Son Doong Cave - The World Largest Cave

Son Doong cave, the world's largest cave which was explored by the British Caving Association in 2009. Son Doong Cave is 150m high, 200m wide. Hard to find words to describe the beauty and the spectacular of Son Doong. There it is, just "can not compare"...

Here are some photos captured by photographer Carsten Peter who was in the expedition.

Song Doong Cave

Son Doong Cave resides in the complex of Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park, but only recently discovered in 2009

Son Doong Cave

The lush green arbrisseau obstructed roads into the cave.

Son Doong Cave

Son Doong Cave is up to 91m wide and 244m high, this height is about a 40-storey high building in New York.

Son Doong Cave

The expedition is to climb down to Ken cave. Lights from the below looks like mysterious eyes

Son Doong Cave

Son Doong Cave

Grotto deep chasms, climbing down need to use hundreds of meters long cable

Son Doong cave

There are some large lakes inside the cave with crystal clear water.

Son Doon Cave

The sculpture of nature.

Son Doong cave

The expedition had to cross the stream to go into greater depth Loong Con cave.

Son Doong Cave

The giant stalactite at the bottom of the cave.

Son Doong Cave

These stones like pearls of the mountain.

Son Doong Cave

The cliff-like cactus in the cave Loong Con.

Son Doong cave

Waterfalls from above.

Son Doong cave

Where do the lighting, where it has plants and bird species live.

Son Doong cave

Explorer to drill exploration geologist.

Son Doong cave

Light to illuminate the cave Loong Con bizarre rocks that explorers named it the Cactus Garden.

Son Doong cave

Photographer Carsten Peter, who had joined the expedition to carry the picture