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Son Doong cave impressed whith international visitors

Recently, the UK’s Telegraph newspaper published pictures of Son Doong gorgeous, the world’s largest cave in Vietnam, has attracted strong attention of international travelers.
Australian photographer John Spies, 59, spent a week in order to capture the best images of the natural wonders of the Son Doong cave system (Bo Trach District, Quang Binh Province). John has lived in Thailand since 1977 and is the Cave Lodge hotel is famous here.
  “The trip has left me feeling hard to describe, I did get a job unlike any other job that I can do in my life.” He has shared the comments when asked about the implementation of the system image and discover Son Doong cave.
Hang Son Doong, with a width of 200 m, 150 m higher than 5km long, is the largest cave in the world as of this moment. It was found by a local man named Ho Khanh in 1991 and the Royal British explorers exploration in 2006.
The scientists studied the geology and conclude caves were formed about 2 -5 million years ago by the river eroded the limestone foothills. The cave was put into operation in early May 8/2013. The entrance to the cave is quite small, flickering fog rado escape the cold air inside the high temperature outside. Guests have to climb down a steep 80m wall with climbing equipment needed to advance deep into the cave. Large temperature differences create small clouds move negligently, especially near the door when viewed from the inside.
The cave is such a monumental paintings, to the bewitching beauty with stalactites blocks with strange shapes. Limestone increasingly weakened and collapsed ceiling windows create large as we see today. Over parts store, light spill into the cave like a big waterfall. Light penetrates into the interior of the cave stalactites which caused the emerald glow.
In a section of the roof collapsed Son Doong cave, trees grow lush, complex engineering a great forest in the heart of the cave. The explorers named here as the “Garden of Eden”.
John said, it is a great thing as 3-4 km inside the cave that you can still see the sunlight. The size of the cave is a wonderful thing when we allow 5 nights camping here.

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