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The main cave houses many temples and praying spots. You can get a blessing there too. It’s an interesting 15mins walk inside.
A bit further apart of the same limestone system, there is a water cave that you can dive you for a refreshing swim....More
We went there and as expected paid for the entrance. Suddenly a little boy just started to act like a guide even thou we explicitly refused.
It was just a short walk inside the cave with the usual rocky formation and what not. After a...More
At first we couldn't find the place until this little man came along and helped us. He then instantly became our guide which I'm sure of made our experience ten times better. the cave wasn't really this special but he showed us all kinds of...More
Caves, nothing special. A bit off the tracks. Anoying people around the caves who want to be your guide for about 10$. Didn't like the behavior of this gentleman. Only nice guy was the deaf man, really. Although he can't speak a word he tried...More
On the way to Kep, we stop by to visit this place. I know very little about this place. It's very nice and I spent very short time to walk around, it is not big. Over crowd during Pchum Ben holiday. Definitely be back there...More