural Annually, this cave attracts many tourists from many countries and regions
On 13/5, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam interview ABC News in the US TV program ‘Good morning’ -good Morning America – introduction to the Son Doong cave and the tourist attractions of Vietnam.