Have you ever wondered what may be hiding under a gigantic rock you often see nearby? Or could it be possible that an undiscovered world is lurking underneath huge rock formations?
Apparently, that is possible as that is exactly what happened with a Vietnamese farmer who unexpectedly discovered a hidden world just because he got too curious after a saw a strange rock.
According to an article by TheePochTimes, in 1991, a farmer in Vietnam named Ho Khanh saw a strange rock on a mountain and took a look.
Much to his surprise, behind the rock, was the entrance to a large cave—and it was much larger than what he assumed at first glance.
In fact, the Son Doong cave is the largest cave in the world, spanning 5 kilometers long and 200 meters high. The biggest stretch of this large cavern is so big it can hold an entire New York City block.
Inside the cave is an entire rainforest; so large it has its own weather system.
Amazingly, the cave even has its own beach!
Because the cave is located in a remote location and it requires a steep climb to enter it, only a few people have been brave enough to explore its beauty which is why it was not widely known. But then in 2009, people from the British Cave Research Association formally explored and publicized their findings.
Since the findings were made available to the public, many expressed their interest in exploring the cave. It wasn’t until 2010 that the cave was fully explored by people. Everyone sharing the amazing beauty of nature through their social media accounts.
Now, Son Doong is considered a tourist attraction in Vietnam and is part of the bucket list of adventurous people.