Ruesi Sawan and Luk Suea Cave

Ruesi Sawan and Luk Suea Cave, Phang Nga: Address, Ruesi Sawan and Luk Suea Cave Reviews: 4.5/5

Ruesi Sawan and Luk Suea Cave

Ruesi Sawan and Luk Suea Cave
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GreetingsfromHEL
Helsinki, Finland23 contributions
Feb 2020 • Family
Great place to visit with kids. Free entrance. Toilets next to the cave entrance (no toilet paper or soap, though). You can buy refreshments from the small stands close to the caves. Wat Suwan Khuha (cave temple) is located very close, so you can check both sights at the same go. On our way back to Khao Lak we stopped at Dairy Hut for lunch.
Written February 16, 2020
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IDCampbells
Phuket, Thailand17 contributions
Feb 2019 • Family
We were in Phang-nga for the weekend. The park and caves were worth a visit. The park would be a great place to relax on a sunny day, it’s well kept and has nice views.The caves are a great 30 mins adventure.
Written February 23, 2019
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Cathy&Gary
South Australia, Australia16,140 contributions
Nov 2017 • Couples
Somdet Phra Srinagarindra Public Park is a beautiful well maintained public park surrounded by limestone mountains that you can drive around and even through a cave.

It is extremely popular with locals having picnics specially on weekends and it is rare to see any tourists there. There are two adjoining caves called Tham Ruesi Sawan and Tham Luk Suea where you will see lots of stalactites and a little stream flowing through.

This really is a beautiful place to visit and there is a lovely lake, gardens, statues and good playgrounds for the children. Be careful around the caves as there are also a lot of monkeys.

The Park has free entry and is on the main road of Phang Nga Town on the right hand side if driving from Phuket and there is another entrance just after you turn onto the Krabi Highway.

Phang Nga is about a 1.5 hour drive from Patong.
Written September 22, 2018
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Gerard M
Phang Nga, Thailand443 contributions
Sep 2018 • Friends
This park is very nice. In daytime you will feel the peace of the area. There are monkeys around the mountain and the small pond.
There are at least three ways to walk or drive through thw mountain which is funny to do. A quiet and nice walk around the lake takes 10 minutes (800 meter)
There are walk ways and bicylce lanes.

Around 5 o'clock, the park will change in a playground for locals (families with a lot of children playing at the playground), group of people are doing arobics at the platform at the putdoorstadium, locals cycle and walk around the lake.

This parc is worth the visit:
-if you like a developed natural surrounding (they decorated the area without spoiling the area)
-if you like to cycle or walk around with locals..
-if you like caves and monkeys.

Easy to spend an hour, but also can be visited for a short look around.
Excess from road Phuket-Krabi + Road 4, in Phangnga.
It is free to go in.
Open until 19.00
Written September 9, 2018
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Max Pickering
57 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
Ideal with kids isnt Easy to find the cave entry look for the bathrooms. In Monson season could be flooded.
Written August 7, 2017
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Radimza
Liberec, Czech Republic10 contributions
Dec 2016 • Family
We wanted to see some of the caves in Thailand and found out about this cave on the internet. It was rather large and beautiful cave. The entry fee was a bit expensive but i don't regret the visit
Written April 28, 2017
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HowardD
Calgary, AB33 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
We were on our way to an elephant park to the north, and dropped by this cave on the way. I'm glad we did, because it was even bigger and better than the reviews here made it seem. It's easy to walk around, although you do have to duck down under a few low-hanging rocks, but can often bypass those parts easily. There were only 4 or 5 other people there during our visit. We spent at least 45 minutes walking around and taking pictures. There were monkeys, but they were up in the rocks and trees, not too close like one of our party feared they might be.
Written January 25, 2017
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Hungry Ghost
Auckland Central, New Zealand10 contributions
Jan 2017 • Family
Amazing cave with spiritual tradition. Great for kids to understand other cultures. Recommended to all with family.
Written January 6, 2017
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CraigGillyTesler
Campbelltown, Australia52 contributions
Sep 2016 • Solo
It had caves, monkeys minus the swarm of Chineese bus loads of tourists with loud hailers. After the sore disappointment of not being able to enter the Elephant Caves in Phang Gna town because I wasn't part of a group, I discovered this small secluded park not far away which was nothing short of charming. No lines, no cost and nobody around. Just me, my motor bike, some amazing caves and 100 plus monkeys.
Written September 1, 2016
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