A stunning photograph of Chris Miller, a photographer, taken in Son Doong Cave – the biggest known cave in the world is described as a fairy-tale world of the aliens in the National Geographic.
Despite of disadvantages of weather, tourism products and facilities, Quang Binh tourism has planned to improve forms of beach tourism, and especially to develop cave and spiritual tourism in 2014.
Surrounding spectacular Phong Nha Cave along with pristine natural scenery, Son River becomes a new tourist attraction in Quang Binh alluring tourists. Immersing in the flow of the river, tourists will surely get interesting experiences.
Along with famous caves in Phong Nha - Ke Bang, Tu Lan Cave gradually takes an important role to promote Quang Binh tourism worldwide. The magnificent cave with its mysterious beauty deserves to be an appealing scenic spot for tourists.
Retaining a particularly important position in the war against American imperialists, Xuan Son Ferry has become legendary in the history of Vietnamese people. It witnessed the heroic feats of Vietnam soldiers and war crimes of American imperialism.
In May 2015, Son Doong Cave in Vietnam, the biggest cave in the world will be directly shown on Good Morning America program of ABC Television firm. This is a great chance for Quang Binh province to promote the image of Son Doong to the entire world.