Tenglong Cave ( literally “soaring dragon cave” in English) is located 6.8 kilometres away from Lichuan City urban area, Hubei Province. It is believed to be the largest karst cave in China and is one of the superfine karst cave in the world.
The Drought Cave is 59.8 kilometers long, with the cave entrance in 74 height and 64 width, it is the largest drought cave in Asia. While the water cave absorbed Qingjiang River, forming a 23 meters high waterfall, therefore Qingjing River becomes an underground network of streams, being 16.8 kilometers long. What’s fascinating about this is the two caves are separated only by a wall, which is damaged to different degrees in 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake in China.
There is a special show performed at 15:30 everyday.The performed story is displayed for foreign visitors on electronic signboards beside the stag, including light show, music, multimedia projections, water jets and gas flames.