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DESTINATIONS Ha Long Bay Friday, 23 October 2015

Thien Cung Grotto

The cave is 10,000 square metres with complicated interior structure, many floors and high ceiling. The cave becomes famous thanks to a unique system of stalactites and stalagmites with different forms and shapes.

Thien Cung Grotto

Thien Cung Grotto (Heavenly Cave) is situated on Dau Go island (Wooden Stakes Island) in the Southwestern Halong Bay and about 4 kilometres from tourism wharf, which is considered the most beautiful primitive cave of the Bay. The cave is 10,000 square metres with complicated interior structure, many floors and high ceiling. The cave becomes famous thanks to a unique system of stalactites and stalagmites with different forms and shapes.

Thien Cung Grotto

Thien Cung Grotto is at the height of 25 metres above the sea level. Exploring Thien Cung Cave’s craggy cliffs is no easy task. Going through a narrow door, you would be surprised by a large space inside the cave that the further you walk, the more beautiful formation of stalactites come to your eyes.

Thien Cung Grotto

On the wall of the eastern side of the cave, am impressive picture of stalactites and stalagmites give tourists the most fantastic feeling ever. Make full use of your imagination to create pictures of fish schools, flocks of birds, and the daily life of people a giant natural rock pillar all natural sculptured by stalactites inside your mind you come to the centre of the cave.

Thien Cung Grotto

Above your head, on the ceiling of Thien Cung Grotto, amazing rows of stalagmites drooping through million years that create colourful pictures and melodies thank to the light and the wind flowing inside the cave.

Leaving the cave, tourist would feel a lingering sensation like just finish a tour to a massive art museum created by the Mother Nature.

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