A brief flight from Hanoi is the little city of Dong Hoi the funding of Quang Binh Province. In addition, it can be reached by a brief drive in the Imperial city of Hue. It's largely been abandoned within an off the beaten track place.
Even though there isn't much from the town itself that the surrounding region is just one of the limestone karsts, mountain and lakes scenery and of course the neighborhood and world-famous caves. If you want to buy dong you may browse www.dinarinc.com/buy-vietnamese-dong.
Paradise cave known to the natives as Thien Duong Cave was found by the British Cave Research Association in 2005 and situated in the Phong Nha – Ke Bang park conservation area and is about 40 kilometers from Dong Hoi airport and the flight takes just over 45 minutes.
Although only 200 meters over sea level, the cave is 31 km long and the most arid cave in South East Asia. The title heaven cave has been selected because of the spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.
With obviously primitive attributes Thien Duong Cave resembles a landscape painting using a run of white crystal stalactites including glass columns and lots of other magnificent formations.
The cave has been believed to have formed over 400 million decades back in the streams flowing through the region and has been made a UNESCO world heritage website.
For all those concerned about lodging in Dong Hoi, there's been more and more resorts and guesthouses opening up to appeal to many different budgets.