Martin Garrix ventures into Son Doong Cave
Dutch DJ and record producer Martin Garrix spent four days in Son Doong Cave, in the central province of Quang Binh, calling it “the trip of a lifetime.”   
Quang Binh: Son Doong and Va caves introduced in Planet Earth documentary series
Son Doong and Va cave have been magnificently introduced in the BBC's famous Planet Earth documentary series, one of the world's most popular wild nature documentary television programmes.
Adventure tourism at Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park: A highlight of Quang Binh tourism
With a magnificent cave system, beautiful natural landscape, and diverse flora and fauna, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is the heart of tourism in Quang Binh Province and an attractive…
Vietkings announces top 20 unique tours in Vietnam
The Vietnam Records Organisation (VietKings) has announced a list of the top 20 unique travel experiences in Vietnam, with the aim of popularising the country’s tourism to both local and domestic visitors.
Vietnamese tourism promoted in Venezuela
An array of spectacular Vietnamese landscapes have been showcased by Venezuelan tourism magazine Viajes Venetur in their latest publication.
Son Doong Cave - Vietnam’s natural wonder is featured on Google homepage
(TITC) - Today April 14th, 2022, Son Doong cave in Quang Binh, Vietnam - was officially discovered in 2009 as the world’s largest cave - is featured as Google's Doodle on Google homepage of 17 countries and territories, including: Vietnam, Virgin Islands (US territory), UK, Sweden, Greece, Singapore… On this occasion, the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism is coordinating with Google, Quang Binh Department of…
Tours to discover Son Doong Cave fully booked through 2022
(TITC) - According to Quang Binh Provincial Department of Tourism and Oxalis Adventure Co., 1,000 slots for adventure tour to discover Son Dong - the world’s largest cave in the central province of Quang Binh have been fully booked for 2022. Roughly 100 first slots for 2023 also were registered, 80% of whom are foreigners.
Hanoi: Italian-Vietnamese photographic exhibition calls for acting in favor of nature
The exhibition titled “Italian Routes - Mountains, mountaineering, climate change” will take place from July 23 to August 23 at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology in Hanoi.  
The window to “show off” Vietnam’s tourism and culture to the world
The beautiful images featured in the virtual exhibition entitled the “Wonders of Vietnam” have officially appeared on the Google Art and Culture Library (Google Arts & Culture), delighting many people who love travel.
Opportunities for virtual tourism to take off
The Covid-19 pandemic has devastated the global tourism industry, paralysing all tourism activities. However, the freeze on traditional tourism has paved the way for digital tourism to take off further, in which virtual tourism is seen as a trend that is opening up new development opportunities for the hospitality sector.
Son Doong Cave among 10 best virtual tours of natural wonders
UK newspaper The Guardian has introduced readers who are remaining at home due to the Covid-19 epidemic to the 10 best virtual tours of natural wonders around the world, including Vietnam’s Son Doong Cave.  
Travel website names two Viet Nam’s caves most beutiful caves in Southeast Asia
(TITC)- Recently, Son Doong Cave (Quang Binh Province) and Sung Sot Cave (Ha Long Bay) has been listed among 10 wonders of caves in Southeast Asia by the travel website Thehoneycombers.com.  
Quang Binh - potential for tourism development
Quang Binh in central Viet Nam is well-known for natural landscapes, spiritual tourism destinations and historical relic sites.  
Russian news praises Son Doong as a lost world underground
The Russian News RT has praised Viet Nam’s Son Doong Cave as “A lost world below the surface”, quoting a group of Russian travellers who explored one of the most spectacular caves in the world.
Quang Binh opens new tour through Son Doong Cave in 2018
From 2018, the tour discovering the largest cave in the world - Son Doong - will be officially organised by exploiting the route through the cave after the successful pilot of passing the "Great Wall of Viet Nam" inside the cave.