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Khao Wang Rd. | Thong Chai, Phetchaburi, Thailand
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All reviews tuk tuk buddha images hua hin parking lot natural light definitely worth a visit be careful steep stairs buy food to feed magical place free entrance sleeping buddha sun rays short walk return ticket unique atmosphere stalactite formations
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Reviewed 29 August 2013

Visiting temples is a big part of a trip to Thailand and these caves made for a very interesting new experience. They are visually impressive with the various buddhas worked into the spaces in a quite 'organic' way and provided a great spiritual treat. We...More

Thank Ian R
Reviewed 26 August 2013

cycled the 3ish km here, only the last little bit is up hill. Monkeys can be a bit scary, but not too bad. Very interesting caves and Buddhas, we were lucky though, when we arrived there was a car and a minivan in the carpark,...More

Thank Jackie C
Reviewed 30 June 2013

It is easy to access Tham Khao Luang as the indications are clear and bi-lingual. Once there beware of the monkeys, unless you adore them (and I do not), do not feed them, they will be all over you. Once you descend to the cave...More

1  Thank vaccarile
Reviewed 9 April 2013

Went to this place few years back with a friend when staying in Hua Hin (found the place on a map and wanted to explore it). Did not regret the effort to drive up all the way from Hua Hin to the 'Cave', which in...More

1  Thank PetalingJayaHans47
Reviewed 10 March 2013

This attraction is fairly dull really. Once you struggle down to the floor of the "cave" you are confronted with lots of concrete. The "cave" is really an ancient subterranean river that has changed its course. There are lots of Buddhas in there and a...More

Thank PeteS333
Reviewed 3 September 2012

There are better caves and things to do in Phetchaburi. The caves aren't to impressive, filled with concrete, odd statues. The parking lot in front is enormous but empty. it seems the city invested a lot in an attraction, which is not that big. To...More

Thank Wolszczak
Reviewed 29 May 2012

This is a cave that was turned into a temple. There are a number of Buddha, including a large reclining Buddha, and other religious relics located inside. Reasonably safe stairs take you into the cave. There are a number of monkeys near the entrance, and...More

3  Thank Mike W
Reviewed 8 April 2012

The atmosphere early boring - before buses arrive - is calm and spiritual. Especially when the first light beam are coming thru the upper cave opening. The nuns taking care are very smiling and it's simple interesting watching them in the morning to clean the...More

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28 January 2018|
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Response from Menno d | Reviewed this property |
When we were there, there was no evidence of any work at all. The area is in serious need of a clean up, however still very much worth a visit.
24 May 2017|
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Response from Rajesh K | Reviewed this property |
Yes Sure! Be careful at entrance Also this spot is good for photography
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28 April 2017|
Response from Ken W | Reviewed this property |
We were based in hua hin and got a taxi outside the station it took us on a tour of a few places for 1500 baht best advice is get a taxi not a metered one we booked him next day went all over for same price