8. Krabi: Klang Cave, Bangtong Temple with Bor Thor Kayaking
The day begins with pickup from your hotel and travels to the Au Luek District. As you escape the chaos of the city, feel immersed in the peaceful tranquility of your new journey by canoeing through a great sea cave with stunning limestone formation. Continue to Hua Ga Lok cave or well known as Ghost Cave with the ancient wall painting estimated to be around 3,000 years old.
After that, visit and explore the mystery of the 2nd rank the most beautiful cave in Asia, one of the most complete stunning stalactite and stalagmite caves in Thailand, Klang Cave.
Start the journey by walking through the dark, deep, and complicated cave. The explored leader needed
During your experience, pass through divided 13 interior halls. Taking 1 - 2 hours is basic for non-cave explorers to visit all halls. However, the first 3 rooms are worth it to fulfill your unforgettable memories. On other hand, some route inside is not smooth as usual and some might need climbing activity, so a trekking or climbing outfit would be suitable for the exploration. Bringing flashlights and contact staff or tour guides before the visit are a must.
Once you’re full up from lunch in a local restaurant at Bor Thor, travel to worship at the magnificent Wat Maha That Wachiramongkol Temple, formerly known as Bang Tong Temple. The temple is located in the middle of a luscious rubber plantation, and has a tall pagoda that is the pride of the local community. At the temple, learn about its fascinating history, its links to the King, and about the holy relics you can find inside.