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Tiger Cave Temple

Tiger Cave Temple

Set amidst a beautiful forest this is one of the Kingdom’s most interesting temples, and so named because of a rock outgrowth that resembles a tiger’s claw.

Known in Thai as Wat Tham Suea, it is a warren of natural caves, which houses the main vihara or sanctum sanctorum and monastic cells for the monks and nuns that live here.

The main attraction is the “footprint of the Buddha” atop a 300-metre limestone tower, which topped by a huge gilded Buddha statue, and accessible via a 1,272 stairway.

It’s a strenuous climb but the reward is a 360-panoramic view of dramatic limestone formation, forests...

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Phra Nang Cave

Phra Nang Cave

A short boat ride from Railay Beach is Phra Nang Beach, a secluded stretch of sand also accessible by a precarious cliff-side walk.

Here at the base of a soaring cliff is the small cavern known as Princess or Diamond Cave. For a nominal fee, one can walk along a boardwalk into it where the rock formations glitter liked they are studded with diamonds.

There is also a shrine there filled with carved wooden phallic sculptures of all sizes. Fishermen have been coming here since ancient times to make offerings to the symbolic phallus of the Hindu God,Shiva, before heading out to sea; women also come to pray for fertility too...

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Crystal Lagoon

Crystal Lagoon

Located in the Khao Pra-Bang Kram Wildlife Sanctuary, it’s a 1.5 km hike over a wooden boardwalk and dirt trails through the lush tropical rainforest to get there.

The first spot is the “Sra Kaew” or “Glass Pool”. Though swimming is forbidden here, it is a great stop to watch the fish swimming in the crystal clear water.

A short walk further is “Sra Morakot” or “Emerald Pool” with its warm, crystal clear emerald green waters. It’s beautiful place to swim if it is not over-run by tourists.

Continue walking further and eventually you will come to “Bonam Phut” or “Blue Pool,” a spring fed water pond, which is turquoise and feeds the Emerald Pool...

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Viking Cave

Viking Cave

A 90-minute boat trip will bring you to Phi Phi archipelago, Viking Cave, or Tham Phaya Nak is located on the eastern side of Phi Phi Ley.

There is no proof that the bloodthirsty Nordic seafarers ever visited this popular tourist site, instead it gets its curious name from the cave paintings within of long boats that resembled those of the Vikings.

And given that some of the paintings also include elephants and a variety of other boats including motorboats and steamships, the popular belief is that they were painted by sea gypsies or pirates who sheltered in the cave during bad weather...

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