Selasa, 08 Agustus 2017

The Most Amazing and Beautiful Cave In The World

The cave is a hole in the ground that is large enough and deep that can be entered by humans. In the millions of caves on this earth there are some amazing and fascinating caves for us to look at. Among these are the Langjokul Caves in Iceland formed by glacier ice or Marble Cave in Chile whose walls are stained by marble or also Gong Caves in Indonesia that have stalactites and stalagmites simultaneously and on the walls when hit will sound like sound of musical instruments Gong

The Most Amazing Cave In The World that was formed since millions of years ago that we reported from oddee.com.

-Gong Cave, Indonesia


Gong Cave is a cave located in the village of Bomo, Punung district, Pacitan regency, Indonesia. Cave with a depth of 256 meters there are stalactites and stalagmites that formed thousands of years ago as high as tens of meters to form limestone pillars.On the ceiling of the cave there are many seepages of water containing lime solution through fine cracks which then hatch and fall to the bottom of the cave.

Due to the evaporation, what is left is the CaCo2 crystal that hangs on the ceiling of the cave. This phenomenon is often also called stalactite.

While the water that fell into the cave and vaporize again so that the form of calcite crystals with a stick-like shape sticking out of the bottom of the cave. This phenomenon is often also called stalagmite.

Both Stalactites and Stalagmites will continue to grow and will continue to form pillars in the cave.

The beauty of this cave is not only in its amazing Stalactite and Stalactite formations. But on the walls of the cave when beaten will sound like the sound of gongs echoing inside the cave. Therefore the local people call this cave as Gong Cave

-Tham Lod Cave, Thailand

Tham Lod is one of the most amazing caves and easy to access in Thailand. This limestone cave forms the formation of stalakit and cave coffin hidden in the main cave. Tham Lod Cave, which has a length of 1.5 kilometers that is much shorter than other caves but the main cave space as high as about 50 meters is spectacular and amazing.

The one-third cave in the aliri by the Lang River will give you a chance to encircle the cave with a bamboo raft in the dark while listening to the sound of bats flying.

-Son Doong Cave, Vietnam

Son Doong Cave is the largest cave in the world located in Quang Binh province, Vietnam. This cave was created since 25000000 years ago by river water eroding limestone below the mountain where the existence of limestone stone is still very fragile, the ceiling collapsed and created a big Skylight.

The 200-meter-high cave, 150m wide and 5km long, make it the largest cave in the world with its own river, forest and climate.

But the entrance is small and covered by fog because of the cold air inside which is in contact with the hot air outside the cave and the forest around it. Visitors must descend as deep as 80 meters from a steep cliff wall using a harness or rope.

The large temperature difference also makes the clouds of fog especially near two cave windows that provide a magical but real atmosphere.

-Batu Caves, Malaysia

Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves in Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia. The name of this cave is taken from the name of Batu River flowing through the hill and Batu Cave is also the name of a nearby village.

This cave is one of the most popular Hindu temples outside of India. This cave is dedicated to the Murugun Gods and Batu Caves is also the focal point of the Hindu Festival of Thaipusam in India.
Limestone forms a limestone cave that has been created for 400 million years. Some cave entrances are used as shelters by the Indigenous Findings. This cave was discovered in 1860 when the Chinese began digging guano from the cave for the fertilization of their vegetables.

From some of the caves that exist in this place, Temple Cave is the most popular place. So named because in this cave there are several Hindu temples under high vaulted ceilings. The Temple Cave was built in 1920


-Benagil Sea, Algarve Coast, Portugal

It is located on Carrera Lake, Buenos Aries, Pantagonia, Chile. The cave walls are gray and blue (some of them submerged) which are all very fascinating. With the bluish-green water color of Lake Carrera, the cave on the lake side and the most famous are Chapel (La Capilla), Cathedral (El Catredal) and Cave (La Cueva).

With a unique geographical location a group of caves, tunnels, and marble are made in monoliths of marmaer and formed by waves of water for over 6,000 years. You can visit this place by small boat or kayak.

-Es Mendenhall, Alaska

There are only a few places in the world where you can see every stage of water circulation as well as a miracle at Ice Mendenhall Lake. The cave, located in Mendenhall Valley, 12 miles from downtown Juneau, Southeast Alaska is protected as part of the Mendenhall Glacier Recreation Area.

-Waitomo Glowworw, New Zealand
Waitomo Glowworw Cave is located on the island north of New Zealand. This area is known by its inhabitants to Glowworw.

This cave is part of the Waitomo Cave system which also includes the Ruakuri Cave and the Aranui Cave. This cave is created from the geological activity of limestone that has created 300 limestone caves in the Waitomo region since 30 million years ago. Limestone that occurs from fossilized reefs, shells, fish skeletons and many other small animal organisms. Over the years it has become a fossilized stone lined with one another and compressed into limestone.

The cave is formed when the motion of the earth causes hard limestone and curved under the sea to rise above sea level. Like a rock that is exposed to the air creates a gap that allows water to flow and dissolve in the limestone to form a large cave for millions of years.

-Langjokul, Iceland
Langjokul is a new tourist attraction opened on June 1, 2015 ago. With an area of ​​about 950 square kilometers (mostly rising between 1200 to 1300 meters above sea level). The cave that runs 200-300 meters to a dense ice glacier at 30 meters below sea level makes this the largest man-made ice structure in the world.

If you are inside this cave, you will see ice that has been growing for hundreds of years. As you walk around in the cave tunnel you will witness the change of color from white to blue






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