KHAO BIN CAVE
This 300-metre-long cave offers spectacular stalactites and stalagmites — formations of calcium deposits that are shaped by dripping water. The cave has eight chambers and a formation that resembles a bird’s wings can be seen in one of the chambers. There is a well-defined path that makes exploring the cave easy and colourful lights illuminate the cave interiors. It takes less than an hour to reach the end of the cave but it can be quite hot and humid inside. All visitors need to pay a 20 baht or USD0.60 entrance fee. Visitors may also want to visit Chomphon Cave, which is a 15-minute drive away.
Where: Ratchaburi Province, 114km or a 2- hour drive from Bangkok Take a car from Bangkok. If you are travelling from elsewhere in Thailand, take a train to Ratchaburi Railway Station or Ban Kluai Railway Station, then take a car (about 30 minutes). Opening hours: 8am to 6pm
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