Patok Cave, Nong Khiaw
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
At Patok Cave, see the place that served as a sanctuary for the soldiers during the Vietnam War. Rich with history, the network of three caves offers a chance to see how and in what conditions the soldiers lived during the difficult period. To get to the first cave, you’ll need to cross a small bridge. Despite its small size, you probably won’t be able to touch the ceiling of the initial cave. Turn left to get to the second, which is larger and leads straight into the third. Make sure to bring a flashlight and spare batteries in order to thoroughly explore the caves. To visit Patok Cave and other attractions in Nong Khiaw, use our Nong Khiaw itinerary planner.
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My poszliśmy do tej jaskini jak padało - w jaskini przynajmniej jest sucho! Wejście jest płatne, a cała jaskinia jest podzielona na kilka sektorów, w których ukrywali się mieszkańcy podczas bombardowa... read more »We went to the cave as it was raining in the cave at least is dry! Entrance is paid, and the cave is divided into several sectors in which residents were hiding during the bombing.show original
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si decides ir a este lugar no vayas solo y anda con precaución. yo fui sola y confié en un tipo de aqui que andaba con una linterna y me andaba mostrando las cuevas.. me dijo que habia una tercera cue... read more »If you decide to go to this place you do not go alone and go with caution. I went alone and rely on a kind of here that was with a flashlight and was showing me the caves... He told me that there was a third cave and I began to take to a place even more desolate... at one point I stopped and I decided to not move forward because I started scaring me, I told him that I wouldn't and then left another type of the bushes was waiting there... I started to return almost running and among them were talking... the type I started to follow and shouted something to me I'm back and I said "money" and I say no, I run to another place. they have an armed strategy to deceive you. I repeat do not go alone and always attentive... one in these countries are beginning to relax because they are all very kind, but there are always bad people and dangerous situations anywhere.show original
A very informal tourist site so don't expect toilets, information, ticket booths etc. Bring a light or torch of some sought. Travelfish suggests you can hire them, but not sure where from. There are t... read more »
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