Hang En may not be the largest cave in the world but definitely is an once-in-a-lifetime experience. Hang En (swift cave) is the world’s third-largest cave after Son Doong Cave (Vietnam) and Deer Cave (Malaysia), located within Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park. Hang En cave has the length more than 1.6 km, including 3 gates, the height of the ceiling is about 100m, and the highest point is 170m. In the cave, there is a green stream flowing around leading to Mount Son Doong. Hang En cave was voted as one of the most breathtaking caves in the world by National Geographic
Lao is the only landlocked country in Southeast Asia; in return, the Mother Nature gives people here pristine forests and a gentle Mekong River. Especially are giant ancient Buddhist statues dotted around a Mekong Riverside meadow as if they are telling religious stories.
Buddha Park (also called Wat Xieng Khuan) is a famous sculpture garden with more than 200 reinforced concrete religious statues of Lao. Situated in about 25km South East from downtown Vientiane on the bank of Mekong River, Buddha Park is a mystery destination that any tourist wants to discover when coming to Lao.
Vietnam is known as one of the countries which has the best cuisine in the world. Each dish is diverse in flavor and ingredients, low in fat and high in carbohydrates. The recipes focus on the balance of salty, sweet and sour. Travelling in Vietnam, food lovers definitely try signature dishes such as Pho, rice noodle with grilled pork, Vietnamese crispy pancake, traditional bread, etc. However, there is a group of dishes that are probably strange to the tourists. You may think these foods are horrible and weird, but in fact, Vietnamese people love it.