Son Doong, Cu Chi Tunnels, and Sung Sot Cave are unique Vietnam wonders of the nature. They are named in many articles of CNN (US). Besides, other artificial wonders like shelter in Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi are also mentioned.
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.
As the biggest known cave in the world, Son Doong Cave is situated in the heart of Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park. It will be actually an excellent experience when exploring the mysterious land.
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.
According to The New York Times, Son Doong Cave was named in 52 Places to go in 2014. After being explored in 2009, Son Doong has attracted attention of many international press such as BBC, National Geographic, Huffington Post, and so forth.
2014 is probably a successful year of Vietnam tourism. There is no less than 10 times Vietnam was appreciated by international press and entered into the world’s prestigious rankings. Let's review remarkable achievements of Vietnam tourism in this year.
To preserve natural world heritages in Vietnam, recently cave tours in Vietnam and Australia have been developed. According to the cooperation, Son Doong Cave, the biggest cave in the world will be more protected and preserved.
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.