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Don’t miss out on this ‘Stone Park’ in Vietnam

Thursday, May 26, 2016, 17:31 GMT+7
The small caves are shaped by overlapping blocks of stone.
The small caves are shaped by overlapping blocks of stone.
A road leading to Rai Cave
A road leading to Rai Cave
Tourists climb over sharp stones.
Tourists climb over sharp stones.
A small wooden bridge in Nui Chua National Park
A small wooden bridge in Nui Chua National Park
Unique stone surfaces cover the landscape
Unique stone surfaces cover the landscape
A tourist watches salt crystallized in a rut
A tourist watches salt crystallized in a rut
A group of tourists walk on the beach
A group of tourists walk on the beach
A heart-shaped water niche
A heart-shaped water niche
Waves kissing the shore
Waves kissing the shore
A nature ‘pool’
A nature ‘pool’
A man fishing in the park
A man fishing in the park

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