Thailand is not just about its golden temples, pristine beaches, and friendly citizens. It’s also a country that has many caves that take you to an Asiatic paradise.
Tham Khao Luang
This cave has been converted into a temple by King Rama V and it’s of course one of the best caves to visit during your Thailand tour. If you looking for a caving experience during your stay at Maitria Rama 9 Hotel which is popular for featuring the best Thai restaurant in Bangkok, this is the nearest to you out of all other caves.
Phraya Nakhon Cave
If you pay a visit to the Khao Sam Rot Yot National Park, do not forget to visit this cave too which rests inside the National Park surrounded by beaches, forests, and mountains.
It’s a cave with great archeological importance, but you should try this experience with the help of an expert guide. The cave will reveal stories that take you back to thousands of years.
Phi Hua To Cave
This ancient cave is popular among the locals as the ‘big-headed Ghost cave’ and is located in Krabi. This cave surrounded by Mangrove forests is full of prehistoric paintings when you go inside.