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We only followed the walk ways lit by electric lighting, but nevertheless the caves are absolutely stunning: vast open areas with huge stalactites and other-worldly rock formations. Many statues of Buddha along the way. The grounds around the cave are also very picturesque. Worth a...More
Is a mysterious place to visit and walk into the cave. I think you don’t need to walk to another dark way with the lamp lady. Juz walk urself to another way cos more safety and everything looks similar only dark and light cave. Suggest...More
It's a beautiful temple complex with many places to pray and offer tithing to Buddha. The Cave itself is pretty neat with old a rare Buddhist artifacts. Once in the cave pop for the lantern tour; you have to pay 200 baht for the lantern...More
The lamp lady is needed to go to the deeper parts of the cave and that is more interesting. However the ladies only know few words so it’s hard to get the information. If they don’t speak English, perhaps they can have an English board...More
Very Nice place. There are 2 options over there. You can get a guide and explore the 4 caves that are dark. The guide has a lamp and this is really needed. This costs you about 200 bath (and there is the possibility to tip...More
The place is nice and clean but it's nothing special compare to other average caves. You can go inside and see interesting parts of the cave. Defiantly won't go to Chiang Dao only for the caves but as part of longer trip.
Spectacular place - temple within the cave. In addition you Can hire a guide (200bahts) and rent a gas lamp (additional 200bahts) to see the cave. If you are not physically capable or you have claustrophobia , you may have problems with going through 3...More
Response from AlanChua33 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I can't advise on the taxi fare or hired driver fare because I drive my own car to Wat Tham Chiang Dao temple from Chiang Mai City. It takes about 1.5 hours drive there. This temple should be open all year round.