Even after reading reviews, I was still really unsure what to expect from here. So when we stepped into the first cavern we entered (#7, I believe?) I was happily surprised to feel a sense of awe. It is a little annoying how they've added some modern artwork to the walls, but in my opinion that doesn't take away just how impressive these caves are. The only thing I was suggest is to go out of your way to start from Cave #1 and work your way up to #7 if you can (not positive that's an option, we just went in the first cave entrance we saw). #7 was the largest and #1 the smallest, so while #1 was still really cool I feel like we didn't appreciate it as much as we would have had we started from there.
Additionally, I would like to add that while there was a bus route by the train station, we waited for 10 minutes past the time it should have arrived/departed before giving up (after arriving 5 minutes before the scheduled departure). So if you're going to try and rely on the public transportation, just be warned. Both legit and not so legit cabs are abundant, though.
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