The unspoiled beauty of Southeast Asia’s longest volcanic cave
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The unspoiled beauty of Southeast Asia’s longest volcanic cave

The longest volcanic cave system in Southeast Asia can be found in H.Krong No, Dak Nong province; come see its unspoiled beauty.

Domestic and international experts have discovered the length of Southeast Asia's longest volcanic cave at H.Krong No, Dak Nong province, after many days of exploration and discovery.

In Dak Nong province, experts and explorers discover the longest contract system in Southeast Asia. Dak Nong province's Department of Information and Communications.

As a result, during the survey of cave C7 - Southeast Asia's longest contract - expert groups discovered some new branches and explored an additional 175 meters of the cave's length. The length of cave C7 has increased to 1,240 meters as a result of this new discovery. This will be a valuable source of scientific material for international heritage, supplementing the upcoming dossier for re-appraisal.

The contract in H.Krong No is a basalt contract system about 10 km long that scientists discovered in 2014, setting a record for scale, length, and uniqueness in Southeast Asia.

The mouth of cave C7 in H.Krong No, Dak Nong province, which has the longest contract in Southeast Asia. Dak Nong province's Department of Information and Communications.

Because the cave is extremely dark, domestic and international experts must bring flashlights to explore. 

Foreign experts are photographing the longest contract in Southeast Asia.

It takes fortitude and good health to discover Dak Nong province's longest contract system in Southeast Asia.

Aerial view of the contract system in H.Krong No, Dak Nong province.

The OSH system in Dak Nong is considered unspoiled, with many traces of prehistoric tribes' habitation from 6,000 to 7,000 years ago.

The expedition discovered an additional 175 meters of cave C7's length, bringing the cave's total length to 1,240 meters, the longest in Southeast Asia.

Source: Xuân Lâm (Báo Thanh Niên) - Photo: Department of Information and Communications of Dak Nong province.


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