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Krachaeng Cave

Yala province is the furthest south of Thailand. It has 4,521 square kilometers. It is connecting with Sonkhla, Pattani, Naratiwas, and Malaysia. It is the only province in the south that has no acces...

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Piyamit Tunnel

Piyamit Tunnel is at Ban Piyamit 1, Tambon Tano Mae Ro. Take the same route as the Hot Spring for four more kilometres. This area is the village of the Thai Development Participants and was once the b...

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Piyamit Tunnel

This tunnel winds through a mountain for approximately 1 kilometer and is nearly 20 meters wide at certain points, with multiple entrances. It was built in 1976, taking three months to complete. Thoug...

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Silp Cave

Silp Cave is located at 2nd village, Nartum sub-district, Yala province. This cave is in the same as Pranorn Cave (Lying Buddha Cave) far from Pranorn about 1.5 kilometers, and also not far from Kuhab...

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Tham Krachaeng

At low tide, visitors to Tham Krachaeng , a cave, can wade through the stream that flows through the cave to an opening surrounded by beautiful views of mountains and forests. There are three other ca...

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Thum Mae Nang Mondo Cave

Mae Naang Montho Cave or Montho Cave is one of the most interesting natural attractions of Natum sub-district, Yala province. Montho cave is located at Natum sub-district Yala province. It is 6 kilom...

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