The Suwan Ku Ha Cave is located in a limestone mountain in Thai Muang, Phang nga province. The cave is known locally as Wat Tam meaning the temple cave, which is exactly what this cave is - a temple in a cave. Outside the cave you find a temple, stalls selling fruit, drinks and snacks and lots of monkeys. Inside the main cave, the dominant figure is the large reclining Buddha. There are a number of other Buddha images too and a big Chedi which contains bones of the Na Takuathung family who were the local governors about 160 years ago and who arranged for the construction of a shrine in the cave.
Entry into the cave is just 20 baht.
- Open days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Input price range
20 - 20 Baht/Day or 1 - 1 USD/Day