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Doawadueng cave

Doawadueng cave is one of the most famous and one of the most beautiful cave of Thailand. It was discovered in 1972 by Samlee Khuha. The cave is 100 meters deep and it was divided into zones. Each roo...

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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 Budd...

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La Wa Cave

The Lawa Cave is one of the caves with breathtaking stalactites and stalagmites. It was formed by rain containing carbon dioxide which fell down to the ground and became water with carbonic acid. It t...

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Lawa Cave

A cave with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites cast by nature. The entrance to the cave is a bit narrow but spacious chambers are hidden inside. Getting there: The cave can be accessed either by b...

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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 oppos...

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Phra That Cave

Pra That Cave is situated only 8 kilometers far from the Erawan Waterfall. It is approximately 12 kilometers beyond the Erawan National Park. Pra That Cave is a very big cave as it is 200 meters wide....

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Tham Kaeo Sawan Bandan

It is a complex of caves located in Tham Kaew Sawan Bandan Meditation Centre. Each cave has a specific name based on their characteristics; such as Tham Badan with knee-leveled water, Tham Phopu Rue...

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Tham Mangkon Thong Temple

Visit ThamMangkon Thong Temple to pay respect to the century-old Buddhist images enshrined in a natural cave, accessible via a 95-step red-colored staircase flanked by dragon carvings on both sides. T...

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Tham Phu Wa Temple

Visit ThamMangkon Thong Temple to pay respect to the century-old Buddhist images enshrined in a natural cave, accessible via a 95-step red-colored staircase flanked by dragon carvings on both sides. T...

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Tham Than Lot National Park

Commonly known among locals at Tham Than Lot Nation Park, this 54-square-kilometre national park embraces verdant forest, rare wildlife animals, waterfalls, and several caves including main attraction...

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