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Khao Ngu Park, Tambon Ko Phlap Phla, Amphoe Mueang, Ratchaburi
The cave houses a bas-relief sculpture of Buddha image, considered the oldest archaeological evidence of the period found in Ratchaburi at more than 700 years old. The figure is 2.5 meters high in the attitude of giving the first sermon. There are three main caves in the save area where they all have Buddha sculpture on the cave wall. On the hill top, there are viewpoint where visitors can climb up to enjoy the view of this mountain. There is an Buddha’s foot step is enshrined up there too. The festival to worship this caves hold yearly in late September or October.
Opening hours: 8am-5pm
To get there: This famous attraction of Ratchaburi is 8 kilometers from the town along the road to Amphoe Chom Bueng (Route No. 3078).
This famous attraction of Ratchaburi is 8 kilometers from the town along the road to Amphoe Chom Bueng (Route No. 3078).