Tham Hong : Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

Tham Hong is located in Ban Pithum Moo 3, Krung Ching Subdistrict, Nopphithum District, Nakhon Si Thammarat. The cave is composed of fascinating stalactites and stalagmites. This cave was discovered in 1994 in the area of Khao Nan National Park. The stream flows through the cave before flowing underground to the stream outside the cave. There are stalactites and stalagmites with different shapes. Inside the cave, there is a waterfall with over 5 levels.

To visit the cave, you have to walk along the stream about 300 meters. The cave is a bat inhabitant and also suitable for learning the origin of stones. During a rainy season, there is a great flood which is not suitable for tourism. This cave is called “Tham Hong” (Cave of the Swan) after the folktale of a hunter finding a swan inside the cave while hunting in the wood.

It is a cave containing stalactites and stalagmites with different shapes. Inside the cave, there is a 5-level waterfall with flowing streams. To visit the cave, you have to walk along the streams about 300 meters. During a rainy season, it is not suitable for tourism due to the flood. The cave is a bat habitat and also suitable for learning the origin of stones.

Tham Hong is a medium-sized cave with a quite small entrance allowing that only one person pass through, so visitors need to be careful while climbing down to the cave. The stream flows through the cave before flowing underground to the stream outside the cave. Inside the cave, there are stalactites and stalagmites with different shapes and the streams flow along the 3-level stone. To visit the cave, you have to walk along the stream about 300 meters to the other side.

Tham Hong
Location: Krung Ching, Nopphitam, Nakhon Si Thammarat 80210 Thailand

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