A group of researchers has discovered 41 new caves in Dai Cao, Dai Ai, Hung Thung, Hung Lau belonging to Phong Nha-Ke Bang Centre.
The management board of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park announced on April 24 th that among the newly discovered, Ky Cave is considered the deepest one in Vietnam with a depth of 320 metres. At Ky Cave’s bottom, there is another cave of 50 metres high and 4 kilometres long. The widest cave named Cua Nho, with several caves of a hundred metres wide. These 41 newly found caves lie within a 20 kilometre long range.
Also, the Director of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park said that a NHK movie group from Japan will visit to make a film about Son Doong Cave on April 26 th . The film is expected to be shown on the international version of NHK Channel broadcast to more than 200 countries and territories.
Source: SGGP Translated by Chung Anh