Doi Cave (or Son Moc Huong Cave) is located right on the highway 6, 300m northeast of town’s center of Moc Chau, with a total area of 6915sqm, 80m in length, 20m in height and 25m in width. Cave entrance can only be reached after climbing 240 steps and once you’re inside an impressive limestone system will great you with of its mighty beauty.
There is a legend related to the mountain range of this cave about a dragon flying to the East Sea, enchanted by the beauty of this land when it was flying above, the dragon forgot all together its plan of finding the East Sea. It landed and lived in this mountain range, making the scenery of the area so magical with mysterious colors: white as crystal in morning, blue as sapphire in midday, pink as ruby in the afternoon, deep purple in the twilight. When the day the dragon had to leave the mountain range, it left seven jades from its mouth and turned them into mountains to thank the land and people of Moc Chau and one of them, Doi Cave is situated.