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Fong Nya Kebang National Park in Vietnam

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Fongya Kebang National Park is a natural landscape ensemble consisting of a system of caves and virgin forest. Territorially, the park occupies more than 85   000 hectares.

The karst landscape of the park, which began to form in the Paleozoic era, is today recognized as the oldest karst region in Asia. In the past, this area has repeatedly been subjected to powerful tectonic impacts, which led to the complexity of the structure of the karst landscape.

In April 2009, a cave system with an underground river was discovered in the park by British researchers. The cave reaches 65 kilometers in length, and is currently considered the largest in the world.

The park is home to many different species of plants and animals, some of which are listed in the Red Book.

The most popular cave in the park is Fongya Cave, which is 44 kilometers long. The cave consists of numerous large and small grottoes – Kheri, Khetki, Yen, Khetien and others. Fongya Cave is one of the most beautiful in the world. This place is ideal for tourist development, the cave, above all, attracts with the longest water cave, the widest and highest entrance, a picturesque underground lake, beautiful and wide rocky and sandy deposits, the longest underground river, as well as majestic and mysterious stalagmites and stalactites .

Since 2003, Fong Nya-Kebang National Park has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Author: Kelly Costine