VietNamNet Bridge – Phong Nha – Ke Bang in Quang Binh province, incentral Vietnam, is preparing to celebrate its tenth anniversary ofbeing awarded the UNESCO world natural heritage title.
This heritage began to be popular in 1991 when the British Caving Association came to explore this site. Since then, Quang Binh has been known internationally with extraordinary cave system.
The cave resources are the motivation to promote the image and sustainable development of Quang Binh.
Forests are everywhere in Vietnam and there are caves too. Any place that has limestone mountains, there are caves there. However, caves in Phong Nha – Ke Bang are unfamiliar with the other. They are exceptionally large, with magnificent stalactites, complicated structures, strange and mysterious about the length and the space.