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Phong Nha Caves :

According to Phong Nha – Ke Bang World Natural Heritage Sitge management, a group of British explorers, led by the world famous spelunker, Howard Limbirt, will join this 20-day journey.

The trip will also have the participation of geologists from the Hanoi University for Natural Sciences.

The documentary, focusing on the Son Doong cave and the biodiversity of Phong Nha – Ke Bang, will be broadcast in 120 countries.

Nguyen Van Hoa, chairperson of the commune in which Son Doong is located, has proposed that the Government reward Ho Khanh, 40, who discovered the grotto.

Ho Khanh also found 12 other caves in Phong Nha – Ke Bang that he notes are not known to scientists yet.

In mid-2009, the British Royal Cave Society announced the discovery of the world’s largest cave by Ho Khanh, who had named it Son Doong. The cave is 2 kilometers in length, 150 meters at the highest point, and 90 meters wide.

Before this site was discovered, Deer Cave in Malaysia was recognized as the world’s biggest cave at 100 meters high, 90 meters wide and 2 kilometers long.  


The quiet country lanes and picturesque monuments make Hue an ideal place for driving. The tile-roofed ThanhToan Bridge is not only an ancient architectural remain with highly historic and cultural values but also a tourist attraction. From the centre Hue City to the Bridge is about 8km. The bridge is 17m long and 4m wide. On both sides of lean their backs. The bridge is roofed with tubes.

The Iperial City of Hue, the capital of Viet Nam during the reign of the Nguyen Dynasty, the last one in Viet Nam is one of the oldest cities in Viet Nam from 1802 to 1945.

Construction of the Imperial City, designed for exclusive use by the emperor, his family, and his retinue, started in 1804. The city is protected by a series of four enormous outer walls that are 7-10 meters thick. Access to the walled city is via four arched gates, the best known of which is the Ngo Mon Gate, built in 1834.

The Imperial City contains a series of palaces, ornate halls, libraries, residences, and colleges. Much of the City, including the Forbidden Palace, was destroyed during a vicious battle between opposing forces during the Tet Offensive of 1968. One can spend an entire afternoon wandering around the grounds of the Imperial City, viewing the ancient architecture of the Nguyen emperors and scars of recent battles.

The Imperial tombs are one of the highlights of Hue, and are more like small palaces than burial grounds. The architecture of each tomb is unique, but common themes are a large stone courtyard filled with life-size statues of soldiers, horses, mandarins and elephants. Inside the grounds are a pavilion with engraved biographies of the deceased king written by his successor, and the temple where the king is buried. Ponds and moats filled with lotus flowers add life to the grounds. Such as Tu Duc tomb

There are some antique temples that still remain now such as Thien Mu pagoda, Tu Hieu pagoda…visiting a temple while Buddhist Monks are at prayer, you will visit the conical hats and incense sticks making village where you can try to learn and how to make the conical hat and incense stick. Then, we ride to Vong canh hill to take the picture to the Perfume river and you will understand why the American built many Bunker here.

After that we will ride along the paddies fields and local villages to visit Thanh Toan bridge.
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