The caves are naturally made to serve you with fantastic sites and for you to discover its very spirituality. About Thailand Living is bringing to you Thailand’s favourite caves. What about travelling to the darkness and exercise your curiosity…?
Phang Nga Cave
Located in the North East of Phuket, you can admire spectacular scenery and the vertical limestone cliffs, straight out of sea. Kayaking is recommended to being yourselves to the hidden caves.
Phraya Nakhon Cave
This beautiful cave is located in the national park of Khao Sam Roi Yod, Prachuab Khiri Khan. The pierced ceiling lets the sunshine illuminate to a small pavilion built in 1890. You can find this beautiful site by a small road of 500 meters from the beach. What a magical site!
Kaeng Lawa Cave
Bordered by the River Kwai, this cave is beautiful and located away from the tourists. The natural decorations that draw the stalactites are remarkable. More than a simple cave, this place served as a hospital for the American soldiers long time ago. The excitement was at its height!
Ma Rong Cave
Found 2 km around Suan Luang Beach and 3 km from the city, this temple is known for its marvellous cave. Before arriving there you will discover a more classical temple and a small road to the forest. Finally, a small path leads to a somewhat smaller cave, Ploenchit Cave.
Chiang Dao Cave
Located 75 km north of Chiang Mai in the mountain Doi Chiang Dao, the Chiang Dao Caves are home to many Buddhas and are considered as an important place of pilgrimage for Thais.
Koh Lanta Cave
Most Koh Lanta caves are accessible through an organised tour. On land or at sea, you’ll be delighted to discover caves full of rich and varied resources.