Benxi Water Cave Scenic Area is located in the eastern suburb of Benxi City, Liaoning Province, China, 26 kilometers away from the city center. Benxi Water Cave is the longest underground water-filled karst cave discovered in the world. It was opened to the public in 1983 and was awarded as a national AAAAA tourist attraction in 2015. Since the official opening of Benxi Water Cave, it has received more than 8 million Chinese and foreign tourists from 120 countries and regions, including heads of state and government of 40 countries . "First-class in Asia", "Rare in the world". Benxi Water Cave is a large-scale water-filled karst cave formed millions of years ago. The entrance of the cave is 16 meters high and 25 meters wide. It is half-moon-shaped. The upper end is engraved with the four characters of "Benxi Water Cave" in a thin wave of handwriting. The entrance of the inner water and dry holes is a majestic "welcome living room" with a height of more than 20 meters and a width of mo re than 20 meters, which can accommodate thousands of people. To the right of the hall, there is a dry cave with a length of 300 meters. The height of the cave is scattered. There are holes in the cave, which are tortuous and blurred. Naturally interesting, like a dragon palace fairyland. The ancient well, Longtan, Baibu Pond and many other landscapes make tourists dream and linger. At the end of the cave is a clear pool, deep and bottomless, and the water and gas are coming, which is chilling.