Xe Bang Fai River
The Xe Bang Fai River (Nam Xebangfai) is a river in Laos.[a] It originates in the Annamite Range on the border between Laos and Vietnam at . It flows through Khammouane Province and Savannakhet Province.
Xe Bang Fai River Cave
Xe Bang Fai River Cave is in Hin Namno National Park in Khammouane Province. It is believed to be one of the largest river caves in the world with passages some 120 meters tall and 200 meters wide, and a subterranean channel seven kilometres long.
- In Laotian generally nam is 'river', but in southern Laos a river is called xe or se. That is, Xe Bang Fai is "River Bang Fai". Sekong or Xekong means 'River Kong'.
- Account of a visit to the Xe Bang Fai cave in 2014
- Account of a second visit to the Xe Bang Fai cave, Tham Khoun Xe in 2015
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