Martin Garrix ventures into Son Doong Cave
Update: Feb 06, 2024
Dutch DJ and record producer Martin Garrix spent four days in Son Doong Cave, in the central province of Quang Binh, calling it “the trip of a lifetime.”   

Martin Garrix enjoying drinks on Hanoi’s railway street. (Photo from Martin Garrix’s Instagram)

He shared photos of his expedition on Instagram on Saturday, captioning: “Four of the most magical days ever!”

Many of his followers praised the cave’s beauty under his post, with Norwegian DJ and music producer Alan Walker recalling his own music video shoot there for “Alone Pt. II” featuring American singer-songwriter Ava Max.

Garrix also visited Hanoi and enjoyed drinks on the city’s Train Street, as shown in another Sunday Instagram post.

Son Doong is the world’s largest cave by volume. It was discovered in 1990 by a local man named Ho Khanh, who then led a team of professionals, including two members of the Royal British Cave Association, on the first expedition of the cave in 2009.

With a volume of 38.5 million cubic meters, Son Doong was recognized in 2013, as the largest cave in the world by the Guinness World Records.

VOVWORLD - - February 5, 2024