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  • Enjoying yourself at Sun Spa Resort

    Enjoying yourself at Sun Spa Resort

    Quang Binh is a coastal province with the coat dotted with blue water, yellow sand beaches that sparkle under forests of green willow trees. Endowed with many charming landscapes of mountain and sea, Quang Binh has become an ideal destinations not only for Vietnamese but also foreigners. In this trip, tourists shall take time to visit Phong Nha Glotto one of the most beautiful grottoes in Vietnam. Made up of various stalactites and stalagmites, Phong Nha Grotto offers spectators some imagination to see several stalactites and stalagmites resembling a woman dancer, an elephant, a tiger and other animals and birds. Besides, the tourist shall be very relaxed to stay at Sun Spa Resort which is set amidst a spacious 29 hectares of landscaped garden along pristine white sand Bao Ninh Beach and on the banks of the legendary of Nhat Le river.

  • Two days exploring the beauty of Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park

    Two days exploring the beauty of Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park

    Located to the north of the majestic Truong Son range in central Quang Binh province, Phong Nha-Ke Bang national park, a world natural heritage site acknowledged by UNESCO, is one of the world's two largest limestone regions. The over 200,000 ha of parkland includes beautiful limestone formations, grottoes and caves, and boasts lush forestland covering 95 percent of the park area. The area is considered a paradise for researchers and explorers of grottoes and caves. The Phong Nha cave itself which lends its name to the whole system is probably the most beautiful of all, containing many fascinating rock formations, enchanting visitors with evocative names such as Lion, Fairy Caves, Royal Court and Buddha. The Cham People has used Phong Nha Cave as Buddhist sanctuaries in the 9 and 10 centuries. Visit the cave, you will have a chance to explore the remain of Cham altars and inscriptions inside the cave.