Quang Binh, which located in central Vietnam, has the narrowest width but contains valuable heritage of the cave world stature. Recently, large caves were found respectively as: Phong Nha – Ke Bang, Thien Duong, Hang En and Son Doong. However, only two big ones are Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park and the Paradise, which are open to tourists. The remaining caves are in the rugged mountainous region, do not have just the trail and still serve the research.
Thien Duong Cave is around 30kms from Son Trach town, where Phong Nha Caves are located. The Cave was discovered by local man Ho Khanh in 2005. British Cave Research Association (BCRA) representatives explored and named it Paradise. They listed it as “the longest dry cave in Asia” (100m high, more than 200m wide, and large enough to hold 1,000 people), which might be formed 300-400 million years ago.
Allow 3 hours for a leisurely tour as there is quite a bit of climbing – either along steps or longer path – to get to the cave’s entrance. The lighting is subtle, the 1km walking platform is well constructed with good lookout space and the cave is well protected from overexcited tourists. And, that’s all incidental to the incredible beauty of the cave. Besides, 6 km more for an adventure travel programs specifically.
Considered as the “underground palace”, the cave is one of the wonders of the magnificent and most fanciful world. In comparison with the Phong Nha Cave’s stalactites, the cave has more shapes and sizes. Especially in the same picture with the cultural icons of the region, deep in the fibers are more comfortable kicking out the ladder is very flexible, long-hun as smoking and graded terraces. In the middle of the cave, there are cells as symbolic of the wet rice civilization; many stalactite columns of Champa are very beautiful pyramids.
The mysterious natural beauty of Thien Duong cave will fascinate all visitors. Local authority a trying their best to develop along with preserve not only Thien Duong cave, but also other caves and grottoes within Phong Nha – Ke Bang complex.