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Wow! Is the word from my dad (71) and I visiting this cave. The cave is huge inside with easy to walk and follow path inside. The lighting is a bit cheesy but the features and large ‘rooms’ are quite stunning. Highly recommended for visiting...More
huge cave and pretty hot. you can walk through the cave and stop on several domes underground. there is a park at the park entrance with restaurants. if you anyhow drive that way, a nice visit. Maybe the erawan caves are more impressing.
We went to Tham Khao Bin just before it closes. It was a rainy day and make it slightly harder to enter the cave. The cave is huge with beautiful and natural stones. It gets quite humid when u walk deeper into the cave
This is a really spectacular cave with huge, and I mean huge, spaces. there are 7 or 8 caverns, adequately lit and the whole trip takes about 45 min to an hour. You enter via a short descent down a flight of easy steps and...More
The first time that I can remember that I was charged to go into a cave but the prices were the same for Thai or Foreigner, I think this is very fair as they provide a service. 20 Baht. I love caves and this one...More
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you can go to Khao bin cave by van from Bkk . Terminal is at Piklao [ next to central shopping mall ] or ask someone for van station. The van go to Chombung University and you have to tell van driver drop you front of Khao... More
you can go to Khao bin cave by van from Bkk . Terminal is at Piklao [ next to central shopping mall ] or ask someone for van station. The van go to Chombung University and you have to tell van driver drop you front of Khao Bin cave.