Quang Binh province is famous for one thing. Every year, heaps upon heaps of travelers come here to see the world class cave formation.
Located in Phong Nha-Ke Bang national park, Paradise cave or Thien Duong cave, found out in 2005, is considered as Asian longest dry cave. Some experts even said that Paradise cave is more beautiful than Phong Nha cave, which used to be called the number-one cave in Vietnam.
Since its open to public in 2010, Thien duong cave has become a popular tourist destination thanks to its miraculous beauty, with impressive length and breathtaking view.
To reach the cave mouth, you have to hike up 500 stairs. This may be a challenge for some of you, but the rewards are rich.
On contrary to its 1 diameter entrance, the cave inside is truly enormous. Stalactites drive from every bit of the ceiling, and strange formations crop up everywhere. Everything is illuminated by well placed LED lights, and it’s a truly spectacular sight.