The world that we live in is full of wonders; from the breathtaking mountains down to the remarkable bodies of water, humans are so blessed to be living in this kind of place. Some of us are lucky enough to have visit the many wonderful places this world has to offer while others are still working on to tick their bucket list of places to visit.
Speaking of bucket list, there’s this one place in Vietnam that you will surely add on your bucket list. Aside from its amazing view, the place has also a beautiful story to tell.
The discovery of this marvelous place started when a farmer was once exploring a cave which was never been found somewhere n Phon Nha-ke Bag National Park back in 1991.
While in the middle of his journey, unexpected water emerged from one entrances unveiling a whole new world to explore.
Since then, the cave was popularly known as Son Doong, a Vietnamese term which means “water cave.”
18 years after the farmer’s discover, a new group of scientists have explored the said cave and they were all stunned after realizing they have found the world’s largest cave and indeed a portal to a whole new breathtaking world.
The journey inside the cave is quite difficult but definitely worth it. Inside, it contains its own lake, fauna, and even clouds. You may also take a dip in its own beach while others might take an eye feast while observing the fossil view inside.
You can also find a miniature jungle with various animals lie bats, birds, and monkeys making the cave as their habitat. And since the cave is isolated, you can also feel its own unique climate inside.
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A truly amazing cave you can only see once in a lifetime, an adventure you will surely never forget.
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