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If you’re a passionate traveller and wish to experience the hidden beautiful places of the world, you must visit the Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Parkin the central region of Vietnam. Mountains, rivers, caves, jungles, valleys, you name it! When you travel to Phong Nha, you’ll surely find a wide array of activities to choose from since it is considered to be one of the best places in Vietnam and is home to some of the world’s most colossal and spellbinding caves; the most revered ones being the world’s largest cave – Son Doong, the third biggest cave in the world – Hang En, the cave with the rarest and most extraordinary cave formations ever seen – Hang Va, one of the most prominent and gorgeously mysterious cave systems in the world – Tu Lan Cave System and other tourist caves like the Phong Nha cave, Paradise Cave and Dark Cave. When in Phong Nha, you can also visit the Bong Lai Valley and Nuoc Mooc Eco-Trail to truly be able to admire the natural beauty in this part of the world.

Apart from the many majestic caves to explore in the region, the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is also where the spectacular Phong Nha Botanical Garden resides. The Phong Nha Botanical Garden is one of the best attractions in the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park. Amongst others, visiting the Phong Nha Botanical Garden is surely one of the answers if you’re wondering what to do in Phong Nha!

Travellers often find it difficult to properly describe the beauty of the Phong Nha Botanical Garden and say that it’s one of the most tranquil areas they’ve been in during that Vietnam travels. If you’re a fan of solo exploration, visiting the Phong Nha Botanical Garden is an ideal choice for you! This place spans over 40 hectares and its diverse ecosystem is known to be home to over 500 plant species. Once you make your way here, you will receive an English language map of the whole area while signing in. This informative map will cost you just VND 40,000. The tropical forest inside is absolutely stunning and at no point will you get lost, as it is very easy to follow the designated trail. While trekking along the path, you will be surrounded by biodiversity like never before; lots of plants of different species will be seen with signs. Make sure to not miss the gorgeous orchids and the birds as well. To get the best out of your journey to the Phong Nha Botanical Garden, it is recommended to visit during the cold days between December and February, as it is quite refreshing.