Son Doong Cave - The World's Largest Caves

Son Doong, the biggest cave in the world, is considered the thumbnail planet that has its own river, jungle and climate. It’s over 5.5 m long, 200 m high and 150 m wide. Surprisingly, It could fit a 40-story-skycraper within its walls.


Although having been discovered by a local man, it was first explored in 2009 by the British Cave Research Association and opened to the public since 2013. 


Imagine that you are trekking into the depths of the world’s largest cave like nowhere else. Experience the unique beauty of the one-of-a-kind caves in the world.




The small and dense misty entrance where the cool air inside meets the hot cir outside. The moving clouds of mist makes its own magical atmosphere




The incredible river flows into the cave


The Garden of Edam where monkeys and flying foxes awaits your discovery



  The roof of the cave




The intriguing waterfall in the Son Doong Cave



The collection of cave pearls - how amazing it is!


The water drips down, dries up and leaves layers of calcite crystals on grains of sand

Discover everything inside, feel the extraordinary beauty and let your mind Vietnam travel through the majestic world!


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