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Phra Cave Lom Cave

Phra Cave Lom Cave

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Operating day: Daily
Operating time: 08.00 - 17.00
Phra Cave Lom Cave Doi Hang, Muang Chiang Rai, Chiang Rai. (Located approximately 6 km away from the city of Chiang Rai) on the Kok River opposite the Chiang Rai Beach It is a rocky mountain with a height of about 800 meters.
If taking a boat through, can see the scenery around the outside of the cave Inside the cave, there is a large Buddha statue as the principal Buddha image. And there are still many worshiping Buddha images In addition, the cave also has beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. And there are many bats In addition to Phra Cave, inside this rocky mountain, there are other caves such as Chang Lam Cave, Lom Cave and Wai Cave.
Visitors can walk through the entire cave for 3 hours. It takes about 2 hours to prepare the equipment. In addition, Tham Phra remains an historic site that King Rama VII of King Rama VII had visited on January 16, 1926.
Chang Lum Cave Located north of the mountain, about 150 meters from the cave. The cave is an open courtyard. Little light The wind blows all the time. The air inside is very cool, not uncomfortable when visiting, needing to use candles or flashlights to increase the light to see the scenery in the cave clearly and more beautiful.
Lom Cave is about 50 meters away from the Chang Lueang cave, which is a cave that is not very deep and has enough light to see inside the cave. And there is a strong wind blowing from the mouth of the cave all the time.
Wai Cave It is about 10 meters away from the wind cave. The cave is about 100 meters deep. The walkway to the cave is quite wet and dark. If it is good, wear shoes and should have lighting equipment such as flashlights, candles, etc. Inside the cave is a large courtyard with beautiful stalactites. The cave area is still beautiful and beautiful.
In which all the caves are within the same rocky mountain There is a path around the mountain. When walking around, visit various caves. Finally, we meet at Phra Cave, which is in front of the parking lot. Which is the starting point of the trip, if thoroughly, it should take about 2 hours and should prepare the traveling equipment as well.

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