Son Doong cave to be aired on US television
Son Doong Cave, the largest cave in the world, is set to be showcased on American television. The central province of Quang Binh in Vietnam and the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) have partnered to promote the natural beauty of Son Doong and En Caves on Good Morning America. The live broadcast is scheduled to air in May 2015.
Here are some key takeaways:
- Son Doong Cave to be aired on Good Morning America
- ABC and Quang Binh promote caves’ beauty
- Natural wonder to be shown globally.
Joint Effort between Quang Binh and ABC to Promote the Natural Beauty of Son Doong and En Caves
To ensure the success of the program, ABC recently conducted field trips to the two caves to gather information and create a comprehensive promotion plan in collaboration with Oxalis Limited Company. This joint effort offers Quang Binh a unique opportunity to showcase the breathtaking images of Son Doong and En Caves to a global audience.
Son Doong Cave: A Natural Wonder and Must-See Destination.
Son Doong Cave is a true natural wonder, stretching over 5.5 miles in length, complete with a jungle and river system. Its walls are large enough to fit a 40-story skyscraper, making it truly one of the world’s most remarkable geological formations.
Travel website Global Grasshopper has listed Son Doong Cave among the top 10 “most breathtakingly beautiful places to visit on the planet,” making it a must-see destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. With the upcoming broadcast on Good Morning America, the world will have a chance to see the beauty of this amazing cave for themselves.
In conclusion, the live broadcast of Son Doong and En Caves on Good Morning America represents a fantastic opportunity for Quang Binh to promote its natural beauty to a global audience. With the stunning images of these caves, the province is sure to become a top travel destination in the near future.