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Thailand features numerous caves, many of which are considered holy places both in legend and by monks who often use them as places for Buddhist meditation. Consequently, it’s not uncommon for temples to be located near impressive caves or for Buddhist statuary to be installed within them. Furthermore, Thailand’s caves feature some spectacular natural rock formations, including stalactites and stalagmites, as well as pre-historic cave paintings from ancient peoples who once resided in Thailand.

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Ma Duar Cave

Madeau Cave is situated inside Wat Tham Madeau, Baan Kao Sub-District, Muang District. It is 40 kilometers far from the center of Kanchanaburi town. Madeau cave lies beside Kwai Noi River on the opposite side of Muang Si...

Wat Tham Khao Pun

Once a major POW camp, the cave is now a revered Buddhist temple where locals visit to pray toward Buddha images are enshrined the cave’s middle chamber surrounded by stalactites and stalagmites. Opening hours: 8....

Wat Tham Phu Wa

Wat Tham Phu Wa  is not only well known for being a meditation retreat, the temple itself features interesting architecture influenced by Khmer and Lop Buri arts as well as beautiful stalactites inside the cave wher...

Krasae Cave

Krasae Cave was once where POWs rest as it’s located right next to the Death Railway. It is now a popular spot for visitors who take a walk on the railway and would stop by to pray toward a Buddha image enshrined w...

Wang Badan Cave

The Wang Badan Cave, also known as the “Sawan Wang Badan Cave” is located in Erawan National Park, Tha Sao Subdistrict, about 63 kilometres away from the city of Kanchanaburi. It is accessible from Sai Yok No...