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Are you brave enough to venture into the world’s largest cave?

Well thanks to a new drone video, you don’t have to be. Beijing-based photographer Ryan Deboodt, who specializes in cave landscapes, captured footage of the Hang Son Doong in Vietnam. It’s a cave so large that it actually has its own river and jungle, not to mention you can apparently fit an entire block of 40-storey skyscrapers inside. It’s also home to some of the world’s tallest stalagmites, some of which measure up to 70 metres!

Inside the cave Inside the cave

The cave was used during the Vietnam War as a hideout from American bombardments, but was only rediscovered in 2009. The first public tours took place in 2013, and you can still go today, if you’re willing to shell out $3,000.

Otherwise, save yourself the money and watch the video above.

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