Phong Nha cave

Ke Bang dist, Quang Binh, Vietnam
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The world’s longest underground river winds through Vietnam’s Phong Nha cave system, the name of which translates as ” The wind’s fang”. Entering this cave is like venturing into the mouth of a giant beast, all the more mysterious since the cave rings with strange noise.
Locals say it is music from a banquet hosted by the mountain God, but the acoustic tricks are actually echoes, which bounce off the limestone cliffs of the cave. Shaped like a tube with a roof curved like the hull of a boat, this cave has acoustics properties similar to those of the fingal cave in Scotland.
Phong Nha Caves, also called Troc Caves, lie in the limestone cliffs of Ke Bang in Quang Binh province, 50 km northwest of Dong Hoi. Like most of the caves in this area, the Phong Nha Caves were shaped by the Chai River.

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