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Religion and nature go hand-in-hand at this natural cave and temple, around 30 kilometers from the city in Tambon Nong Krot’s Hin Kon Village. After ascending a stairway at the foot of the hill, visitors can explor...
Boomerang Adventure Park offers outdoor Rock Climbing, 3 Zip Lines, and has Asia's Largest Swing. 100% safety record, and top quality equipment at the site. Also has 1 hour cave trek alongside river. All activities for o...
Located just about 3 kilometers from Chiang Rai’s town, the Boomerang Rock Climbing & Adventure Park was reopened in October 2011 with more exciting activities such as outdoor rock climbing with more than two d...
This is a stalagmite/stalactite cave in To Nae Mountain, near Ban Chao Mai. It can be reached by a 15-minute boat trip from Hat Yao. A small rowboat can take travelers to explore the cave and proceed through to a verdant...
Located in Amphoe Chiang Dao, about 72 kilometres from Chiang Mai city, travelling to the cape is not too tough with the good highway through rolling hillside. Once reaching the cave sign, proceed for other 5 kilometers ...
This is one of the most beautiful caves in the south of Thailand. After climbing the 370 steps to the cave, visitors can admire the interior, which is home to a Buddha image along with impressive stalactites and stalagmi...
This unique mountain is hollow all the way to the top resembling an overturned pan. At the foot of the mountain is Wat Khao Pina, a temple where a reclining Buddha image is enshrined at the cave entrance. Concrete stairs...
Krasae Cave was once where POWs rest as it’s located right next to the Death Railway. It is now a popular spot for visitors who take a walk on the railway and would stop by to pray toward a Buddha image enshrined w...
This round-shaped cape located southwest of Chalong Bay is a local favorite for leisure as the beach is clean and quiet with fewer tourists.
A cave with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites cast by nature. The entrance to the cave is a bit narrow but spacious chambers are hidden inside.