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Our reason to travel to Phetchaburi. It's a really nice cave and temple, and some monkeys. It can be a bit confusing as there are paid taxis taking visitors up to the entrance. The temple itself is free. If there's no travel group inside, it...More
If you come to Bangkok please try to visit this place, Khao Luang Caves. You can see beautiful caves here with monkey around you. The cave complex is filled with Buddha statues of different sizes and in different positions. Some were laid by King Rama...More
We hired a car to take us here from our hotel in Bangkok. We had the driver take us to the Maeklong Railway Market first and then head to the Tham Khao Luang Cave. We were easily able to do both in one day.
Remarkable shrines with many Buddha statues inside the cave. the rays of sunlight illuminating the cave and Buddha statues are spectacular. the atmosphere inside the cave is very peaceful and quiet. people there are respectful of the place. this is one of the MUST place...More
Cave with few Buddha statutes. Cooler environment but with lots of mosquitoes. Please be aware of the moneys. On the flight of stairs up to the tuk tuk carpark, I did not notice there was one at the staircase railing. I was taken aback and...More
This visit was the highlight of our short trip to Hua Hin. We went on Tuesday which was not peak season. The whole experience of the place was memorable and mind boggling. Reached there around 11am and to see the sun ray coming into the...More
Staying in Hua Hin we wanted to see a few sights whilst here. We hired a taxi for the day and was taken to the Than Khao Luang Cave amongst other sights. You pay 15 Thai Baht at the bottom of the hill to take...More
Tham Khao Luang cave is the largest cave in Phetchaburi and there are many stalactites hanging from the ceiling and making it unique. It is about 3 hours by car from Bangkok. Inside there are about 170 statues of the Buddha, most of them placed...More
We were based in hua hin and got a taxi outside the station it took us on a tour of a few places for 1500 baht best advice is get a taxi not a metered one we booked him next day went all over for same price