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Quang Binh Plans to Build World’s Longest Zipline Course

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The Quang Binh zipline system, along with a world-class tourism service complex, will be built in a mountainous area of 350,000 square metres in the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, which is also home to Son Doong Cave.

The complex will run over Chay River to the entrance of Toi (Darkness) Cave to offer travellers a magnificent view of nature and wildlife. The zipline and the complex will be capable of serving 1,000 tourists per day and is part of the province’s efforts to develop tourism, a key industry expected to fuel Quang Binh’s socio-economic development.

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