The cave contains beautiful Stalagmites and stalactites. You need to climb 147 steps in order to reach the entrance of the cave. The view of the rice fields and Song river is also worth climbing.
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We decided to visit the Tham Chang Cave (Jang Cave) on a rainy Laos day. It is an easy 15-20 minute walk (at a slow pace) from the wooden toll bridge in the Vang Vieng townsite. To reach the cave you must pay to cross...More
15.000 Kip for foreigners. Too expensive to get there. Fee for the bridge. Not that fascinating and adventurous as the one near blue lagoon...
U need to climb up a long flight of stairs to get to the cave entrance. The cave is well-lit inside , which is not the case with many other caves in Vang Vieng, hence it is quite popular with the locals.
A lot of tourists but the beauty of this cave worth the travel. You can go by yourself by bike or long walk, but the way how to get there is not very indicated. You should go the morning when the sun is there (more...More
On my return from Tham Nam cave I went to this cave. It's small cave with images of Buddha ( including reclining one) and huge bell outside. There is also a footprint on the wall supposed to be of Buddha.There is one elephant shaped stalactite...More
The cave is about a half hour walk from the middle of Vang Vieng. Nothing mind blowing, but I thought it was worth exploring on a slow day. Some steep stairs up to the cave entrance, and it's fairly well lit inside although I brought...More