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Tien Ong Cave

Tien Ong cave is also called “God Cave”. It is situated on Cai Tai Island, near the Cua Van Fishing Village in Halong bay.

Tien Ong Cave is different from other cave in Halong bay with entrance wide (50m) and high (14m), the cave is deep underground about 50 meters with acreage is around 1,000 square meters.

It officially opened 10 years ago – 2010, later than so many other caves that’s why it isn’t top attractive points in Halong bay. However its attraction is increasing base on real value of archaeological history and the beautiful landscape of stalactities.

The stone artifacts, animal bones, pottery shards, shells and ancient tools which have date 10.000 – 2000 BC have been found and are showing inside the cave. They contain a lot of human history information in Vietnam in particular and the Earth in general.

This will be an ideal destination for travelers who prefer tranquility and desire to expand their historical knowledge.

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