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Chiang Dao Cave
Chiang Dao Cave
Came here for half the day and was a really cool place to chill out, literally. Had some lunch at the restaurant on-site which was very nice. You can pay a local a few baht to show you round the caves properly, where as if your on a tour they don't show you all the cool little places to explore. It's all safe and above board so no need to worry. They are quite large and if you like to take a lot of photos you'll be in there for at least an hour. There is a unique temple and nice water garden too
M E, 2012-11-15
Inside the cave there are guides with lanterns who show you around. It's great. You can see part of the cave on your own, but to see the good parts you need a guide.
“Ancient stalagmite and stalactite cave”
The entrance and the pathways to this cave are well laid out, well lit, and it is well worth a visit. There is a lot of cave to be explored, and formations are stunning, and can be easily photographed. The locals have named several of the formations. It is not a place for those who suffer from claustrophobia. Some passages are quite narrow. Parts of the cave is also home to bats, and there is a lot of insect life inside the cave complex. It is quite slippery in most areas, so tread carefully. It
“Temple Cave with guided walks”
The elaborately decorated exterior of the temple grounds try to out-do the natural interior of the cave. Both temple and cave are worth a visit. We hired a volunteer guide with a gaslamp at the beginning of the cave and ventured into it for about half an hour. (we could have gone further if we'd wanted to) The guide showed us many formations which had been given names such as "the elephant", "papaya", "snake" and "fried egg". She also pointed out the 400 or so bats near the entrance of the cave.
“easy walking, well-lit.”
There are two main walks within Chiang Dao Cave. There is the main, fluorescent-lit chamber which is easy to walk if a little slippery at times during the wet season. The entry fee is 40 baht. This long series of caves must be about 600 metres and passes through quite well-developed stalagmite and stalactite formations that tease one's imagination. There are occasional Buddha images, one reclining, and several in the niches which were probably old meditation caves for monks, The other walk can o
Marie B, 2012-10-15
“Very long cave”
The cave is realy worth to visit. The part where are lights is quite damaged by buddhist statues and temple decorations, but if you have your own headlamp or you pay for guide, you can walk many kilometers in the undeground.
“This cave has, sadly, been turned into a temple”
If you have gone caving before, you will be sadly disappointed. This cave has been turned into a shrine and religious site. Concrete sidewalks and bridges have been built in the cave to make it easy to get around. The guides do not speak English and are not knowledgeable about the cave`s geological features. The only words they seem to know are `look like elephant` or `look like candle` when pointing at certain rock formations. The constant demand for more fees is annoying, and imposing a 100 ba
Bart S, 2012-07-30
“Perhaps worth the drive.”
Ok, so I read all of the reviews on the cave before visiting. Frankly, the confused me and I did not know what to expect. So here is the bottom line: the cost is 40 bath for tourists and 20 bath for thais. If you wish to walk along the lit path you do not need a guide; however, if you want to go into the unlit areas you are required to "hire" a guide. The cost is 100 bath, with tips expected. There is a sign in thai and english which suggests a 100 bath tip per person. This is not a requirement
“Interesting caves – well worth the visit”
After reading some good reviews of the Chiang Dao caves we decided to make the trip and our guesthouse organised a driver for us for the day to visit the caves and some other attractions. On arrival at the caves, the area was extremely quiet and peaceful with very few other visitors. The area around the cave entrance is filled with various small temples (some very old) and some beautiful ancient statues and a crystal clear pond and river. The area is extremely beautiful and there are orchids gro
“Worth a visit or not to be missed...”
Nice network of caves, little adventure with a guide and a flash lights (some parts of the cave don't have lighting). The small temples deep in the mountain are interesting... Worth a visit for sure, and to be missed if you like caves, bats or dark places :-) You will need to pay the extra for the guide with the light inside the cave. They will also try to sell you various pictures of you. We took one or two but they were quite insisting.
“A must see”
I thought the caves were amazing. They were much bigger than I expected and had lots of little surprises whilst walking around from Buddhas, to a Hippo shaped rock and even bats.
Jade K, 2012-06-22
“Worth hiring a car and driver for”
The caves themselves are ok but what really made it worthwhile for me was that we hired a car and driver so that we could do a circular trip. We went straight there on the main road and then back via a little town called Phrao. Sit back with the air-con on and enjoy the great scenery.
“Tourist Trap - AVOID”
I was in the area with friends and their teens when someone in the group suggested we visit the well known Chiang Dao caves. Most caves in Thailand have been sites of Buddhist meditation for centuries. Chiang Dao cave is no different- the Chiang Dao temple runs this tourist attraction. Outside the cave one can visit the temple, have some local Thai food or buy various medicinal plants or herbs. Foreigners pay 40 baht, Thai pay 20 baht to enter. "For the electric lights," they tell you. But don't
“The cave is too evil.”
The moment our team of 12 walked in, they feel no peace. We believe many homeless spirits are wondering in the cave.
“One of a kind”
The cave by themselves are pretty usual, the awesome part is the complete lack of electricity. A guide takes you through the caves with an oil lamp in hand. We have to crawl in small passages, it's all very dark and strange. It's a lot of fun and a little bit creepy too !
Chiang Dao Cave
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Every other year I buy a membership because my child and her cousin love to go. When we heard that the Space Shuttle Enterprise was coming to town we were excited even though it never went to space. Long story short, you don't get to go inside the shuttle. There is very little interactive displays. My sister went to see the one in Washington DC, she
went inside and it was free.
The rest of the museum is as fantastic as ever. The family still enjoys it.
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