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27 Jan 2017
“Chinese New Year trip”
18 Nov 2015
“The cave of Stalagmites and stalactitesใ”
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Highway No.4 Road, Khao Yoi, Thailand
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Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

A temple inside a cave with a big Buddha statue. Outside is full of monkeys, but monkeys here are starving because people are scared to give them food. Monkeys near the cave temple are big monkeys that are not so afraid of people, they could...More

1  Thank Nuttida Y
Reviewed 19 November 2015

This cave has very splendid stalagmites and stalactites that well known from former time till today. You can make a worship to the Buddha images in the cave.

1  Thank Plakemphet
Reviewed 31 October 2015

I’ve been to temples before that had caves but never to a temple that is a cave! Indeed as soon as you enter you are met by a rather large reclining Buddha and enclosed in glass cabinets are many statues of Buddha, with a rather...More

3  Thank desi d
Reviewed 10 December 2014

Khao Yoi is a rocky crag standing on its own just east of the main Petchkasem Road (the Bangkok highway to S Thailand) about 20 km North of Petchaburi town. I think it's between the 130 and 135 km markers but it's fairly easy to...More

2  Thank tarostra
Reviewed 18 October 2012

Khao Yoi is just off the Bangkok-Phetchaburi highway and makes a nice stop, just before Phetchaburi. It is a towering limestone outcrop, riddled with caves. The lowest cave has been converted into an elegant temple, with a reclining Buddha in the first chamber. A stairway...More

3  Thank JPHStVincent
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