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Kanchanaburi, Thailand
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Reviewed 17 December 2017

Small cave with few tourists - very pleasant and nice to see but you have to make it as part of something else. I only stopped by on my way from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi in a rental car...without any guide or driver. Otherwise it wouldn't...More

Thank GeneralShamu
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

15 minutes with tuktuk, the temple in the cave is a nice getaway for a short while. It's a 15 minutes walk in the cave, and you see bats, statues, and a really nice cave with many rooms in it. Outside there's a nice view...More

1  Thank Doron S
Reviewed 8 April 2017

Another attraction in Kanchanaburi is the Khao Pun cave. From the outside there are already buddhas on display but as you descend the stairs inside the cave, you can see more of these Buddhas culminating in the biggest chamber where a temple is situated, We...More

Thank sabi0james
Reviewed 28 March 2017

Yea, nice nice caves to explore. Only 30 baht admission. The caves have various Buddhas within to include a long reclining one. Not too difficult to maneuver through them. The caves gets very hot though. I like this place very much.

1  Thank Scott S
Reviewed 22 March 2017

Fascinating cave and temple complex to explore with lots of Buddhas in cool temperatures. It's an easy bike ride from Kanchanaburi with a WW2 graveyard en-route and only 1 hill at the end.

1  Thank Bod123
Reviewed 2 February 2017

If you are claustrophobic do not go but if not, this is something to see. The cave formations are something to see.

Thank popyr2015
Reviewed 10 January 2017

From River Kwai Bridge you need to take a longtail boat to get to this cave. As part of this trip you are able to add a few more stops along the way if you like to. It would take you about 20 Minutes to...More

Thank WorldTravellerXWorld
Reviewed 5 January 2017

This may not be on the usual tourist route but was a pleasant escape from the crowds. The trip may not be suitable to those who suffer from claustrophobia, difficulty climbing or would have difficulty passing through some narrow gaps. It is also somewhat humid...More

Thank Eastworld
Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

First of all we were the only visitors in that cave, which maybe contributed to feeling uncomfortable during the visit. You get in on one side and come out at another side of the cave. The way through the cave is pretty narrow and the...More

Thank tiffigolightly
Reviewed 15 September 2016 via mobile

Stopped off here as part of journey on longboat - small climb up hill to buddha but stunning views 10 baht motorbike ride to entrance to cave - temple here and many monks on hand should you want a guide Decent initial to opening of...More

Thank heartsblonde
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