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Address: Moo 4 Baan Mae Kham | Mae Ngoen, Chiang Saen, Thailand
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It is a large cave about 1.7km long with a large cavern at the entrance and...

It is a large cave about 1.7km long with a large cavern at the entrance and a cave leading into the mountain side with further large caverns. Contain many featttfeatures

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If you are interested in caves, this can be worth the trip, although bear in mind that it can be flooded for a large part of the year. Bring your own flashlight(s). Serious... read more

Reviewed 17 January 2012
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Reviewed 31 December 2014

I really enjoyed this cave. At the entrance the stairway is lined with gold Buddha's. There were many statues of smaller gold Buddha's displayed in many areas once inside the cave. We found it plenty light enough with some power throughout and using a torch provided by our guide Jermsak. Monks often come here to meditate as well as spend... More 

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Reviewed 22 November 2012

These caves supposedly run for over kilometers, but only the first 500 meters or so can be explored. Whilst the caves are probably quite nice the problem is that there is no electricity to see anything. You miss out all the details of the ceiling because there is not enough power in the torch that you can rent at the... More 

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Reviewed 17 January 2012

If you are interested in caves, this can be worth the trip, although bear in mind that it can be flooded for a large part of the year. Bring your own flashlight(s). Serious spelunkers may be disappointed. Nice picnic area as part of the park. "Tham" (tom) means cave in Thai, so the name is redundant.

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