He described the four days in the cave as “the most enchanting days ever.”

On Saturday, he shared a post on Instagram showcasing his journey to Son Doong Cave with 10 captivating photos. The post has already received over 170,000 likes and 1,000 comments.

Many of his followers were in awe of the cave’s beauty, expressing their reactions with words like “fantastic,” “unreal,” “epic,” “so beautiful,” and “absolutely amazing.”

Alan Walker, a Norwegian DJ and music producer known for his hit single ‘Faded,’ also left a comment on Garrix’s post, saying, “Filmed one of my music videos there! Amazing location!”

In 2019, Alan Walker visited Vietnam to film his music video for ‘Alone Pt. II,’ which has amassed over 361 million views on YouTube.

Numerous Vietnamese fans took the opportunity to thank Garrix for visiting Son Doong Cave and extended invitations to their international friends to come to Vietnam.

Son Doong Cave was discovered in 1991 by a local man named Ho Khanh. Photo: Instagram of Martin Garrix

Towards the end of last month, Garrix uploaded a video showing him and his friends enjoying coffee on Hanoi’s renowned ‘train street.’ The unique coffee shops along this street are just a few inches away from an active railway.

Prior to this, Garrix had previously visited Vietnam for a concert in Hanoi in 2016, where he performed for a crowd of 20,000 people. He also attended a Formula 1 event in Ho Chi Minh City in 2018.

Martin Garrix, whose birth name is Martijn Gerard Garritsen, was born in 1996. He became the youngest music talent to feature on DJ Mag magazine’s Top 100 DJs in the world, ranking 46th when he was just 17 years old.

He went on to claim the top spot in 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2022.

Son Doong Cave is nearly nine kilometers long with sections reaching up to 200 meters tall and 160 meters wide. Photo: Instagram of Martin Garrix

In 2009, U.S. National Geographic magazine pronounced Son Doong Cave as the largest natural limestone cave in the world, and in 2013, the cave was officially recognized by the Guinness World Records Organization as the largest natural cave on the planet. Photo: Instagram of Martin Garrix

The name “Son Doong” translates to “cave of the mountain river” or “cave of mountains behind Doong Village.” Photo: Instagram of Martin Garrix

Son Doong Cave is five times larger than Malaysia’s Deer Cave, which held the title of the world’s biggest known cave prior to the discovery of Son Doong. Photo: Instagram of Martin Garrix

Inside Son Doong Cave, visitors are greeted with breathtaking stalagmites and stalactites, some reaching a height of over 80 meters. The cave also boasts a primordial forest nestled alongside an underground river. Photo: Instagram of Martin Garrix