Because he didn’t know what was on the other side, he was first afraid to approach it. But as time went on, this cave proved to be a valuable resource for the neighborhood and nearby scholars.
There are countless wonders on Earth, each one more magnificent than the previous. The reality is that a great deal of what exists in our world is invisible to the naked sight.
The cave was first discovered in 1991 by a Vietnamese farmer; it seemed to be undiscovered at the time. It was located in Vietnam’s Phon Nha-Ke Bang National Park. Unfortunately, he was unable to enter as well due to the tremendous boom of the water that met him at the doorway.
The discovery that British explorers discovered within the cave completely halted them in their tracks, but it took some time for them to decide to enter.
There is definitely a heavenly aspect to the place, which has been referred to as heaven on Earth.
Inside the cave are lakes with crystal clear water, rivers, and the best sand on earth. Soon Dong, measuring five kilometers in length and 150 meters in breadth, is the world’s biggest known cave.
The fact that this incredible cave has clouds, plants, and even animals is the most astounding feature of all.
To get there, you have to rappel down 80 meters, but the experience is definitely worth it.
To better appreciate how stunning this place is, look at the photos below. Truly astounding, really.
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