Explore the Paradise Cave (Thien Duong Cave)

Located at an altitude of 360 meters above sea level, you can find one of the wonders of Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park

By Quang Binh Tourism Department

Quang Binh Tourism Board, Oxalis Adventure

Paradise Cave - 13 by Truong Thinh TouristQuang Binh Tourism Department

The longest dry cave in Asia

The Cave had been researched and explored by British Royal Cave Association. They surprisingly identified 31,4 km length, from 40 meters to 100 meters height and 30 meters to 150 meters width.

According to them, Paradise cave is the longest dry cave in Asia, with a lot of fantastic stalagmites, stalactites beyond human beings’ imagination.

Paradise Cave - 1 by Truong Thinh TouristQuang Binh Tourism Department

Paradise Cave is a masterpiece of nature, a palace underground of the world’s heritage – Phong Nha Ke Bang

Paradise Cave - 9 by Truong Thinh TouristQuang Binh Tourism Department

Paradise Cave - 12 by Truong Thinh TouristQuang Binh Tourism Department

The stalactites in the cave are extremely plentiful, multiformed and vary-colored with different names based on its characteristics and shapes: drapery, stalactites, stalagmite, column, rimstone, flowstone, travertine…

Paradise Cave - 3 by Truong Thinh TouristQuang Binh Tourism Department

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The stalactites have many different shapes and forms that look like towers, terrace fields, lotus flowers, dragon .. up to your imagination.

Paradise Cave - 7 by Truong Thinh TouristQuang Binh Tourism Department

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Paradise Cave was confirmed to be dated back 4-5 million years. However, many stalagmites and stalactites were determined to be up to 450 millions years old, even before the era of dinosaurs. Most of them were formed from corals, bones and shells of sea creatures when the area was still underwater, creating an out of this world paradise on earth.

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