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The limestone cave Tham Klang near Ao Luk


Mr.T: Tham Klang is a very amazing cave, one of the "Wonders of Nature" in Thailand
Other beautiful caves: Pung Chang Cave
- Khao Luang Cave - Khao Bin Cave
The cave Tham Klang was detected only a few years ago. In the beginning only 36 persons per day were allowed in the cave, this number was lately increased to 60 persons. 
Tham Klang is a cave that displays an incredible variety of stalaktites (hanging) and stalagmites (standing) creations of growing stones. There are columns, curtains in various colors, so called drinking straws, curly hair of only one to two millimeters diameter, and many more different shapes that are normally not visible in just one cave.
In the village of Ban Klang the "Klang Cave Community Based Tourism" was founded, a grassroots organisation that endeavours to develop the natural attractions of Ban Klang so that they are of value for all villagers.
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Tham Klang - Attractions
Tham Klang (ถ้ำกลาง) (Krabi)

Tham Klang is one of the most beautiful caves of Thailand. It is very easily accessible and poses no danger whatsoever.

Tham Klang features the most beautiful stalagmites and stalactites of all kinds that can be visited in less than one hour. Most remarkable are the grisly hair stalactites of one to two millimeters in diameter. Absolutely unique are the stalactite hairs dangling from the ceiling invisible to the unsuspecting eye. Other highlights in the cave are the "Viewpoint" and the "Dome", the small fishpond at the "end" after 45 minutes in the cave, and the myriads of drinking straw stalactites growing from the ceiling 2 to 3 meters in height.
For cave freaks we mention that the cave is said to be 4 hours deep, but such a trip has to be arranged long in advance, best with the guide Gaeng and the cave freak Richard from Khao Lak who are waiting for an expedition to be put together.

Turn off at KM stone 144.4 of highway H4, just 4 1/2 km south of Ao Luk junction. Drive 1 1/2 km down the asphalt road until the turnoff to the left which leads to the entrance within a few hundred meters on a gravel road. Next to the parking area is the resident guide's house. There are two caves accessible from the parking area. The right one an underground river which is said to be navigable by canoe for 2 hours. The left one is Tham Klang whose entrance is nearly hidden behind some greenery.

Turn off at KM stone 144.4 of highway H4, just 4 1/2 km south of Ao Luk junction. Drive 1 1/2 km down the asphalt road until the turnoff to the left which leads to the entrance within a few hundred meters on a gravel road. Next to the parking area is the resident guide's house. There are two caves accessible from the parking area. The right one an underground river which is said to be navigable by canoe for 2 hours. The left one is Tham Klang whose entrance is nearly hidden behind some greenery.


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