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เที่ยวถ้ำ แนวเดินป่า (trekking) ผจญภัยตื่นเต้น.....เท่าที่แอดได้เคยไปสำรวจมาได้ถูกรวบรวมไว้ แล้วในลิงค์
Tham Lot is a huge cave system once a dwelling place of pre-historic man. Archaeologists have discovered ancient clay pottery and a number of carved wooden coffins inside the rooms of the cave. Tham Lot is located some 77 kilometres from town. Between Km.138 and Km.139 of Route 1095, a small roads lead to the cave after a 9-kilometre drive.  Here nature has created an exotic subterranean wond... read more
Tham Chiang Dao is a charming cave located in Amphoe Chiang Dao, North of Chiang Mai city. Climb a staircase with a zinc roof to reach the cave. The lovely cave greets visitors with various kinds of fish swimming in a stream in front of the cave. Touring in and around Tham Chiang Dao with a local guide is possible by contacting local guides in front of the cave. A service fee is charged.... read more
All the way down you will pass by grottos dotted with shrines most of which are lit with fluorescent lights. When you reach the main cavern floor you will see a huge 30 foot long reclining Buddha. Look above the statue and see if you can see what some say is a fossilised dinosaur skeleton.... read more
This cave, boasting notably beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, is located on the scenic Mae Sot-Mae Sariang High-way (Route 1085), at Km. 95-96. It is necessary to ford the Mae Usa stream in front of the cave to gain acccess. This may not be possible during the annual Rains Season (July through October).... read more
The Hermit’s Cave of Treasure is a limestone cave with an entrance accompanied by two King of Nagas stairs. Among bushes outside of the cave are remainer of cannon gun forts moved from Bangkok. They once stood bravely to protect the treasure. Inside the cave are a statue of hermit which gave the cave its name and there’s a Buddha’s statue too. Traces of what used to be a nation t... read more
This cave is 30 kilometres west of the town in the vicinity of Amphoe Chom Bueng. It was originally called Tham Mutchalin. In 1895, King Rama IV and Queen Si Phatcharin made a royal visit and were fond of its beauty, thus giving it a new name according to the shape of the stalactites which look like the epaulette of a field marshal. The cave also houses a medium-sized reclining Buddha. A nearby ab... read more
This is the most beautiful cave in Ratchaburi. It is located 20 kilometres from the town along the route to Amphoe Chom Bueng and 2 kilometres along an access road. The cave extends 300 metres from the mouth and offers truly amazing scenes of plentiful stalactite and stalagmite formations. ... read more
The cave is located at about 3 kilometers, away from the township inside Khao Luang. Visitors can easily walk up to the see colourful stalagmite and stalactities in the cave aerates a beautiful sun beam down a hall below and makes the cave airy. This big hall houses a lot of religious objects. From the edge of the cave, visitors go down a slightly steep stairway about 10 meters long to the large ... read more
King Rama V used to visit and built a Thai-style pavillion called "Phra Thi Nang Khuha Kharuhad" in the cave in 1896. It is said that when sunlight shines through on opening in the ceiling and lights the pavilion there is no more beautiful cave in Prachuab Khiri Khan. The cave was named for Phraya Nakhon, a ruler of the city-state of Nakhon Si Thammarat, who inadvertently discovered it o... read more
Them Rub Ro (Wat Thep Charoen) To the temple area, there are 8 caves in total. The caves are located on the hill. It is said that there are 2 hidden treasures in the cave, the original cave (named Ete Cave) and the deeper cave. Which has a Buddha image in subduing Mara, namely Phra Pu Lak Mueang The lap size is about 3.5 meters wide. It is assumed that it was built around the year 548 B.E. wh... read more
The cave (Tham) is located in amphoe Ao Luk on Phi Hua To Mountains, which are surrounded by mangrove swamps. The cave is accessible by the same route as Tham Lot Tai with its entrance not far beyond the canal to Tham Lot Tai. The mouth of the cave is some 6-7 meters above ground level. From the entrance, the cave divides into 2 routes, the left one leading to a vast chamber pierced by a shaft of ... read more
The cave is beneath a limestone hill with a stream flowing through narrow passages. The main attractions are beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. The Tham Load Nua is a large cavern with meandering passages longer than at the Tham Lod Tai. They are navigable only during low tide.
This cave also the home of swifts and bats,the two caves has a running water in beetwen, you can also climb at the mo...
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 Most of the tourist arrive amaze at the beautiful scenery of the beach as well the cave where the Princess of Fertiliy or the Godess of Fertility lived and the people offer their offerings, the cave consist of many combination of large phallic symbols which the old saying it will inreased the potency and prosperity of the people who live near the area. The Path is good for visitors to w... read more
This is respectable buddha of provincial a Phatthalung. and is also buddha be stationed southern too. Enshrined in the pavilion chaturamuk near the Phatthalung City Hall .... read more

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